As the Future at Lloyd’s initiative scales back and individual organisations pause transformation programmes to focus on coping with the Covid crisis, what are the strategic challenges and opportunities facing the London market? View this webinar to find out more.
In this special ‘Future Edition’ of Post – in association with Verisk – we take an educated guess as to what might be happening a decade from now. To do this we pulled together six main topics: motor insurance; personal injury; property insurance; the London Market; climate change; and eco-systems.
The Insurance Network and Duck Creek Technologies conducted a survey to identify the key challenges in London market technology within individual companies as well as at a market level. This report aims to summarise the findings of the survey, whilst also providing some brief comment and analysis.
This blog highlights how geospatial data visualisation tools offer commercial property insurers the ability to plot out the direction of severe weather events, calculate exposure and communicate with policyholders to help mitigate damage from an upcoming event.
Spotlight - climate change: Aviation, carbon neutrality and the potential impact on the insurance market
Post’s climate change survey ranked aviation as the most significant industry that contributed to lowering carbon emissions during lockdown. This spotlight focuses on the link between climate change, aviation and carbon neutrality as well as the potential impact on the insurance market.
In the latest Future focus 2030 instalment, Verisk and Insurance Post look at the transformation of Lloyd’s and the London Market in the post Covid-19 era.
Produced by AXA XL, this article discusses the role mangrove forests play in safeguarding coastal areas and how insurance could cost-effectively help protect and restore these uniquely valuable ecosystems across the Caribbean region.
As the aviation sector looks to green shoots of recovery, Dzung Nguyen-Tu, Global Chief Underwriting Officer – Aviation and Space at AXA XL discusses how insurance can enable the industry to keep passengers flying.
For ships at sea, the costs of securing a new part or component can escalate rapidly. Could 3D printing help optimise the shipping industry's supply chain for spare parts? In this article, Jarek Klimczak, Marine Risk Engineer, Asia Pacific, AXA XL Risk Consulting, offers his views.
This report provides a summary of the key themes from the keynote session sponsored by Guidewire at this year’s Virtual London Market Claims event. Topics covered include: changing mindsets and skillsets; changing market dynamics; automation; enabling change; Blueprint One and the future of Lloyd’s.