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JBS, the world’s biggest meat producer, has paid U$11 (£7.8m) in cybercrime ransom, making it the latest high-profile organisation to fall victim to a cyber attack..
The new Russell Corporate Working Group has been launched.
Corporates can now quantify unmodelled exposures, map these against global trade and economic patterns and provide matrices for risk-transfer partners to assess and price against writes Julian Kirkman-Page in Insurance Day.
Facing new coronavirus quarantine rules, thousands of UK holidaymakers were scrambling to leave Portugal early this week.
Carriers now require analytical tools that not only identify the critical risks, but can also monitor them in real time
As lockdown starts to relax across many countries of the world, Suki Basi, MD of Russell Group Ltd, asks what effect the pandemic has had on working life and explores the long-term ramifications.
The Colonial pipeline attack represents a watershed moment in how people think about cybercrime.
Businesses are looking to captives to move strategic risks off their balance sheet.
The aviation industry is facing a fight for its future and in doing so will have to re-think it’s future.
Over 70% of international trade involves global value chains.
Globalisation is becoming defined by flows of data and information.
COVID-19 has triggered a rise remote working but what are the long-term consequences of this?
With many organisations operating from home, how have employees and employers adjusted to this "new normal"?
In the era of COVID-19, many organisations and employees were forced to work from home, creating both new opportunities and risks.
Over the next three blogs we intend to explore how the world has rapidly transitioned to a remote working environment, the technological opportunities which this has created, and the social and psychological issues which need to be addressed.
Never has an US election been more analysed, debated and watched than the most recent one that saw Joe Biden elected President of the United State of America.
In the second part of a series on the impact of COVID-19, we look at how the pandemic has accelerated technological innovation across multiple sectors.
In the final part of our series exploring the impact of COVID-19, we look at how the transportation layer will play a key role in the distribution of a vaccine.
Airlines will resume normal operations more quickly if industry and political leaders work with rather than against, public health professionals writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
In the first of a series of blogs on the impact of COVID-19, we look at how the initial COVID-19 outbreak in China disrupted supply chains across the global economy.
Risk assessment and mitigation strategies deployed by most carriers are not designed to cope with the rapidly shifting nature of the risk environment writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day
Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance is once again back in the headlines, with growing concerns about a COVID-19 driven recession and uncertainty surrounding Brexit driving up PI premiums.
The London company market is in a strong position despite Brexit and the current COVID-19 pandemic. New data from the International Underwriting Association (IUA) shows that premium income grew by 10% in 2019.
While climate risk threatens to increase over the coming decades, it is also leading to innovation in environmental liability insurance writes Suki Bas in Insurance Day.
While the aviation industry reels from the impact of COVID-19, there are some in the sector who are planning for the future.
To remain attractive to third-party capital, the reinsurance market must regain a three-dimensional view of the risks it writes says Suki Basi in an Insurance Day article.
Recent events like Hurricane Laura or COVID-19 have highlighted the significant exposure the interconnectivity of commercial risks represent to insurers writes Suki Basi in Russell Group.
From the supply chain woes in 2018, to the grounding of the 737 MAX in 2019 and now COVID-19, it has not been the best of times for everyone involved in aviation.
COVID-19 has profoundly changed the rules of the game for D&O, just when this product offering is needed more than ever.
It's been quite the week for the Financial Professional (FinPro) classes with news that insurance carriers are preparing for a $600 million loss for claims against drug manufacturer Teva Pharmaceuticals
The solution to the issues outlined in this blog is to collect data to measure the connectivity between the economy, banks, insurers and longer investment strategies.
Credit risk has increased across all asset classes, in particular CDS of government bonds, financial and non-financial corporate bonds have increased sharply.
Just like banks, insurers are financial intermediaries as far as their life insurance business lines are concerned.
