Global insurance programs are an essential tool for many multinational companies looking to mitigate their liability risks. Daniel Fay, head of international casualty-Asia at AXA XL addresses some common questions about global programs and highlights some of the under-appreciated benefits.
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.
As extreme weather events hit more frequently, many observers believe their impact may affect the standard of care for design professionals. This article looks at how architects and engineers can address potential climate change impacts on their projects and their liability.
Insuring one’s business from a possible pollution condition at a job site is now seen as a business essential for all types and sizes of construction and environmental contractors. This article highlights examples of a pollution condition and the types of cover available for organisations.
In this set of research papers we analyse and predict how global economic forces will shape London Market claims in the UK and Ireland. This paper looks at future claims trends against professionals, both in terms of specific sectors and also the more general directors and officers category.
Ask a meerkat or a moustachioed opera singer for a quote for a supersonic car and you would be met with bewilderment and a rapid search for the exit door. Yet it is not as unusual a question as you might think. Post’s article looks at the risks and challenges associated with supersonic cars.
This whitepaper provides information on drones, potential uses for drones in various markets and industries, as well as potential exposures and risks that the commercial use of drones may present to the insurance industry and global markets.
Liability exposure management has historically been a challenge for insurers. This report presents an approach which combines insights provided by scenarios and supply chains to quantify losses that could arise from liability events.
Featuring input from 25 senior market figures, the IUA's report sheds light on the trends impacting the London market. The report highlights evidence of companies writing more business in local offices overseen by London operations and provides analysis by class of business.
This paper attempts to unravel some of the mysteries surrounding management liability insurance by explaining what the product is designed to cover with reference to case studies and industry data. The paper also details how the product developed over time and potential developments in the future.