Reconciliation is a vital component of any organisation’s accounting practices and insurance companies are no different. New research reveals the reconciliation challenge facing the insurance industry and the ways insurance firms are increasingly looking to improve and automate reconciliation.
As cyber crime evolves, so must our understanding of where the vulnerabilities lie, and what tools we need to prevent attack. This article sheds light on the evolution of cyber risk and how insurers are responding by implementing innovative cyber risk modeling methods.
Impact Forecasting evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during June 2017. Topics covered: convective storms impact US insurers; seasonal rainfall leads to nearly USD2.5 billion in economic flood damage in China; major wildfires hit South Africa and Portugal.
Discover how retailers are incorporating accurate weather predictions into their demand forecasting to reduce losses, wastage and shrinkage.
Impact Forecasting evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during March 2017. Topics covered: extensive severe weather hits the United States; Cyclone Debbie impacts Australia; proclaimed ‘coastal El Niño’ affects South America.
Produced by Lloyd’s in association with the Met Office, this report analyses the links between extreme weather events occurring in separate regions of the world that can take place over a range of timescales from days to years (known as teleconnections).
This is a companion volume to Global insurance market opportunities that includes the industry's leading set of risk parameters for modelling and benchmarking underwriting risk and global profitability.
January winter weather caused USD4 billion in losses to the global economy, according to Aon's catastrophe study. This report studies the impact of El Niño influenced rainfall events and winter weather in the United States and Asia.
Impact Forecasting sent a team of seismological and engineering experts to survey the damage in Nepal following the major earthquake in April. This subsequent report provides a seismological recap and insights into the property, commercial, utility and infrastructure effects from the catastrophe.
Insurers face $1 billion payout following February U.S. winter weather losses. Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe modeling development center of Aon Benfield, continuously tracks the worldwide natural disaster perils and aggregates the insured and economic losses for each region.