As risk managers and investors, re/insurers must act at the crossroads of natural capital, climate change and socioeconomic development
Demand for directors’ and officers’ insurance is strong among European financial sector companies, particularly among underserved SMEs, and with new growth horizons emerging in central and south-eastern Europe, the region is an attractive one for insurers
Inflation, market modernisation and ESG require action in 2023, but they also require a longer-term view if the market is to position itself well for the future
Against a backdrop of inflation, geopolitical issues and a hardening reinsurance market, insurers will have to work hard this year to help clients navigate the challenges ahead
Agreement over the Core Data Record should reduce error rates across the bureau world and enable the London market to take a genuinely new, digital approach to trading
Together with our member insurers and government partners, we agreed an ambitious scope of works to modernise different areas of the scheme over the next five years
The technology relationship between insurers and reinsurers is still beset by inefficiencies and manual processes, which the rapid rise of reinsurtech has the potential to disrupt
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created severe and unpredictable risks to both people and businesses, with significant implications for the crisis evacuation insurance market and its clients
From inflation to climate change, global market dynamics are having an impact on property insurance in the UK and adding to the impetus for clients and brokers to begin renewal discussions early
Proposed reforms are an important step forward for the UK in adapting to its position outside of the European Union and tailoring financial services regulation to UK markets
The challenge companies face is to expand the proportion of business they trade digitally on a pathway that is both economical and scalable
In previous stages of London market reform, much has been said about aligning EC3 and making it as easy to do business with as any other insurance jurisdiction. Blueprint Two is taking real steps to ensure this alignment and centralised infrastructure is a key component of its success
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