I invite you to explore the latest digital edition of EXPOSURE Magazine, which also hit the streets of Monte Carlo as a print edition for those attending Les Rendez-Vous de Septembre, and will be available at RMS events over the coming months.
There is a clear mission for EXPOSURE, which is “… to provide insight and analysis to help insurance and risk professionals innovate, adapt and deliver.” And change is in the air for all businesses in the industry, whether it is developing new opportunities, getting products to market faster, being more agile and efficient, or using data-driven insight to transform decision making.
Let’s start with new opportunities. In EXPOSURE, we look at agricultural risk in China and how to navigate a fast-growing insurance sector; the role of risk modeling in strengthening resilience in cities and the potential for risk capital providers; one of the largest untapped insurance markets – U.S. flood, and how modeling can transform the casualty market.
To expand the horizon further, EXPOSURE gets behind-the-scenes of the Version 17 RMS North America Earthquake Models, to see what the model means from a pricing and exposure management perspective.
Increasing efficiency, lowering costs, and delivering growing value to customers is central to Albert Benchimol, CEO of AXIS Capital in the EXPOSURE Big Interview. And to get to a “10X” efficiency boost, a new article invites businesses to take a “moonshot”, by embracing technology and data analytics that gets closer to the risk and the customer.
Hurricane Harvey had taken hold as we went to press, and Robert Muir-Wood and Paul Wilson from RMS look at Harvey in terms of its consequences as a “Super Cat” event, as its longer-term effects become known.
EXPOSURE is a magazine that welcomes strong opinion and industry debate, and for this edition we welcomed the contribution from a wide range of voices from Aviva, Barbican, Ed, 100 Resilient Cities, PERILS AG, SCOR, Swiss Re, Tarian, Tokio Marine Kiln, XL Catlin and more. To see all the articles from this edition, and all the previous editions of EXPOSURE, visit our dedicated site.