Strained government finances, auto safety and segmentation are just three trends that are creating opportunities for insurers, Aon Benfield will today reveal at the 13th Biennial Hazards Conference.
Bryon Ehrhart, chief strategy officer for Aon Benfield and chairman of its analytics and investment Banking divisions, will introduce the conference by discussing the emerging global trends impacting insurance markets. This is part of the 'Think Outside the Risk' theme, which aims to stimulate thinking among delegates about big picture trends.
Ehrhart will discuss the business drivers and influences that are now changing key segments of the global insurance markets. These include:
1. Auto safety
3. Low interest rates and longevity
4. Pace of technology change
6. Changing governmental roles
7. Catastrophic corporate liability
8. Strained government finances
“Insurers have so many new opportunities to grow,” Ehrhart said. “The products and services insurers can offer address the new financial risks faced by consumers.”
The Gold Coast conference started yesterday and finishes tomorrow.