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Carriers have some tough decisions to make about the way they change their approach to the risks they underwrite
The pressure on insurers to be ready and able to help clients manage the journey from a reliance on primary fossil fuel energy production to a renewable future is increasing
The shape of the new work environment, including the use of outsourcing, will continue to change as technology further transforms market practices and the nature of the re/insurance transaction
The key to understanding the benefits and limitations of models, is they are an approximation of reality, not reality itself and that the quality of data fed into them is critical to bridging that gap
The financial risks and other exposures associated with climate change have significant implications for companies’ creditworthiness and market valuations in the long term
When disasters hit, insurers need to respond quicker than they are currently minded to do. Accelerated claims settlement can significantly reduce economic loss and suffering
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