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Reinsurance Brokers, Underwriters, Property, Casualty, Life

Analysis

NN's Jan-Hendrik Erasmus: "the key issue is how to embrace technology"

NN Group’s chief risk officer discusses with David Walker how the Dutch insurer is positioned for M&A, why Solvency II does not need to change, longevity risk hedging and today’s technology and cyber challenges

Hurricane loss estimates: clawing for credibility

Cat modellers’ loss estimates following this year’s major hurricanes were surprisingly far apart. Christopher Cundy asks if the sector is doing the right thing

Political instability and what it means for risk management

The prevailing political environment has a significant impact on how re/insurers operate, so risk managers should respond to this current period of instability and uncertainty with new approaches, says Frieder Knüpling

European insurers hold out hope on UK market access

With article 50 triggered, insurers in the UK and EEA wait with bated breath for news on what will replace passporting. Although the EU looks set to take a tough line on access to the single market for the UK, pressure is mounting on the UK government to avoid retaliation. Callum Tanner reports

The ongoing ordeal of Ogden

The change to UK's damages discount rate came as a huge surprise to many insurers. But this is far from being a one-off shock. Christopher Cundy reports

Turning liability into opportunity

There is growing evidence that exposure to phthalates has serious health impacts. Excluding phthalates from insurance contracts might be the natural response, but modelling the exposure could allow firms to see the risk as a business opportunity rather than a threat, as Praedicat chief executive Robert Reville tells Callum Tanner