Risk management challenges and new technologies

Risk management challenges and new technologies

Risk management challenges and new technologies

Risk managers are facing many risk management challenges, not least in the international programme space where there are increasing regulatory pressures and complex networks to deal with. But ultimately, the biggest challenge is the sheer amount of information available and the complexity of the risk management requirements, from multiple jurisdictions, each with their own unique compliance and regulatory challenges, to…

Tackling supply chain risks by leveraging AI and risk engineering expertise and tools

Tackling supply chain risks by leveraging AI and risk engineering expertise and tools

Tackling supply chain risks by leveraging AI and risk engineering expertise and tools

Supply chains have become much more complex and this not only means greater vulnerability, but also makes it much harder to manage the risk. But with the help of new IT capabilities, together with risk engineering expertise, organisations can be better prepared for supply chain disruptions, mitigate or prevent the effects, or even gain a competitive advantage.

Building cyber resilience

Building cyber resilience

Building cyber resilience

Cyberspace has become a dangerous source of crime and disruption. Data breaches are increasing both in terms of size and frequency, and companies need to rethink their risk strategies, especially when it comes to cybersecurity and insurance protection. Businesses can no longer simply rely on existing traditional insurance coverages such as general liability or property, and should be looking at…

Rise of the regulators – how changing regulation is impacting cost of risk

Rise of the regulators – how changing regulation is impacting cost of risk

Rise of the regulators – how changing regulation is impacting cost of risk

Changing regulation and new approaches by regulators are a challenge for risk managers, both in terms of keeping up with the evolving regulatory environment, and the impact on the cost of risk. Zurich’s global leaders of claims for property, casualty and specialty business examine the way in which regulation is changing and how it affects companies operating globally. Change is…

Zurich focuses on global A&H business with new appointment

Zurich focuses on global A&H business with new appointment

Zurich focuses on global A&H business with new appointment

Zurich Insurance Group is focusing on accident and health (A&H) business, with the appointment of a new head of A&H underwriting. Drazen Jaksic has been appointed to the role within Zurich’s commercial insurance business. He is based in London and according to Zurich, he will help drive greater consistency and growth across the globe in Zurich’s global A&H portfolio. Zurich…

How effective country risk analysis can support corporate strategy

How effective country risk analysis can support corporate strategy

How effective country risk analysis can support corporate strategy

Multinational companies often operate in highly volatile risk environments across the globe and one of their biggest challenges is to understand and manage the various risks they face across countries and regions. Hence, sourcing relevant and reliable data on country risks, analysing this data and then utilising it as part of corporate risk management and strategy-setting processes is of utmost…

Zurich North America appoints new head of group captives

Zurich North America appoints new head of group captives

Zurich North America appoints new head of group captives

Zurich has appointed Jason Meador as head of group captives in alternative markets for Zurich North America, effective 1 January 2019. He will be responsible for the operational management of Zurich’s group captives business, including member-owned, agency and fronted captives, and ensuring strong relationships with captive consultants and captives boards. He will continue to report directly to David Putz, head…

A different approach: international programmes for mid-market companies

A different approach: international programmes for mid-market companies

A different approach: international programmes for mid-market companies

More and more mid-market companies across Europe are expanding overseas in one form or another. This might be a company that has a sales office in the US, or manufacturing in China, or simply a company looking to export more. It can be a company with just one location abroad, or five or six locations, or more. It is a…

Claims Insights – from data to information to action

Claims Insights – from data to information to action

Claims Insights – from data to information to action

Data is widely available and easy to access. However, gaining useful, relevant and practical information from that data, and translating it into actions that improve the risk, is what really provides value for a company and has a positive business impact. Customers often own a lot of data but they may not see the value of analysing the information they…

US tax reform

US tax reform

US tax reform

There has been much talk about the impact of recent tax reforms in the US on the insurance sector and on global insurance programmes, with concerns over the effect on costs and structuring of programmes. There is little doubt that the reforms may necessitate some restructuring of programmes and some additional costs, but the impact for most insurers is certainly…

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