With the terrorism threat evolving in recent years, this article focuses on: how insurers can help clients to manage the changing risks; how the terrorism and political violence insurance market has adjusted; how terrorism and political violence exposures can be included in global programmes.
Within the Excess & Surplus (E&S) casualty market increasing losses in several traditional risk areas, coupled with an emergence of exposures are promising to cause disruption. This article discusses the specific challenges and disruptions ahead, and how the market can address these disruptions.
This article looks at the development of a novel parametric insurance programme for smallholder farmers in Nicaragua which helps protect over 6,000 coffee and grain farmers, and how the programme minimises basis risk in the country.
Venezuela is clearly a market with many risks, but change is coming and it will create opportunities. This article highlights some potential growth opportunities and why political risk and credit insurance are important tools in providing assurances to potential investors.
According to AXA XL’s Agricultural Insurance Survey 2018, farmers across the world are keen to see levels of coverage increase, to include full production risks, and eventually market risks too. This article highlights emerging agricultural insurance markets and the trends shaping the industry.
MarineTech is here to stay and evolve, but how do industry players do the same? In this article, AXA XL’s Anne Marie Elder looks at how new technologies are changing the marine risks that her team insure and changing the way they underwrite risk.
A new era of P&C claims management: Handling claims in an increasingly digital, analytic and flat world
The processing and payment of insurance claims is the moment of truth between property and casualty insurers and their customers. This whitepaper looks at the new technological tools and analytics capabilities available to P&C insurers which have the potential to transform their claims performance.
Widely used in Europe, cross laminated timber (CLT) is one of the newest and hottest topics and materials in American construction today. This article looks at the myths, risks and the value this product can deliver on a project.
Beginning on 1st January 2020, a new regulation approved by the International Maritime Organization requires that virtually all ships limit their sulphur emissions to less than 0.50% m/m (mass by mass). This article looks at the implications for ship owners and how they can achieve compliance.
Post, in association with WNS, held a roundtable with London market leaders, to discuss whether Lloyd’s modernisation is gaining momentum, and what the state of play is for the technology drive. Download this article for a summary of the discussion.