Published in the online journal Remote Sensing, the paper proposes a way to ensure that climate data users have access to quality-assured data. SCOR Cat Risk Analyst Iakovos Barmpadimos explains.
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.
A weather analysis of China’s agricultural production risk.PDF (2.78 Mo)
The growing use of economic-value-based metrics will greatly benefit longstanding reinsurers, writes Denis Kessler, Chairman and CEO of SCOR, for the CEO ForumPDF (90.96 Ko)
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.
Parametric (Re)insurance is a strategic tool for the mitigation of natural catastrophe and weather risk.
On January 1st, 2020, a new regulation, IMO 2020, will come into force to limit the amount of sulphur emitted globally by the shipping industry. Marine Underwriter Pauline des Vallières and Senior Onshore Energy Underwriter Jean-Christophe Candelon take us through the impacts of this major clean-up for shipping, refineries and the (re)insurance industry
SCOR’s Annual Conference took a deep dive into the current challenge faced by (re)insurers to grow the sphere of insured risks.