The presentation provided an opportunity for the Lloyd’s market to hear an update on Poland’s insurance market and Lloyd’s business in Poland. Download this report for insights into the Polish insurance market. Topics covered: insurance key themes; top Polish insurers; trends by business line.
The European Parliament elections highlighted anti-EU feelings among citizens. What will be the effect of a louder anti-EU voice? How will it affect the EU’s ability to act? And should it worry companies with interests in Eastern Europe? This article looks at the likely consequences for business.
StrategicRISK asked its readers about their attitude to reputational risk. Some 83% of respondents say that reputation is a company’s most important asset but 92% say that it’s not the biggest threat to their own business. This full report examines the issues behind this contradiction.
Lloyd's Market magazine studies the latest innovations and trends shaping the insurance industry. This issue focuses on: earthquake risks and the latest advancements; the commercial deployment of drones; the murky world of art theft; EU membership and the insurance market.
With economies recovering across Europe, the property market is beginning to show signs of movement again. But with the credit crunch still fresh in people’s memories, insurers are seeking to reassure those feeling cautious about property transactions. Download Post's article to find out more.
Looking beyond legacy systems: Are insurance companies prepared for the investment infrastructure challenges ahead?
The insurance landscape is complex and uncertain. Our research sounds a note of caution that not all insurers may be ready for challenges on the horizon.
The report reveals that the UK was subject to a period of torrential rain during the month, which killed at least four people and damaged more than 1,100 homes. Also in Europe, excessive rain prompted flooding along the Drava and Sava rivers in Slovenia, and in neighbouring Croatia.
In response to the financial crisis, a Global Insurance Statistics (GIS) project was launched as part of the OECD’s insurance market monitoring activities. The main objectives were to expand the scope of the OECD’s statistical framework for insurance and extend its global reach.
Case Study: Global Strategy. TRW is the world’s leading supplier of automotive safety products and FM Global is their partner of choice. How do they see the benefits of a global loss prevention strategy?
Volcanoes, landslides and tsunamis are three key non-modelled perils. This is an introductory guide to highlight ten important characteristics of each peril, focusing on hazard and vulnerability, which insurers should know and consider when assessing their risks.