Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Can expropriation risks be insured?

South Africa is poised for land expropriation without compensation – but what does this mean for domestic insurers? The challenge facing insurers is that,...

Responsible investment: can we ‘do well by doing good’?

The belief that responsible investment (RI) goes hand-in-hand with lower returns has been hard to shake. In the past, investors were cautious about aligning...

Insurance fraud: how do we combat it?

We all know that it’s honest consumers that bear the brunt of insurance fraud, which costs the industry billions every year. Garth de Klerk,...

African reinsurance – cautious optimism reigns

With reinsurance premiums across the continent predicted to expand in line with or faster than GDP growth, stable and increasing reinsurance rates may be...

Reinsurance and climate change – no storm in a teacup

The recent fires in George and California have added to a long list of natural disasters affecting the world in 2018. Hurricanes, typhoons, earthquakes,...