As fraudsters become increasingly sophisticated, the insurance industry needs to respond as quickly and effectively as possible. In this webinar, an expert panel discuss how the industry is adapting to the changing fraud landscape and what can be learned from the past to inform the future.
In part one of this video, Aon’s Emma Karhan discusses climate-related exposures and how the insurance industry can prepare for the next major systemic risk. In part two, AIR UK’s Shane Latchman discusses how insurers can use natural catastrophe models to quantify climate change risk.
The pandemic has certainly reminded us all of the need to prepare for the unexpected and that not all risks can be assessed based on historical data. This blog focuses on the factors impacting the changing risk landscape and how technology infrastructure is reshaping the insurance industry.
For the insurance industry, and for all of us, Covid-19 has proven that new risks are emerging. This blog highlights why Covid-19 may have changed insurance forever and why insurers need to demonstrate now, more than ever, that they are here to protect us.
Aviva asked business leaders what major risks they believe their business is particularly exposed to. This report provides a comprehensive source of intelligence on the risks UK businesses face, their level of preparedness, and the methods they’re using to manage and mitigate those risks.
For the seventh consecutive year, AXA sought to highlight experts’ perceptions of future risks by conducting a structured survey of more than 2,700 risk experts globally. Featuring a link to the full report, this article sheds light on some of the key findings from AXA’s Future Risks Report.
A direct link between using e-cigarettes and lung injury and disease may not yet have been conclusively made, but the liability landscape never remains constant. This article highlights the latest regulatory developments and why e-cigarettes pose product liability concerns.
“Social engineering” refers to a variety of methods used to obtain access, data or money through fraud. This short article sheds light on three types of social engineering attacks which are on the rise and the risks facing businesses.
This fictitious scenario, put together by Risk and Insurance editors and industry partners, brings to life the factors that can lead to disaster.
Use of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons by non-state actors: Emerging trends and risk factors
This report explores some of the key factors driving the global threat of CBRN attacks as an act of terrorism or sabotage. The report also presents a set of extreme scenarios for each form of attack that insurers may want to consider in their exposure management and underwriting strategies.