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Our workshop was designed to help you better understand how to secure best value from a changing insurance market and to provide greater insight into the latest Risk Management, In...
Declines mark the ninth consecutive quarter of decreases, but there were exceptions in specialized lines.
Decreases in insurance rates were seen across regions and in most major lines of business, with cyber insurance a notable exception.
The Marsh Global Insurance Index
showed rate decreases for the fourth
quarter of 2014 compared to the fourth quarter of 2013.
Read Marsh’s insights into business interruption insurance efficacy and the five core areas that cause concern for organisations worldwide.
In general, competition among insurers and ample capacity helped drive down insurance market rates across EMEA in 2014.
Marsh’s 2015 Political Risk Map includes overall risk scores for 185 countries based on three categories: political risk, macroeconomic risk, and operational risk.
The Marsh Global Insurance Index reflected a sixth consecutive quarter of rate decreases, but the slide in rates has accelerated since the beginning of 2014.
Read Marsh’s latest EMEA trade credit market update for news on premium rates, cover availability, and claims frequency.
An overview of the key power generation technologies, and a description of some of the loss experiences that have affected the power industry in recent years.
Strong capacity led to the fifth quarter of falling insurance rates as the Marsh Global Index dropped below second-quarter 2012 levels.
Though the economic outlook for the region is improving, insolvency is expected to rise in some countries.
This Marsh research paper looks at how energy firms are being disproportionately targeted by increasingly sophisticated hacker networks.
Our new MRMR looks at the Middle East's success in the energy industry, both identifying key trends and the risk quality of Middle Eastern facilities.
If your company has political risk exposures in either country, you may experience premium rate increases at renewals or difficulties procuring coverage.
In this paper, we compare and contrast claims data from the catastrophic earthquakes that took place in Chile, New Zealand and Japan during 2010 and 2011.
With abundant capacity and fierce competition among insurers favourable conditions continue to prevail for EMEA buyers of insurance.
Drawing upon the many large losses Bowring Marsh has helped manage, this report provides insight into the causes of large losses in the global power industry.
In the Global Insurance Market Quarterly Briefing for the second quarter of 2013, we look at how insurance rates have declined in most regions, while the US has seen a moderate ris...
This report evaluates the changing risk landscape for companies involved in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons from reserves previously untapped.
The insurance market across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) is expected to remain broadly stable in 2013 despite the losses that impacted the market globally in 2012.