Around the world, many facilities have been idled because of the current pandemic, Covid-19. Intended for facilities that have been idled for weeks or a few months and have applied basic idle plant measures, this guidance addresses three core areas facility managers should focus on.
A split is appearing in commercial property insurance between providers using digitisation and data enrichment and those yet to adopt these technologies. This report assesses commercial property insurance providers’ appetite for digitisation in general and for the use of data enrichment.
A study of commercial property insurance professionals investigated to what extent providers are embracing digitisation and data enrichment, and their reasons for doing so. This infographic provides a snapshot of the research findings.
Included in the Coronavirus Act - and in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act - is protection from eviction for commercial tenants that fail to pay their rent. This content briefly outlines the implications for commercial landlords and tenants.
It is sometimes necessary for production facilities or industrial plants to be fully or partially shut down or operate with reduced staff. This article highlights precautions businesses can take to ensure the proper level of protection in these facilities is being maintained at all times.
Property losses from catastrophes are getting worse: Data transparency and teamwork are key to reducing the risk
The increasing intensity of natural disasters and more unpredictable weather has made managing property exposures more challenging than ever. This article highlights how sophisticated technology and data analysis tools can help risk managers to proactively assess and mitigate property exposures.
Commercial property is facing hikes in premiums as insurers take a tough line on claims, whilst capacity is also reducing. Insurance Age’s article looks at the factors driving claims pressure and the steps brokers can take to weather the hardening market.
The product playbook: Guidelines for defining, planning and making the insurance products of tomorrow
Designed for property and casualty insurance leaders, this guide is intended to help P&C carriers prepare for a marketplace in which innovative, customer-focused product design and the speed at which those new products go to market – will define success for the leaders who plan accordingly today.
This guide is designed to help property and casualty insurance leaders prepare to take their first steps on a digital journey to a future defined by speed, innovation, and success. The guide studies the major forces shaping the P&C sector and the implications for how insurers need to respond.
This article focuses on the current state of the equipment breakdown insurance market and how preventative measures are helping to protect facilities’ financial health, whilst keeping equipment up and running, and high-quality products out for delivery.