From a political risk and trade credit standpoint, there are four main lenses through which one can view the outlook for Latin America. This article highlights the key factors investors and banks need to consider when operating in the region, including the availability of specialist insurance cover.
Recent changes in leadership in South Africa and Chile have significant implications for businesses and their insurance management programmes. Emma Radcliffe, UK project manager – Emerging Markets, and Claudia Thyme, Director Emerging Markets Development, at XL Catlin shed light on the changes.
Brazil is among the ten largest “port economies” in the world, with around one billion tons of cargo handled in 2017. This article highlights the measures driving the sector and how insurance can contribute towards the development of Brazilian ports.
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.
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.
Global economy suffers worst April severe weather losses for five years, according to Aon's catastrophe study. Impact Forecasting continuously tracks the worldwide natural disaster perils and aggregates the insured and economic losses for each region in this monthly report.
Over the past several years, Bermuda has seen a significant increase in interest from Latin American entities and ‘Multilatinas’ looking to set up a captive. The reasons for this, together with conjectures concerning the future direction of the market, are explored in this paper.
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According to climatologists, there’s a 75%-80% chance that 2014 will be an El Niño year. It’s bad news for any multinational with interests in South America, South Africa, Asia-Pacific and India. This News Analysis looks at the climatic evidence and the likely impact on local and global markets.
In this edition of Market, we look at the 2016 Olympic Games and the opportunities for brokers and syndicates to expand their business in Brazil. The edition also covers risk and opportunities in the Arctic, plus the impact of the implementation of the new Claims Transformation Programme.