The finance sector as represented by insurance and banking has both asset and liability risk exposure in any economy, which has been considerably increased by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The great return to work is back on as governments of all hues and stripes across the world adopt different approaches to a return to relative normality. Yet, COVID-19 has been a real liability for business.
While many white-collar workers around the country are sheltering in place and working from home, food industry workers like the employees at Smithfield are deemed "essential" and must remain on the front lines.
Apple announced that it would be replacing Intel microprocessors used in Mac Computers with their own chips, signaling the end of a 15-year partnership.
COVID-19-related losses in first quarter of 2020 has resulted in the global reinsurance sector being placed under negative outlook by S&P.
The International Air Transportation Association and Airport Council International (ACI) have jointly called on governments to ensure any new safety measures introduced are not only consistent across the world but also supported by scientific evidence.
Global Growth in new renewable energy capacity fell for the first time in 20 years according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The age of social media poses a significant challenge for organisations who want to protect their reputation.
The Insurance industry must adapt to the fundamental changes taking place in the energy sector to remain relevant writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
There is an urgent need for enterprise-wide strategic analysis of the impact of perils, including pandemics, cyber and climate change, on the commercial property market writes Russell Group CEO, Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
Low demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has forced all airlines to resize their fleet and flight operations.
This Week in Marine: Maersk predicts 25% fall in container volume, Shipping Industry in the Red, French container line firm secures historic state-backed $1.14 billion loan
IAG is “burning through cash”, UK carriers predicted to lose $26.1 billion in revenue and UK Government imposes two-week quarantine on international arrivals.
Many ports are facing financial ruin, shipments are being cancelled and containers are piling up at major transportation and logistics hubs. These are just some of the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic that are sweeping across the maritime industry.
The global aviation industry warned on Tuesday this week of a severe cargo capacity shortage as airlines around the world slash jobs and suffer plunges in profits due to the coronavirus crisis.
Leading aviation experts and companies warned that the industry will take five years or more to recover to the pre-coronavirus level of demand.
Russell Group suggests five steps that would help to promote public confidence in any post-lockdown plan
The fundamental nature of supply chains will change as organisations seek to ensure their business is robust enough to survive future shocks like COVID-19.
With professional leagues all around the world suspending their activities to prevent the spread of the virus, including the Olympic Games, every part of the sporting value chain has been impacted.
Lloyd’s is rumoured to be in discussions to set up a £100 million fund to tackle COVID-19, according to industry analysts.
While the coronavirus pandemic has severely impacted every sector in the global economy, it has hit the aviation sector the hardest
While climate change and pandemic has not been considered high on risk registers for many organisations, lessons are being learnt from this pandemic. The list that follows is Russell Group’s Top 10 Learnings from COVID-19.
With April Renewals just finished, we analyse the underlying trends from a market view and across the specialty classes.
If Covid-19’s impact on health systems and economies around the globe is already quite clear, there is little we do know about its potential impact on the world’s politics afterwards.
This is the first part of a two-part blog on Coronavirus and Cyber
Many experts are worried about a potential cyberattack during the current coronavirus pandemic.
A long-term shift that is occurring because of the pandemic, is a fundamental restructuring of the economy that is underpinned by“transportation layer”.
The current COVID-19 pandemic is causing significant disruption in our lives but also is accelerating a huge amount of trends that were present in society. In this article, we will be identifying three of these trends.
Maersk has launched a $5 billion credit facility with sustainability terms and conditions attached, which is the first of its kind in the shipping industry.
The final article in our series on the rise of the "intangibles" explores how behavioural economics could help businesses to making better decisions that can improve their balance sheet.
The second article in our series on the rise of "intangibles", we explore the less talked about intangible asset: people.
The shift from the tangible to the intangible - from goods to services - is happening all across the economy. How does the world of risk and insurance adjust to this new reality?
China has held back some ships from calling at the port of the city of Wuhan City, in the Hubei province of China as part of a lockdown of cities affected by the coronavirus.
