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XPRIMM Property Insurance Report - FY 2016 has been launched in Munich on 26 June


The 2017 edition of the XPRIMM Property insurance report has met its first readers on the occasion of IIF 2017 - The NatCat Challenge, the event which took place on 26 June, in Munich.

Besides its regular statistical content for the full year 2016, the report also offers reviews of the CEE and CIS property insurance markets, a review of the most relevant European nat cat insurance schemes, an exclusive interview with Mark HOBAN, Chairman FLOOD Re, UK as well as a collection of articles reviewing the latest trends in the property re/insurance business for the CEE and CIS regions.

IIF2017 - "PROPERTY Insurance - The NatCat Challenge", conference co-produced by XPRIMM and NTT DATA, has focused on two major topics:
  • The most appropriate solutions to decrease the property insurance gap, considering the lessons learned from the latest European Nat Cat events
  • The role payed by the technological advance in both improving Nat Cat contracts' underwriting and streamlining claims managementwill also hold a frontline position on the event's agenda.
Top professionals representing the most relevant re/insurance entities, digital technologies providers, claims adjusters and risks modelling experts have shared their experience during the conference.


Author: Daniela GHETU on 22.06.2017




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