Constant change is one of the reasons why technology firms are a big part of AXA XL’s inland marine insurance client base in the Western US. This article highlights why technology firms need inland marine insurance and the other sectors seeking inland marine coverage.
If property assets can move, structures can be built, or unique valuation needs exist, it’s likely that someone is relying on inland marine insurance. Ken Mueller, AXA XL’s Southeast Regional Director of Marine highlights the growth opportunities within the market and AXA XL’s underwriting appetite.
In this article, Shobhit Gandhi, Emerging Markets Development Director at AXA XL, sheds light on: why overseas companies are keen to invest in India, how India’s economy is changing; the risks facing companies operating in India; how multinational companies can add risks to their global programmes.
In this article, Simon Harwood-Matthews, Senior Underwriter, International Casualty – Environmental at AXA XL sheds light on how the market for environmental liability insurance has changed, how the risks faced by clients have evolved and AXA XL’s outlook for environmental business in the UK.
For commercial property owners, getting “smarter” means more than integrating sophisticated technology into their buildings. There are also changing market dynamics to assimilate into their business models and evolving risks to understand and manage.
Watch this webinar to learn from the leading specialists in the Chinese tech industry and find out why you should visit China now. The webinar highlights what you will find there and how a visit to China will inform and accelerate your innovation strategy.
With China rapidly positioning itself as a global tech leader it’s no surprise to see overseas insurers further investing into joint ventures. This report focuses on the various insurance opportunities available in China and the key players driving innovation within the market.
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.