Broker facilities, new coverholders, centralised buying and consolidation of cedants have altered Italy’s facultative market, still feared in London for med-mal horror stories
While the Samarco loss has mining carriers fighting shy of LatAm liability, the boom in tech metals has opened up new property and BI options
SpaceX's launch - and partial return to Earth - of the Falcon Heavy rocket was a majestic technical achievement. Is this a game changer for the niche space insurance market?
Cyber-attacks are a persistent and growing threat, but until recently the fac market has considered itself fairly well insulated. Is this set to change, Inside FAC asks?
With surety writers having made money hand over fist in the past 10 years, Inside FAC wonders whether the class is as bomb-proof as it appears
Battery storage promises to be big news not only for renewable energy specialists, but for the power market as a whole. Inside FAC plugs into the network
Bloodstock's attractiveness as a non-correlating class continues unabated - especially as 2017 cats promise to push up rates across the board, finds Inside FAC
Political risk is not a line of business for the faint-hearted, but capacity for the class is growing, finds Inside FAC
Increased capacity, further competition, falling rates and dwindling premium income continue to characterise the current state of the offshore energy market. Inside FAC asks whether we are any closer to a reversal of fortune
Against a rapidly changing risk landscape, Inside FAC explores whether the standalone terrorism product is still fit for purpose
You don't have to be big to be a forest products player, but you do need to understand the big stuff. From sawmills to paper-making, this is a heavily engineered space, finds Inside FAC