Reinventing Lloyd’s: Balancing Current Strengths And Future Vision

Carrier Management Magazine • July/August 2019 Edition

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In This Issue

Unknowns and Long Tails: What's the Next 'Ex'?

Executives of property/casualty insurance carriers have been offering reassuring statements about the trajectory of the market lately. Premium rates are keeping pace with loss costs, they say. But ...

Planck Making Strides With Disruption

Elad Tsur, co-founder and CEO of Planck, (previously known as Planck Re), has had a busy year with an eye on disruption. Planck, based in Israel with offices in New York, launched in 2016 hoping to ...

The Psychology of Employee Engagement

Five types of psychological benefits are critical to driving employee engagement, a research firm reported earlier this year, also revealing that personal identity benefits and emotional benefits are ...

About APIs

An API, or application programming interface, provides an interface between two systems that specifies how software components should interact. Cytora's API platform for underwriting provides access ...

Change Isn't New for Lloyd's

Well before the "Future at Lloyd's" project, the market began pursuing modernization, Chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown noted. For example, the market has been pushing to digitize the way risks are ...

Liability Long Tail Could Get Longer

One of the most challenging things about liability insurance is that claims on this year's policy might be made well into the future. If exposure to a chemical, product or business activity this year ...

Parametric Insurance Takes Off

Now that property and casualty insurance coverage terms for business disruption losses are gradually tightening, a singular insurance product used primarily to protect businesses against ...