In our final blog, we explore the fallout from the opioids epidemic, which has resulted in large legal claims and shows no signs of letting up.
In our second blog on legacy claims, we examine the impact of Glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup, which is subject to a series of court cases in the United States ruling on the potential links between the chemical and cancer.
Claims from exposure to diesel fumes, particularly diesel exhaust throughout an individual’s employment, are on the rise and should be a concern for carriers covering Employers’ liability.
Boeing officially lost its title as world’s largest plane manufacturer after reporting its lowest annual orders in more than two decades.
Cybersecurity remains on the forefront of daily news highlights worldwide with several of those uncovering several notable breaches, including one of the largest known-to-date.
Global supply chains are increasingly complex and interconnected. In turn, the consequences of disruptions to them have become increasingly difficult to asses
In managing for the Christmas rush, Amazon has stumbled onto something of an old school concept: cheap warehouse space.
The festive period in the U.S. may be a bit more expensive this Christmas. That’s because the price of natural Christmas trees has been rising for some years.
In a series of blogs, we look at reasons to invest in certain sectors of the Transportation Layer. First up, we look at the aerospace industry.
Continuing with our series of blogs, looking at reasons to invest in certain sectors of the Transportation Layer, we examine the shipping industry.
Lloyd’s has launched a new multi-million-pound space insurance policy for the emerging private spaceflight industry as it seeks to capitalise on the growing space market.
Pacific Gas & Electric is under pressure to increase compensation to victims of the 2017-18 wildfires or face being taken over by State and Local Government in California.
Reputation is top of the agenda for many organisations but can it be insured?
Boeing suffered another blow in the ongoing grounding of the 737 Max as it reported a $40 million third quarter loss in 2019.
All industries face disruption from technology. This raises question marks around the scale of this disruption and the ability of risk managers and (re)insurers to manage the potential outcomes. In this new white paper, we focus on five key areas that we believe will face significant disruption:
Ahead of the FERMA Forum in November, Suki Basi speaks to FERMA News on the importance of European Risk Management.
Two of the world’s largest oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, Abqaiq and Khurais, were targets of drone strikes, which has seen Saudi Arabia’s oil output fall by half sparking a spike in US-Iranian tensions.
Russell Group attended the 2019 Monte Carlo Rendezvous this year meeting with clients, markets peers and (re)insurance thought leaders who attended the event.
Re/insurers will need better data exchange across the distribution chain to enable all parties to analyse their exposure gross and net of reinsurance with confidence writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
Over the last few months, there has been much discussion in the Casualty class about how recent “Market-Turning Events” (MTE) such as Enron are falling out of the collective memory.
Climate Change is changing drastically changing the nature of Hurricanes. The impact for (re)insurers could be severe.
The summer is upon us. For many, it will be a chance to catch some sun and enjoy a well-earned rest. Yet, for many, it will be an opportunity to catch up on some reading.
In volume IV of our series on geopolitics, we take a look at Brexit.
In the final article, in a series on geopolitics and global trade, we ask can geopolitics be quantified?
In the latest in a series of articles on geopolitics and trade, Russell explores the credit insurance perspective.
As the US-China trade war deepens, what will be the impact of the imposition of new tariffs?
In the first of our series on geopolitics and global trade, we take a deeper dive in the sophisticated financial warfare between the US and China.
What will be the effect of the geopolitical disruption on global trade?
Casualty underwriters are facing a significant challenge from the emergence of new risks that cut across traditional speciality classes writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
Russell Group CEO Suki Basi was interviewed in the Voice of America on how recent events in the Strait of Hormuz could impact global trade.
Boeing secured a 200 737-plane order from IAG, the first major order since the 737-Max groundings.
China's political leaders are concerned about what they call the "Malacca Dilemma". With tensions rising with the U.S almost on a daily basis, they should be worried.
The closure of the Strait of Hormuz could wipe $10 billion per week from global trade according to analysis by Russell Group.
