Insure TV News | Media & Entertainment
In this update: business interruption payouts surpass a billion pounds, UK businesses urge Boris Johnson to show leadership in the face of climate change, and Dive-In returns for its sixth year.
Insure TV News | Hurricane IDA
In this update: the reinsurance outlook shifts to stable, insured losses from hurricane IDA to climb as high as $35bn and Swiss Re expects climate change to drive premium growth.
Simon Waller, Executive Chair at JBA Risk Management, explains changes in the insurance industry to help manage flood risk and how global warming plays a part in increasing the risk. JBA Risk Management is a leading provider of flood risk data that uses pioneering science to stay at the forefront of flood modelling innovation.
Climate Masterclass Series | July 2021
How can climate change science be incorporated into decision making? In this AXA AL Masterclass takeover, a panel of experts discuss the influence of science on underwriting and their key takeaways. On the panel are: Cat Pigott, Head of Science & Natural Perils, AXA XL Risk Management Ioana Dima-West, Senior Manager – Science, AXA XL Science & Natural Perils James Plaistowe, Head of US Property, London Reinsurance, AXA XL Madeleine-Sophie Deroche, Head of Natural Perils R&D and Model Governance, AXA Group Risk Management Learning outcomes: Why the science of climate change is important to the insurance and reinsurance markets How insurers can incorporate science into risk management The importance of the regulatory environment in the context of climate change
Insure TV News | Surge in cyber-attack claims
As claims from cyber-attacks surge, Zurich zeros in on climate risk and insurers react to the rise of digital eco systems.
Environmental Risk Masterclass | March 2020
The experts on this environmental risk focused panel discuss what actual impression regulation has left on the industry so far, and how leaving the EU may change things going forward. We also look at the growing influence climate change is forcing upon all areas of insurance. Joining us for this Masterclass is: Dan Alexander-Lothian, Environmental Underwriting Manager UK & Ireland, AXA XL Aidan Thomson, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Kelly Coombes, Environmental Risk Specialist, EDIA Ltd Tim Champney, Managing Director, Future Climate Info
Insurance Asset Management Roundtable | ESG
Our expert panel of asset owners and asset managers join Mark Colegate to talk about how major themes like ESG are shaping their industries, how important it is that communication improves across the board and their hopes for the future of the field. Featuring on this roundtable discussion is: Bruce Porteous, Investment Director, Insurance Specialist, Aberdeen Standard Investments Ashish Dafria, Chief Investment Officer, Aviva UK Life Michael Lewis, Head of Sustainable Finance Research, DWS Ian Coulman, Chief Investment Officer, Pool Re
Environmental Masterclass | December 2019
In this environmental Masterclass, our panelists explain why environmental risk is such an important issue in the insurance sector, how proactive the legislation in the industry is and whether we're likely to see an increase in funding anytime soon. Joining us on this panel, we have: Jessie Francois, Senior Underwriter, Environmental UK, AIG Toby Arnold. Senior Underwriter, Environmental, Aspen Insurance Simon White, Director and Senior Consultant, Street Farm Consultancy
1969 – 2069: From Apollo to AI
It’s been 50 years since the moon landing and a lot has happened, so what’s in store for the next 50 years? Experts from the industry discuss the development of the economy since 1969 both worldwide and closer to home, how the moon landing led to an expansion of new technologies and speculate on what the next 50 years could bring.
Richard Buxton, Merian Global Investors | Moon Landing marked the beginning of bear market
The 1960s had been kind to equity investors with a basket of growth stocks, the so-called Nifty-Fifty, seemingly unstoppable. But then inflation kicked in over the following decade and market leadership changed. Richard Buxton looks at the lessons to be learned half a century on, when a small number of growth stocks are in favour, and no one appears to be worried about inflation.
Jim Leaviss, M&G | Was the Apollo 11 mission worth it?
As part of our special feature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing: Jim Leaviss, M&G Investments, looks at the state of the economy when Armstrong stepped on the moon and whether the mission was worth it economically. What event, if any, could have a similar impact today?
Simon French, Panmure Gordon | How economies have changed since 1969
As part of our special feature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing: Simon French, Panmure Gordon & Co, talks about how the world’s economy has changed since 1969, the role of the Public Sector, and what challenges the future may hold.