In this article, Ian Rutherford, regional underwriting leader for AXA XL’s Canadian property underwriting operations shares his insights on the challenges of protecting commercial property assets in the Great White North.
To understand the importance of value engagement and the current attitude of customers, Ovum, sponsored by SAP Hybris, has undertaken independent research interviewing more than 2,500 buyers of property and auto insurance in six countries. This report provides analysis of the research results.
“Surge” is the dreaded word on their lips, and with claims already up 400% on last year there are widespread fears that 2018 could be a very bad year for subsidence underwriters. This report sheds light on the factors driving subsidence claims in the UK and how insurers can mitigate the impact.
Technology is reshaping how the construction industry operates. This article looks at how new construction tech tools offer project owners, contractors and their insurers new ways to improve job site safety, boost efficiencies and minimise project risk.
Solving complex construction risks for project owners means bringing all the expertise to the table - risk engineers, multi-line underwriting and claims. This article highlights how project owners can optimise opportunities within the construction industry.
This guide highlights the importance of charities having the right insurance cover in place when it comes to protecting their premises. Read this guide to help your clients understand the risks and costs that come with replacing damaged property.
This article highlights how new technologies and innovative approaches being introduced today in conjunction with a familiar set of tried and true best practices are proving to be effective in safeguarding a company’s physical assets.
Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions’ recent survey revealed that commercial property insurance specialists recognise the potential for data to improve business processes. This infographic illustrates attitudes and perceptions of contributory databases and data enrichment.
How more open attitudes to data enrichment and contributory databases could boost profits for commercial property insurance providers
Research conducted by LexisNexis underlines the growing understanding within the insurance sector of the value that use of data enrichment techniques and contributory databases could offer commercial property insurance providers. Download this report for analysis of the research findings.
Organisations involved in the research and development of biomedical and life sciences products or services require specialist cover. This infographic shows the importance of a tailored policy with specialist cover for property damage and business interruption to ensure that all risks are covered.