Shaking up workers’ compensation

Are (re)insurers sufficiently capitalized to withstand a major earthquake in a metropolitan area…


Severe convective storms: A new peak peril?

Severe convective storms (SCS) have driven U.S. insured catastrophe losses in recent years with…


Ridgecrest: A wake-up call

Marleen Nyst and Nilesh Shome of RMS explore some of the lessons and implications from the recent…


What a difference

As the insurance industry’s Dive In Festival continues to gather momentum, EXPOSURE examines the…


Living in a world of constant catastrophes

(Re)insurance companies are waking up to the reality that we are in a riskier world and the…


The future of risk management

(Re)insuring new and emerging risks requires data and, ideally, a historical loss record upon which…


Earthquake risk – New Zealand insurance sector experiences growing pains

Speed of change around homeowners insurance is gathering pace as insurers move to differential…


When the lights went out

How poor infrastructure, grid blackouts and runaway business interruption has hampered Puerto…


IFRS 17: Under the microscope

How new accounting standards could reduce demand for reinsurance as cedants are forced to look more…


Readying the insurance industry for a “moonshot”

There is growing acceptance that trying to squeeze more efficiency out of existing systems and…


Efficiency breeds value

Insurers must harness data, technology and human capital if they are to operate more efficiently…


What one thing would help... (re)insurers get closer to the original risk?

In each edition of EXPOSURE we ask three experts for their opinion on how they would tackle a major…


The next big one?

Rather than waiting for the next elusive hard market, successful (re)insurers are focusing on…