Numerous large claims have caused underwriting losses at marine insurer the UK P&I Club, in a line of business practitioners agree is particularly tough at this time.
As the energy industry continues to change, insurers have to differentiate between similar risks in the up- and downstream markets.
Russell Group CEO Suki Basi will be speaking at the IUA on Tuesday 14th May.
Join on Wednesday 26th June, for a panel discussion of leading corporates and (re)insurers chaired by Russell Group CEO Suki Basi to discuss how a "Russell Score" can quantify corporate risk.
Norsk Hydro ASA, the world’s biggest aluminium producer is expected to lose more than $40 million in the weeks following last week’s ransomware attack.
Boeing suffered another blow in the ongoing grounding of the 737 Max as it reported a $40 million third quarter loss in 2019.
On the 23rd February, an Atlas Air 767 freighter aircraft crashed outside of Houston, killing three people on board. The aircraft, which is operated by Atlas Air, was leased to Amazon as part of its Prime Air franchise.
Mondelez has sued Zurich for $100 million for its refusal for non-payment for damages caused by 2017's NotPetya cyber attack.
Apple’s shares plummeted by 8% after a reduction in its financial forecasts.
Brexit is causing many a sleepless night for corporate risk managers and indeed their insurers. An area of serious concern is the impact of Brexit on supply chains. However, Suki Basi of the Russell Group says it could bring opportunity as well.
The recent O2 data outage highlights the increasing need for organisations to know their connected exposures before they impact their business.
With Boeing under scrutiny from the Federal Aviation Administration and Indonesian authorities, we take a deeper look at the Boeing 737 Max 8.
In a roundtable hosted by Russell Group in association with Reinsurance, leaders from the reinsurance industry discussed moving towards multi-class products.
What are the opportunities of Connected Risk?
Suki Basi writes in Re-Insurance about the challenges and risks posed by Connected Risk.
Recent Casualty loss events highlight the growing rise of multi-class events.
the combined effects of Climate Change, economic developments and political imperatives raise the possibility of a third route in Antarctica
Delegates gathering at the Farnborough Airshow could be forgiven for feeling bullish about the current state of the aviation industry: passenger traffic is up; fuel prices are manageable and there is soaring passenger demand from Asia.
Russell Group CEO Suki Basi spoke at Chatham House on the topic of 'Super-Cities'.
The current new ‘hype’ within the insurance industry is both big data and automation.
With the FIFA World Cup in full swing and the weather soaring in the 30s, many corporates executives can be forgiven for reaching for a soft or stronger beverage, along with a sizzling sausage or burger.
The failure of a corporate to deal with climate change could have a disproportionate effect on the company itself, its supplier and partner organisations and the entire industry.
"Connected Risk" is fast becoming a buzzy new concept, but what is it, and what does it mean in practice? Airmic News spoke to Suki Basi, MD of the Russell Group, who are leading a workshop on this subject at the annual conference.
The UK’s involvement in the EU’s GPS project, Galileo is facing an entirely different kind of inquisition – one that is fraught with geopolitical risks, consequences and opportunities.
The recent political conflicts involving the UK and Russia highlight how interconnected the world is.
Facebook’s surging success encouraged a whole new industry of Social Media giants, such as Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Instagram and WhatsApp (the latter two were acquired by Facebook). It seemed that the age was primed for the rise of the Social Media giants.
In the next of our series on the top Connected Risks in 2018, we analyse the impending GDPR regulation.
In the next of our series on the top Connected Risks in 2018, we analyse the relationship between private capital and public debt.
In a previous Russell Group article, we discussed the impact of 2017’s environmental events on major (re)insurers’ profit-loss margins. Consequently, the insurance community is now grappling with the key question of whether Climate Change is insurable.
Russell Group CEO Suki Basi writes in Airmic news on how managing supply chains is now shifting towards a focus on the impact of systemic and cataclysmic risk.
