Natural catastrophes present serious safety threats as more organisations take on international exposure. Produced by AXA XL, this article highlights why organisations require natural disaster evacuation coverage to protect their people overseas and the key characteristics of the coverage.
Recent restrictions on the movement of people and goods meant that many marine vessels were withdrawn from service and laid up in ports around the world. This article sheds light on how marine telematics can be used to keep track of insured vessels and revolutionise marine portfolio management.
As part of a monthly series, where Post and Verisk look into how the insurance industry is set to evolve by 2030, David Worsfold looks at climate change and why tackling it might once again be top of the agenda for most insurers.
Following enormous customer growth, Allianz Direct also experienced an increased number of defaulters. This case study focuses on how Allianz Direct worked with FRISS to improve its underwriting process by automatically screening applications to segment unwanted customers from desired customers.
Public and private sector clients around the world increasingly recognise the benefits of parametric insurance for mitigating weather-related risks. This article sheds light on three essential components of parametric insurance and the relevance of parametric solutions to different industry sectors.
AXA XL has extended the reach of its Angel Risk Management platform to include cyber insurance tailored to the needs of small and medium-sized businesses in Ireland. This article focuses on how brokers can make use of the platform to deliver greater value to their SME clients in Ireland.
This whitepaper focuses on the lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic and how the actuarial function at life insurance firms might best evolve for effectiveness in a post Covid-19 world.
When you can't look someone in the eye: How due diligence has adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond
In this Q&A, Heyrick Bond-Gunning, CEO of global risk consultancy S-RM, explains how the company’s due diligence process has been affected by lockdown, how they have adapted, and what this might mean for the future.
Random acts of violence involving active assailants have been increasing in frequency and severity, at least until the coronavirus pandemic. This content focuses on the impact of terrorism or an active assailant incident and how businesses can mitigate the risks of such events.
The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic has changed the risk landscape for insurance providers, whilst for many consumers Covid-19 was a stark awakening that usage-based insurance could be a smart choice. This blog highlights how Covid-19 is reshaping consumer attitudes towards new technologies.