At the 2019 SCOR Annual Conference, André Chieng, CEO of AEC, used the example of the Sino-American trade war to illustrate the intricacies of interrelationships in today’s interconnected world.
The theme of SCOR's 2019 Annual Conference was "The Acceleration of Hubs, Networks and Connectivity: How to ensure the sustainability of insurability and its development". This post is by Laurent Rousseau, Deputy CEO of SCOR Global P&C, who opened the event.
The automation of vehicles is intended to create more safety, but it can also make motor insurance more expensive. In this article, automotive expert Florian David-Spickermann presents five reasons why intelligent driver assistance systems could increase future motor premiums.
In its latest publication, the CRO Forum examines how to adapt existing governance to cover Big Data tools.PDF (1.24 MB)
84% percent of global consumer goods are transported by sea. Today, shipping is not only the most widely used means of transport in the world, but also the most efficient per ton shipped – and the one that pollutes the least. That being said, given the fact that 12 billion tons of goods were transported by sea in 2018 alone, the emissions of cargo ships must be taken into consideration.PDF (2.49 MB)
Automated vehicles (AV) are keenly anticipated for the benefits they are expected to bring to society: greater safety, fewer traffic accident victims, improved access to mobility, and more efficient traffic flow resulting in reduced emissions.
This paper considers the main catastrophic fire events worldwide since 1949. The study begins by providing a full description of tunnel risk, fire hazard, aggravating factors and fire protection considerations. It then investigates loss prevention solutions including fire protection engineering, according to globally recognized standards (National Fire Protection Association – NFPA).PDF (641.99 KB)
SCOR Global P&C Technical NewsletterPDF (1.39 MB)