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Insurers that can quantify and differentiate their flood exposure will be at an advantage in Asia. But, given the current pressure on catastrophe rates in the region, success will, ultimately, come down to underwriting discipline
Corporations are starting to think beyond traditional siloes when it comes to protecting their staff at home and abroad and the insurance industry should do the same
A&H and event insurers in the region must keep abreast of the political and cultural landscape and adapt their coverage accordingly
It is critical insurers become familiar with the political and security implications of changing global weather patterns
Reinsurers should have other weapons in their armoury besides standard predictive models
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