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In-depth opinion and analysis from the industry’s thought leaders.

'Regulatory changes will have a major impact on the legacy market in 2022'

Legacy providers’ operational capability, expertise and infrastructure will be among the areas regulators focus on this year

Viewpoint Legacy

'MGAs face increased regulatory scrutiny over third-party arrangements'

The risk management of third-party suppliers  and outsourcing is changing, with increased focus on due diligence and control testing 

United Kingdom Distribution

'There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about 2022'

While this is set to be another year of significant challenge, the market enters it with considerable momentum and renewed confidence

London Lloyds

'Climate change, inflation and cyber are the greatest risks for the sector in 2022'

While 2022 will be a year of increased risk, there will also be opportunities for re/insurers to develop products that can manage these exposures

Swiss Re Viewpoint

'The insurance industry must seize the opportunities of changing regulation'

Re/insurance industry regulations are set to change, bringing challenges and opportunities for the London market 

London Regulation

'Cracking the geocode is fundamental to risk pricing'

Insurers that embed geocoding into their risk assessment and rating processes will have a better and more accurate view of risk

Technology Risk Management

London’s direct and facultative market has a bright future ahead of it in 2022

Despite losses, the market has shown resilience. Here are five key issues for the sector in 2022

London Viewpoint

'Data quality is essential to sustainable underwriting'

Many of the problems insurers face in getting closer to customers and gaining better insight into the risks they face can be traced back to data that is incomplete, out of date or wrong

International Market Modernisation

'Insurers must lead from the front on climate change'

The industry must think differently about its business model if it is to evolve at the pace required to keep up with the growing climate risk

United Kingdom Climate change

'Regulatory action will drive parametric insurance growth in Africa'

Parametric solutions can play a significant role in tackling systemic risks, such as climate change and extreme weather, that affect food security

Regulation Middle East and Africa

'Flexibility is key to the future of our profession'

Our world has changed, and we  the insurance industry  must navigate this change together

Viewpoint International

'Data quality, not e-placement, is the challenge for London'

Freeing underwriters and brokers from the administrative burden of trading brings enormous benefits, but insight provided by high-quality, consistent data opens up other opportunities

Technology Market Modernisation
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