AXA XL

AXA XL, the new division of AXA Group, combines XL Group operations, AXA Corporate Solutions and AXA Art, to provide property, casualty and specialty risk insurance and risk management products and services for mid-sized companies through to multinationals, and reinsurance solutions to insurance companies globally. We partner with those who move the world forward. To learn more, visit www.axaxl.com

Spotlight on global programs

Global insurance programs are an essential tool for many multinational companies looking to mitigate their liability risks. Daniel Fay, head of international casualty-Asia at AXA XL addresses some common questions about global programs and highlights some of the under-appreciated benefits.

From grape to glass: Managing wine risk

Wine is big business. Volatile weather can pose big risks to winemakers and threaten their yield. This article explains how insurance coverage is evolving to meet the needs of today’s winegrowers and collectors, plus the steps winemakers can take to mitigate the risks associated with production.

Realising the benefits of global programs

This article focuses on the benefits of global insurance programs for multinational clients. Topics covered include: aggregating individual country risk globally; supporting more effective enterprise risk management; providing risk managers with greater control over how claims are managed.

Analysing flood events to build back better

Floods remain highly destructive and are expected to become even more frequent and intense. AXA XL has partnered with the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies to examine over 100 catastrophes. This article sheds light on the research project and the role played by re/insurance solutions.

Works of art: A shame to throw it away

What happens when a work of art gets damaged? Benedetta Brandi, Marketing & Communication Manager, AXA Art provides specific examples of works of art that have been damaged and the factors that determine whether a work of art can be restored or instead become classified as "Totaled".