The global economy has been gambling on an era of cheap credit.
If 2016 was the year of political earthquakes, then 2017 will be the year of Mother Nature’s wrath. From Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria to the earthquakes in Mexico and Iran, climate change and natural disasters have well and truly registered 9 on the Richter scale of global consciousness about their effects on human society.
Every organisation operating in the Connected World needs to know and understand their exposures. Yet, for such a simple idea, many organisations fail to do this. This ranges from failing to accurately identify their risks in their annual report to not embedding a corporate risk culture across all departments and operations.
What does the future hold for supply chains?
Risks are becoming interwoven and interconnected, on a scale not seen before. As a result, an event may no longer just affect one class of business writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
The Brave new World of Connected Risk
Houston is the artery that keeps America’s heart pumping. Yet, the cost of Hurricane Harvey had it hit the Houston shipping canal would have been devastating.
While motor insurers are focused on the risks represented by the insured, the advent of driverless cars raise questions about the increased risk represented by manufacturers, their suppliers and service providers, writes Suki Basi in Insurance Day.
The increasing connectedness of the global economy means risks and vulnerabilities are changing. How can insurers hope to keep up with highly dynamic supply chains in a more interdependent world?
Insurance Day reports on Russell Group's exclusive Breakfast Briefing on Connected Risk held at the Old Library at Lloyd's on Tuesday 18th July
The re/insurance sectors have been warned not to repeat the mistakes of the past as the industry continues to look at its strategy to cope with the world of big data and connected risks.
In 2002, the then US Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld in a news briefing coined the phrases "known knowns" to describe things we know we know and "unknown unknowns", the things we don't know, we don't know.
This week, risk managers gathered at Birmingham for Airmic 2017 to mingle, network and debate all the pressing issues facing the profession from cyber risks to Brexit.
Suki Basi writes in Insurance Day about why using customer data can create both huge opportunities and risks.
Suki Basi took part in an Insurance Day Roundtable on the implications of Climate Change on Underwriting, Regulation, Risk Modelling and Asset Management.
What is Customer Centricity in the Connected World?
Our world is more connected than at any time in history – and business has never been so exposed to connected risk.
Last weekend’s IT glitch at British Airways affecting 1,000 flights in Heathrow and Gatwick demonstrates how vulnerable are all industries to ‘Connected Risk’.
The latest issue of Connected Risk Weekly explores why CIOs want more help in dealing with cyber threats.
Digital gurus from insurance, government, tech and counter-terrorism assessed the current cyber security landscape at the WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Forum.
The industrial-scale global cyber-attacks with 200,000 victims across 150 nations including Britain’s National Health Service and the Russian Federation’s Interior Ministry were no freak coincidence.
Creating a new Business Model for the Connected World.
The line between Machine Learning and Deep Learning is quite blurred: it is a matter of complexity in the type of toolset that is being used.
Theresa May formally announced the triggering of Article 50, signaling the UK’s departure from the European Union.
With Article 50 being triggered today, the coming two-year period will see a furious debate over whether Brexit will be a success or a failure.
Over the next years, the UK will be locked into a duel of fates with the EU as it tries to renegotiate its relationship with the bloc.
2016 was the year of unpredictability. For the laymen it was shocking but for Lloyd’s Underwriters, it was even more alarming.
The triggering of Article 50 creates a prolonged period of uncertainty for Corporate Risk Managers. Over the next two (or potentially longer) years, the renegotiation process mixes a cocktail of risks that threatens to intoxicate and destabilise normally sober corporate risk managers.
What are the social and digital forces that are operating in the connected risk framework?
Social media is a new risk driver which has fractured news distribution outlets and driven a new kind of “extreme politics”
Artificial Intelligence is not only moving into our homes but in the workplace. Its ability to hoover up data and process patterns within that data, makes the Insurance industry particularly susceptible to AI.
