Beazley

Blog: Strength in numbers - the power of three

The global pandemic has altered the risk landscape, pressing the need for a rethink of the tripartite relationship between insurer, broker and customer to ensure businesses’ evolving needs are met, says Sam Franks, Beazley UK regional development manager…

Q&A: Erin Kenneally, Guidewire

Erin Kenneally, director of cyber risk analytics at Guidewire, discusses the changing face of cybercrime, how cyber insurers can improve, the case for prohibiting ransom payments and the looming threat of supply chain cyberattacks.

Modernizing data platforms - are insurers ready?

Insurance companies hold large volumes of customer data across the value chain, however the systems that contain it are usually slow and outdated. Which can be a major drawback as time when insurers need to expand their offerings with agile data…

Intelligence: Political risk and the pandemic

Covid-19 has already raised tensions between countries and a fragmented exit from the pandemic could test relations further, putting more pressure on businesses. Supply chains remain disrupted and global businesses fragmented. Post investigates what this…

Insurer test case BI claims payouts to March revealed

Data released by the Financial Conduct Authority shows that up to 3 March insurers had paid out £192m towards interim payments and £279m to settle Covid-19 related business interruption claims affected by the regulator’s test case, with Covéa leading the…

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