US/Canada/Bermuda

Analysis

Lloyd's syndicates detail extent of natcat losses

Annual accounts from Lloyd’s syndicates show a leap in combined ratios and losses following 2017’s natural catastrophes. David Walker analyses the figures

The future of terrorism risk insurance pools

Paul Walsh investigates how the terrorism pools are maintaining their relevance in the face of cyber threats and the changing nature of terrorist attacks

The long-term impacts of 2017's natural catastrophes

Following the devastation caused by hurricanes and wildfires last year, Paul Walsh asks the industry what the lessons are for insurers and risk modellers

Zurich's Alison Martin: economic risk should be higher up the agenda

Following the publication of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report, Christopher Cundy spoke with Zurich’s chief risk officer Alison Martin to discuss the findings and reflect on the implications for risk managers

Regulation no more: CROs are reborn as innovators

EY’s survey of North American chief risk officers revealed a shift in their responsibilities away from regulatory issues. Chad Runchey and David Paul discuss how they are instead coping with disruption, battling cyber threats and leading the charge on innovation

IAIS faces fresh debate on systemic risk – and clash on capital standard

The International Association of Insurance Supervisors meeting in Kuala Lumpur this week comes amid a renewed debate about systemic risk in insurers and big questions about the deadlines for developing a global capital standard. Christopher Cundy reports