If 2017 was without any doubt one of the costliest years of the last decade in NatCat terms, it was also the year during which some other significant trends emerged. Among them, the increasing exposure to cyber risks or the higher relevance of the non-material property damages resulting from terrorist attacks of, simply, because of the disruptions produced in the production chains of the globalized industry.
Simply put, while both the society and the re/insurance industry have still more to do in order to reduce the Nat Cat insurance gap, manmade property risks are developing new aspects and becoming more challenging.
IIF 2018 – PROPERTY INSURANCE – the NatCat challenge and beyond will address the above issues, also focusing on the role that the latest technologies may play in helping the industry to deal with the current and future challenges, thus better serving its customers.
Top professionals representing the most relevant re/insurance entities, digital technologies providers, claims adjusters and risks modelling experts will share their experience during the conference