For many, Blockchain is another buzzword doing the rounds on business publications. Yet, what is Blockchain?
In an era where the processing power that put a man on the moon is powering the smartphone in your pocket and global movements are created on the back of hashtag, it is seductive to believe that we have never had it so good.
Suki Basi wrote in Insurance Day about how Brexit and the reconfiguration of trade credit risk will expose corporate risk managers and their insurers to significantly connected risks.
Russell Group’s latest infographic exploring the rising tide of geopolitical risks and violence in a connected world.
Russell Group’s February 2017 Newsletter examines the effects of geopolitical risk and violence for corporate risk managers and (re)insurers operating in a connected risk framework.
‘When America sneezes, Mexico catches a cold’. This phrase has been deployed countless times to describe the close relationship between the USA and Mexico
Suki Basi took part in an Insurance Day Q&A discussing the opportunities for the London Energy Market and how profitable business can be found in the market.
A recent report argues that the UK Public Sector, which stands at 5.3 million, must adapt to a rapidly changing world, with technological and demographic pressures.
Suki Basi writes in Maritime Risk International on the challenges for shipping interests in finding the right insurance.
Russell Group’s latest infographic analyses the political and credit risks in a connected world.
The maritime industry has never been short of risks. The fact is that ancient mariners thrived on risk, which they saw as an opportunity to make their fortunes.
The Aerospace & Defence industry is under pressure from price, risk and expansion according to PwC’s report A&D Insights: Programmes Under Pressure.
There are many challenges and risks facing global corporates in today’s fracturing geopolitical environment.
Russell Group’s Christmas Infographic looks at the need to implement an integrated risk management strategy to deal with risk in a connected world.
Natural Perils, is a Connected Risk driver that traverses through and across all industrial sectors.
Underwriting is threatened by a combination of geopolitical risks not seen since the 1980s.
Russell Group’s latest infographic traces the growing disconnect between corporate risk managers’ expectations and (re)insurers’ ability to deliver.
Russell Group’s November 2016 Newsletter discusses how corporate exposure is on the rise and increasingly connected by geographies and class of business.
Corporates are exposed to a network of connected risk which leaves them at risk of security breaches.
The UK Government’s new Cyber strategy will help corporate risk managers and insurers to navigate through the new digital landscape.
Building a bottom-up approach to underwriting, analytics and risk modelling that considers the multi-class nature of Nat Cat exposures.
Making sense of a continued theme from the 2016 Baden-Baden Conference: The Need for the market to innovate to grow.
Russell Group’s Latest infographic discusses how Marine Underwriters can navigate the post-Hanjin landscape.
Russell Group’s October 2016 Newsletter discusses how the (re)insurance industry must embrace technology and be innovate to remain relevant.
The (re)insurance industry is grappling to understand its risks and unknown risks, reinforced by the recent Yahoo cyber hacking.
In a Reactions interview, Suki Basi argues that underwriters may not have picked up the build-up of risk correlations within and between speciality lines.
Why the recent Hanjin collapse has forced (re)insurers to rethink their connected risk exposures.
The message from Rendez-Vous Monte Carlo 2016 was for the reinsurance industry to be innovative and embrace technology to stay relevant.
Ahead of the 2016 Monte Carlo conference, Russell Group issues a press release arguing for a Connected Risk strategy to deal with the ‘perfect storm’.
A key concern of (re)insurers in the current market is their inability to quantify the effect of a systemic casualty event on their portfolio.
A survey by Russell Group of (re)insurers in European and US casualty markets reveal that reducing premiums, increasing exposures and connected risks are main concerns in 2016.
In an Insurance Day article, Suki Basi examines the current casualty risk landscape.
The new age of extreme connectivity is making underlying exposures difficult to spot.
Political Violence is an increasing risk.
The Insurance sector needs to invest financial resources in new Speciality class models.
Drones and Internet of Things (IoT) have potential to cause problems for aviation underwriters.
