Reinsurers expand their risk radars, but usual suspects aren't far away
The emerging risks identified by reinsurers at the annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre (RVS) event included some familiar foes and new additions, but all are being targeted with confidence. Paul Walsh reports
Reinsurers view AI as key to extracting value from unstructured data
Munich Re's CEO of reinsurance Thomas Blunck said its AI pilots are currently targeting "very simple functions"
RVS 2023: "soft" collaboration possible in insurers' net-zero efforts
Munich Re Specialty Group's Dominick Hoare explained difficulties in "hard and fast" cooperation
RVS 2023: misunderstand cyber accumulation at your peril, reinsurers told
Munich Re's Stefan Golling warned cyber market might never reach meaningful size
With a watered-down NZIA, where do insurers' climate commitments stand?
After six of the eight founding members left the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance, Joshua Geer investigates if their ambitions stand
Manulife's Asia CRO returns to Munich Re for deputy CEO role
Munich Re's nat cat claim costs double in H1
The reinsurer did post a profit of €2.4bn for the first half of this year
To its knowledge, Munich Re was the first insurer in the world to start insuring artificial intelligence risk. Iris Devriese speaks to Sarfraz Thind about how the business developed and the impact of Generative AI
Actuaries must find sweet spot of pricing for risk and societal ends
DAV actuary Frank Schiller warns pricing for social acceptance alone can lead to anti-selection bias