Corporate clients want travel insurance and travel risk management in the same place, says Chris Knight, head of corporate services at Cega.
The UK government has published regulations that will introduce a competitive regulatory and tax regime for Insurance Linked Securities.
New types of insurance could cut the costs of natural disasters for poorer countries and reduce the amount of humanitarian aid needed, according to a new report.
The $22bn (£16.9bn) in insurer payouts from first half nat cat losses is 35% lower than the ten year average of $35bn according to Impact Forecasting - Aon Benfield's catastrophe modeling team.
Lloyd’s of London has outlined plans to enhance and speed up recovery in the aftermath of a market turning event, an insurable loss so significant it results in a rapid upturn in pricing.
The Lloyd’s Market Association is to fund a satellite imagery and intelligence service that will enable improvements to claims processes and exposure management before and after a natural catastrophe.
Despite being in a major earthquake zone the take up of insurance in Japan is relatively low. David Worsfold examines why.
Natcat expert Perils has given its second loss estimate for windstorm Thomas, also known as Doris, which affected Belgium, Germany, Holland and the UK on 23 and 24 February.
Insurers may not be saving that much money by cutting back on subsidence claims handling, notes Nick Turner, professional services director at Claims Consortium Group, arguing that triage and on-site inspections can help provide a smooth service and…
Reinsurance pricing is unlikely to change its course over the next year, with soft market conditions expected to continue and further pricing declines anticipated, according to Fitch Ratings.
Zurich-owned catastrophe modeler Perils has estimated the insured property market loss from March's Cyclone Debbie is A$1.12bn.
Swiss Re's first quarter 2017 after tax profits fell 53% compared with Q1 2016 to $656m (£511m) after a $350m hit from Cyclone Debbie.
The cost of last month's powerful category four cyclone to Queensland has been estimated at around A$2bn (£1.18bn).
Swiss Re has estimated its claims burden from Cyclone Debbie in Australia at around $350m (£278m).
Global natural disaster events could impact insurers with a $2bn (£1.6bn) hit over March, according to impact forecasting from Aon Benfield.
The Winners Project aims to provide a long-term-solution to the threat of extreme weather for farmers in Africa
As Cyclone Debbie reached New Zealand, Insurance Australia Group estimated A$140m (£85m) of losses while loss adjuster Crawford is using drones to help.
The 1 April reinsurance renewals saw rate reductions range from flat to mid-single digit reductions, an improvement compared to the low double digit range seen 12 months ago, according to Willis Re.
The Insurance Council of Australia has expanded its catastrophe declaration associated with Cyclone Debbie and its aftermath beyond Queensland to northern New South Wales.
The global risk landscape is currently dominated by environmental upheavals caused by climate change. The resulting catastrophes are of concern to people in general and insurers, in particular, tasked as they are with underwriting and managing ever…
Research from AIG Singapore suggests that high-impact incidents such as extreme weather events, virus outbreaks and socio-political volatility are the top emerging risks for Asia-Pacific travellers in 2017.
Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2016 resulted in insured losses of $54bn (£43bn), an increase of 46%, according to Swiss Re's latest Sigma study.
Fracking has been given the go-ahead in Lancashire and insurers need to consider the risks associated with the technique.
Over 850 insurance claims have been received by New Zealand's insurers after flash floods in the Auckland area.