Business interruption (BI) and supply chain, natural catastrophes, and fire/explosion are the principal risks that continue to occupy the attention of global companies, according to the third annual Allianz Risk Barometer
President of ACE European Group, Andrew Kendrick, set out his vision for the future of the European insurance industry as he addressed delegates in a keynote speech to The Economist Insurance Summit, held recently in London
Swiss Re has delivered a net income of US$4.4 billion for 2013, which the company says was ‘driven by sustained, high profitability in property and casualty (P&C) reinsurance and very good performances by Corporate Solutions and Admin Re’
Capital is pouring into the casualty reinsurance market from both traditional property catastrophe reinsurers looking to offset rate reductions in their own sphere, and now also from the capital markets, according to Andrew Newman, global head of casualty at Willis Re
Exceptionally high losses from weather-related catastrophes in Europe and Super Typhoon Haiyan dominated the overall picture of natural catastrophes in 2013, according to the latest information from global reinsurer Munich Re.
Control Risks, the global business risk consultancy, recently published its annual RiskMap report, a reference point for policymakers and business leaders needing to plot global trends over the coming year