Gently down the stream: How international insurance programmes can help manage large and evolving energy risks

Gently down the stream: How international insurance programmes can help manage large and evolving energy risks

Gently down the stream: How international insurance programmes can help manage large and evolving energy risks

From natural catastrophe to cyber, the downstream energy sector grapples with some large and evolving risks. Todd Wilhelm, regional product leader for energy, property and construction for Asia-Pacific at AXA XL, explains how these risks can be managed and transferred through international insurance programmes. What trends are you seeing in the management and transfer of downstream energy risk? While it…

Made in India: A growing market and the opportunities for international insurance

Made in India: A growing market and the opportunities for international insurance

Made in India: A growing market and the opportunities for international insurance

India is set to become the world’s second-largest economy by the year 2030 (Source: Standard Chartered – by nominal GDP). The country has a young population, a growing middle-class and a large, skilled workforce. Shobhit Ghandi, emerging markets development director at AXA XL, a division of AXA, explains why India is attractive to overseas companies and the risks and challenges…

The changing terrorism threat and how it can be managed within global programmes

The changing terrorism threat and how it can be managed within global programmes

The changing terrorism threat and how it can be managed within global programmes

Companies are acutely aware that they face terrorism risk both at home and overseas. The nature of this threat is ever changing and potential attackers have both new motives and new methods. Daniel O’Connell, head of war, terrorism, political, violence – global at AXA XL, a division of AXA, explains how insurance coverage has evolved to help clients manage this…

A market of opportunity: what buyers of international programmes need to know about Indonesia

A market of opportunity: what buyers of international programmes need to know about Indonesia

A market of opportunity: what buyers of international programmes need to know about Indonesia

Indonesia has a rapidly growing middle-class population and is rich in natural resources. As clients seek to expand into this emerging economy, Shobhit Gandhi, emerging markets development director at AXA XL, discusses the risks and opportunities for buyers of international programmes. What are some of the major opportunities and challenges for clients in Indonesia? Indonesia has the world’s fourth-largest population…

International programmes – claims handling

International programmes – claims handling

International programmes – claims handling

As companies continue to expand globally, the swift and efficient handling of insurance claims is of huge importance. International programmes require a tailored, consistent and proactive approach to the claims process. Clear and frequent communication between client, broker and insurer at the local and global level can really make the difference, as Fritz Reuter, country claims manager for Austria at…

Expect the unexpected: what will 2019 hold for risk managers with international programmes?

Expect the unexpected: what will 2019 hold for risk managers with international programmes?

Expect the unexpected: what will 2019 hold for risk managers with international programmes?

As we look ahead to 2019, Owen Williams, head of the captive centre of excellence at XL Catlin, now part of AXA XL, a division of AXA Group, considers what risk managers can expect for their international insurance programmes and captive insurance vehicles. What are the trends in the insurance market that might affect risk managers with international programmes in…

A sea change: how technology is revolutionising risk management in the marine cargo industry

A sea change: how technology is revolutionising risk management in the marine cargo industry

A sea change: how technology is revolutionising risk management in the marine cargo industry

When goods are being transported, by land, sea or air, there are physical damage risks along the way. Goods can be damaged during loading or unloading, as well as during transit and even while in storage. Madeleine Griffiths, UK and Ireland cargo underwriter* at XL Catlin, now part of AXA XL, a division of AXA, explains how cargo coverage works…

Belt and Road: how risk managers can use global programmes in a transforming region

Belt and Road: how risk managers can use global programmes in a transforming region

Belt and Road: how risk managers can use global programmes in a transforming region

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious infrastructure development strategy announced by the Chinese Government. The initiative will cover more than 70 countries and is expected to cost about $1trn. Chinese companies are believed to have secured construction contracts worth more than $340bn and the Chinese Government has invested more than $210bn so far. The sheer size of…

XL Catlin launches single policy for space insurance coverage

XL Catlin launches single policy for space insurance coverage

XL Catlin launches single policy for space insurance coverage

A new seamless space insurance coverage for satellite owners, manufacturers and launch providers has been introduced by XL Catlin. The new single policy covers all satellite and launch-vehicle physical damage exposures from pre-launch to launch activities through deployment of the spacecraft in orbit. Chris Kunstadter, global head of space insurance at XL Catlin said: “We have developed this coverage based…

How to keep ahead of evolving fine art and specie risks

How to keep ahead of evolving fine art and specie risks

How to keep ahead of evolving fine art and specie risks

Fine art and specie is a class of insurance available to clients across sectors and in countries around the world. Graham Hawkins, global chief underwriting officer of fine art and specie at XL Catlin, discusses how advances in technology are impacting some of the most prominent risks for clients and considers the benefits brought about by international insurance programmes. What…

1 2 3 4