The Intelligent Quarterly from the publishers of The Insurance Insider

Spring 2018

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Reflecting on claims

Cumbersome processes and settlement delays are reflecting badly on Lloyd's reputation for paying claims, as well impacting coverholders' standing in their domestic markets, says Sarah NewmanRead more


White heat

London is a crucible for innovation, writes Toby Esser, and now is the time to forge new business opportunities by exploring InsurTechRead more


Trouble in paradise

In the wake of the Paradise Papers revelations and the introduction of the UK Criminal Finances Act, Mark Sutton and Karen Boto explore the insurance implications of expanding regulationsRead more


Four years of good luck

Normalised return on equity has been significantly below the cost of capital since 2013, so while reinsurers have benefited from good luck, they've also been destroying value, says Keith WolfeRead more


Rapid relief

The facultative market is likely to take a hefty hit as a result of Q3 cat losses, but hardening rates and tightening T&Cs could make renewals less of a headache for D&F writers, finds Marcus AlcockRead more


Every cloud…

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria are one of the biggest tests the alternative reinsurance sector has faced since it came of age, but the market has quickly rebounded, finds Fiona RobertsonRead more


Poles apart

Why were modelled estimates of industry losses from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria so diverse, asks Lucy JonesRead more


History repeating

Third quarter catastrophe losses have sharpened the focus on a broken National Flood Insurance Program, writes Ted BunkerRead more


Built-in resistance

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


Shooting stars

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


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