13 Sep 2021
In the aftermath of the US$69m sale of a digital artwork via non-fungible token, NFTs are poised to continue shaking up the fine art space, presenting new challenges for insurers
23 Jul 2021
Organising the Olympic Games is a monumental task even in a normal environment
22 May 2021
Where do supply chains stand now, and how can insurance companies support their manufacturing clients?
16 Apr 2021
Health organisations and charities are warning of a ‘second pandemic’ evolving behind the scenes of COVID-19
5 Feb 2021
Almost half of the world's population is now using social media – but the plethora of personal data being shared on these platforms is leaving directors and officers exposed to potential fraud
4 Feb 2021
Between trade war threats, civil unrest and divergent responses to COVID-19, the global geopolitical landscape is more uncertain than ever. So how are insurers approaching political risk right now?
18 Jan 2021
SpaceX’s recent launch of NASA astronauts has ushered in a new era of space commercialisation – and insurers are rushing to figure out the best way to insure all of the risks involved
24 Jul 2020
As the insurance industry reckons with the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic, could brokers find themselves exposed to litigation?
29 May 2020
After confirmation of the Aon-Willis Towers Watson mega-merger in March, expectations for further insurance M&As are high. But how will future deals be affected by the coronavirus pandemic?
3 Apr 2020
In an effort to combat climate change, global insurers are increasingly taking a stand against coal in both their investments and underwriting policies