Regulations to be laid before parliament before summer recess
Specialty risks sit at the heart of the Lloyd’s and London markets, and the market’s capability to innovate to continue to meet more specialised risk transfer needs will determine its long-term sustainability
Global reinsurance margins are under pressure but demand for the product remains stable. Reinsurers are facing an increasing need to differentiate their value proposition as they seek to retain core clients and maintain market relevance
Insurers are looking to new markets and classes of insurance as they strive to maintain growth against the headwinds of soft market conditions in established markets
Carnegie-Brown has a difficult balancing act
Risk managers expressed concerns that the model is not in their interest
Lloyd’s and London market insurers will be deploying a number of strategies to ensure disruption to trade with the European Union is minimised post-Brexit, against a backdrop of huge uncertainty over future access to the EU market
Cyber is the fastest growing class of business in the London market, but underlying cyber risks impact all classes. The market faces the dual challenge of seizing the growth opportunities presented while also effectively managing its exposures
Innovation is critical to the future growth of re/insurers across all key markets, amid an evolving risk landscape which requires the development of new products and risk solutions
Innovation in the London market
Innovation is one of the London market's buzzwords but while everyone talks about product innovation, many feel the market needs to try harder. Insurance Day examines the extent to which innovation is talking place and what is holding it back
Risk managers are calling on the insurance industry to thinking more holistically about the products offered, but are insurers and brokers listening?
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