The 2014 General Insurance Update looks to the future, focusing on the changing risk landscape and corresponding opportunities across the industry.
With competition increasing and rates softening, we look at pricing fundamentals and question whether now is the time for a pricing shake-up.
Earlier this year, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced that it would undertake a thematic risk governance review across the insurance sector. What does a good risk management framework look like?
We look at how technological evolution over the last three decades has shaped the way insurers engage with policyholders, and what the future may look like as insurers embrace the digital world.
Health and Safety
In this article, we consider the implications for directors of insurers of the Health & Safety Reform Bill.
Initial findings of a recent KPMG Global survey highlight the opportunity presented by the vast amount of personal information available to insurers. We examine the competitive advantage gained by those who embrace technology and use this data to respond to changing customer needs and demands.
The head of our Security Advisory Services practice details the five most common cyber security myths. As with Health and Safety, we believe cyber security risk should be high on Board agendas.
With input from the KPMG Global Insurance Leadership Team, we explore the opportunities and challenges posed by changing demographics and the impact of these on the insurance sector.
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