Will Blockchain be a disruptive force for (Re)Insurers?
Suki Basi in an Inside Fac article, outlines the specialty class (re)insurance challenges in 2016.
Russell Group’s latest infographic explores the challenges for today’s aviation industry.
The Aviation industry needs to understand the implications of increased connectivity and dependency on IT.
Underwriters need to understand the interconnected nature of risk.
2016 is not an exciting time for Underwriters and Brokers.
To understand different aviation risk scenarios, we need to think outside the ‘Black Box’.
Drones are undermining Airport Safety Risk Management.
What are the top 10 dangerous airports in the world?
The Tianjin Explosion demonstrated the potential of major losses to surprise even experienced underwriters.
What are the Top 10 Cyber Risks to Offshore Energy?
Insurers and Airlines are becoming increasingly exposed to terror.
Better management of catastrophe exposures is needed by Marine Cargo Insurers.
Insurers’ lack of modelling capability for cyber will wreak havoc across the speciality classes.
Does Connected Risk cut across traditional vertical industrial structures?
The Internet of Things and Connected Products promise the most radical change since the Second Industrial Revolution.
Russell Group’s latest infographic explores the challenge for underwriters facing with larger high rises.
Russell Group’s latest infographic explores the different pressures on the global aviation industry.
What are the political and terrorism risks for (Re)Insurers?
What are the trends affecting Cyber underwriters?
What are the risk exposures in the Aviation Sector?
How the Internet of Things (IoT) has created new Cyber and Business Interruption exposures.
What are the infrastructure trends in Asia and beyond?
What are the emerging trends in Oil and Gas sector?
What were the consequences of Macondo?
Russell Group’s latest infographic takes a snapshot of the credit insurance sector.
Enterprise risk solutions can help overcome the absence of a workable cyber risk model.
The Offshore Energy Industry is facing a range of threats and disruptive forces creating higher exposures for underwriters (re)insuring that business.
Endurance Re has licensed ALPS Energy on a hosted basis for 3 years.
Underlying exposure management presents a growing threat to (re)insurers.
Airline incidents in the Middle East are giving insurers a headache.
There is an opportunity for (re)insurance market in MENA to use its expertise in covering old and emerging risks.
Munich Re renewed its ALPS License by 3 years covering Aerospace and Casualty Lines of Business.
How well is Insurance responding to cyber threats?
A new generation of data analytics and modelling expertise is key to managing 21st century risk in Asia.
Russell Group has signed an agreement to license and I.H.S shipping fleet data within its ALPS Marine software.
What are energy companies exposure to cyber risks?
Russell Group will licence and distribute Clarkson offshore energy data within its ALPS Energy software.
Russell Group will licence route data from OAG for 3 years.
The Internet of Things (IoT)’s expansion increases the threat from cyber-attacks.
Validus Re has licenced ALPS Energy for 3 years.
What are the lessons from Deepwater Horizon for the Marine and Energy Market?
A joined-up approach to the energy market is needed.
Russell Group asked a panel of leading figures in Energy (re)insurance market for their take on risk accumulation and lessons from Macondo.
(Re)insurers need to build a deeper knowledge of potential exposures in our connected world.
What are the political risk threats to (Re)Insurers.
QBE Re has extended its ALPS License by a further 3 years covering Aerospace, Energy and Casualty Lines of Business.
In a roundtable, Suki Basi discussed the new threat of cyber risk.
How the smart application of technology will drive down costs for the labour-intensive insurance industry.
What are the intangibles in the risks facing (re)insurance underwriters?
R+V has extended its ALPS Licence by 3 years covering Aviation and Space Lines of Business.
Seradata has licensed its SpaceTrak world satellite and launch data for Russell’s use in its ALPS management system.
The UK Border force is under threat from cyber risk.
Understanding Analytics for the Speciality Classes.
What are the latest trends in the Satellite Industry in 2015?
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