NotPetya paralyzed businesses and put cyber on the map as an emerging catastrophe risk.
What’s stopping the development of a cyber ILS market?
Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea was one of several major volcanic eruptions in 2018. Though insured losses from these events were low, insurers are creating new ways to assess and address volcano risk, including the development of parametric products and an exposure-based probabilistic volcano model.
Asset managers have begun de-risking their portfolios in response to forecasts of a recession in 2020 or 2021.
From the Editor’s Desk: A California wildfire was last year’s biggest insured catastrophe loss. While hurricanes are a perennial threat, how long before a cyberattack tops the list?
Stephen Catlin has teamed with Paul Brand to launch Convex Group, the “largest ever” insurance startup with $1.8 billion in initial capital.
The life insurance industry is targeting those with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, searching for growth in an underserved market.
Private flood insurance writers, policies grow in Florida.
A travel insurance aggregator awarded a Georgia teacher with $10,000 for reading the fine print in her insurance contract.
Companies of all sizes benefit from affirmative cyber insurance policies.
DataOps is the latest agile process-oriented methodology used by insurers to improve data quality and reduce data analytics cycle time.
Five best practices insurers can use to make better settlement decisions.
Also: Nationwide’s Rasmussen to retire, Maryland commissioner confirmed for another term, and a new head of reinsurance for Tokio Marine Kiln.
Hartford Financial is bringing back its iconic stag and MassMutual is recognizing the dedication of hockey moms in a new campaign with the National Hockey League.
AMBestTV reports on topics explored at the Risk and Insurance Management Society’s conference in Boston and Philly I-Day 2019 in Philadelphia. Also, AMBestRadio presents discussions on customer interaction via chatbots and how the data from connected devices can benefit insurers.
An AM Best webinar reviews the state of the U.S. medical professional liability insurance sector. Also, insurance and technology experts discuss the value of participating in a contributory database.
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