Managing natural catastrophes in South AsiaNovember 13 2015 by Nick Ferguson
World Bank’s largest cat bond to list on Hong Kong bourse
- March 27
The US$630m bonds-swaps combo, which provides earthquake coverage to the government of Chile, will start trading on the city exchange on March 28.
Cyclone Gabrielle claims reach US$558m: ICNZ
- March 23
Hawke's Bay accounts for more than half of the total value at US$302m despite having a third of the total 40,000 claims.
Droughts in China and Australia floods push 2022 nat cat insured bill above US$100bn: Swiss Re
- March 22
Hurricane Ian, inflation and growing property exposure were also key drivers for claims last year.
Industry losses from Nanmadol revised to US$1bn: Perils
- March 20
The third estimate by the loss data specialist covers property losses sustained by Japanese non-life insurers from the typhoon last year.
Allianz Re: Agriculture Insurance in Asia: Protection gap and embracing technology
Digital transformation is at the heart of bridging protection gap and removing bottlenecks for farm cover in China and India.
AXA XL: Helping ESG move from the periphery to the mainstream
Underwriter Victoria Soo and Senior Risk Analyst Daryl Soh on how credit insurance helps finance infrastructure projects and other ESG investments.