SCOR’s Annual Conference took a deep dive into the current challenge faced by (re) insurers to grow the sphere of insured risks.
By 2030, global demand for fresh water could outstrip supply by more than 40% if no changes are made to how we manage water. Junaid Seria, Head of Cat Model R&D and Governance, takes us through Cape Town’s “Day Zero” scenario and the lessons for at-risk Cities around the world.
The overall objective of the Global Earthquake Forecast System is to provide a reliable, rigorously tested platform to issue earthquake predictions within the few days or weeks before a large event strikes a vulnerable area.PDF (3.62 Mo)
La filière bois construction est en plein développement. De plus en plus d’immeubles de grande hauteur sont bâtis avec ce ce matériau. En tant qu’assureur, il est essentiel de vérifier la fiabilité des techniques et la qualité des matériaux, et de veiller à la prévention des aléas susceptibles d’être rencontrés lors de la construction.PDF (4.27 Mo)
Speaking at the SCOR Annual Conference 2018, Joan Lamm-Tennant, CEO and Founder of startup Blue Marble Microinsurance, launched in 2015, talks about the company’s mission to bring insurance solutions to the poor.
Sanlam Group at the SCOR Annual Conference 2018: Working towards Sustainable Insurance with the United Nations
Speaking at the SCOR Annual Conference 2018, Ian Kirk, Group Chief Executive Officer of Sanlam, explains why and how his group decided to embed Environmental, Social and corporate Governance (ESG) considerations into its strategy, inspired by the United Nations Principles for Sustainable Insurance.
Denis Kessler, CEO, SCOR - @SCOR Annual Conference 2018PDF (1.16 Mo)
SCOR Annual Conference 2018 - Combining science and technology to enhance insurability and spur innovation
The two-day SCOR Annual Conference 2018 brought together clients and partners from all over the world to discuss and highlight key topics that are building and changing our industry.