The Intelligent Quarterly from the publishers of The Insurance Insider

Autumn 2017

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Cliff edge

Mortgage (re)insurance

On the edge?

Matthew Neill asks whether the (re)insurance sector has reached another cliff edge with covering mortgage credit risk Continued inside

Editor's Comment

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Golden hand bell

Silence is expensive

One common characteristic of the strongest leaders is that once they know something important, they are unable to ignore itContinued inside

News analysis

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IQ profile

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Noonan NYSE

Profile

Real news

As Validus celebrated 10 years in the public markets, CEO Ed Noonan sat down with Insider Quarterly to discuss broker disintermediation, Bermuda's politics and world domination Continued inside

Country profile

The Persian paradox

Iran postmark

Bringing Iran on-risk involves negotiating a tangled web of competing political views, economic sanctions and financial regulations, writes Bernard GoyderContinued inside

Cyber

Powering ahead

Power station

The power and energy sector is set for a cyber insurance explosion, finds Laura Board, but accurately assessing the risk can still confound insureds and carriers alikeContinued inside

MGAs

Shooting stars

Shooting star

The tech-driven MGA model is here to stay, says Catrin Shi, but has the meteoric rise in formations reached its zenith?Continued inside

Trading Risk

Built-in resistance

Medellin

Can cat bonds help end poverty? Lucy Jones investigates how retro-fitting catastrophe-prone properties could spur ILS coverage in emerging nationsContinued inside

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Technology

Getting a grip on automation

Robot handshake

Claims automation will improve the customer experience, says Dr Bernard Cosgrave, but it is the combination of human and technological resources that will drive progressContinued inside

Fine art

Plundering for profit

Palmyra

Tony Baumgartner and Owen B Carragher Jr explore the murky world of funding terrorism through the looting of antiquitiesContinued inside

Technology

Go with the flow

Binary code

Ahead of the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous, Paul Latarche warns that the London market has to embrace technology if it is to remain competitiveContinued inside

Fraud

Locking down fraud

Padlocked gate

Analytics, intelligence and collaboration are the keys to tackling insurance fraud, says Dan GumprightContinued inside

Research & Supplements

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Monte Carlo 2017 Day 4

The Insurance Insider Monte Carlo 2017 Day 4

This is my 13th straight Rendez-Vous. I have become an RVS teenagerRead more


MC Day 2 2017 cover

The Insurance Insider Monte Carlo 2017 Day 2

Over the weekend, a huge bloc of Rendez-Vous-ers found that what seems very simple on paper can be fiendishly difficult in practiceRead more

MC Day 3 2017 cover

The Insurance Insider Monte Carlo 2017 Day 3

Psychologists have proven that in a negotiation it is always a good tactic to anchor your opponent's expectations with your first bidRead more


MC Day 1 2017 cover

The Insurance Insider Monte Carlo 2017 Day 1

Awards acceptance speeches are usually quite predictable. But when a Cat-5 hurricane is hurtling towards Florida, predictability is the first casualtyRead more

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