In this Q&A, Shobhit Rattan Gandhi, Emerging Markets Development Director at AXA XL sheds light on what buyers of international programmes need to know about Indonesia.
Political instability is likely to be a prominent feature in the global risk landscape for the foreseeable future. This article provides advice to multinational organisations on how to build resilience when operating in politically fragile countries.
This insight briefing focuses on the need for policymakers to support innovation in fintech and insurtech, while also guaranteeing consumers the same protection when using services offered through new technologies by new market entrants as they have with similar offerings by traditional insurers.
Capital requirements and regulations have been blamed for putting off new full-stack insurers from establishing in the UK – and Brexit won’t necessarily help start-ups. Download Post’s article to find out more.
Insurtech start-ups have a range of options to fund their business: from private equity to crowdfunding, from partners to business angels, from incubators to accelerators. Post’s article assesses the different options available for insurtech start-ups.
This insight briefing examines examples of protectionism against foreign (re)insurers, and looks at the problems that such actions can cause for the jurisdictions that enact them.
A lack of large natural disasters, favourable exchange rates and a number of sizeable mergers have seen many of the top 30 European insurers weather the tough environment and climb the rankings. This article sheds light on the market conditions impacting Europe’s top 30 insurers.
Download Insurance Europe's annual key facts publication, which this year includes data on the European insurance industry for 2015. Topics covered: European insurance in the world; European premiums, claims, and benefits paid; insurers’ investment portfolio; companies and employees.
Published in June 2016, this is an addendum to the European motor insurance markets report, which examines the different motor insurance markets across the European Union.
As the British public are poised to vote on Brexit, the European Commission is considering moving cross-border barriers for insurance sales, with digital innovation a potential key driver. Download Post's article to find out more.