Innovate or die... But just how to do it is the make or break question. Through her analysis the author suggests that innovation will be at its best when it comes from within.
Over the past decades, US companies who operate internationally do have access to purchase coverage for their premises and product liability for risks abroad through dedicated US brokers in the US market.
The London insurance market has long held a disproportionately influential role in the global insurance and reinsurance marketplace based on global premium volume throughput. This has recently raised questions about the longevity of its current position and its future role within the global marketplace.
“It Is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding It.” This quote from Upton Sinclair might resonate with proponents of passive investing who nd themselves faced with another argument for active management, written by a commentator whose salary is indeed paid for by active management.
One would be hard-pressed (and perhaps rather foolish) to deny the impact that the Internet of Things (IoT) will have on the world around us. From automated cars and home monitoring systems through to the management of infrastructure and the safety of underwater pipelines, IoT is already proving its ability to disrupt and transform virtually every aspect of our lives.
Investors are often drawn to social, technological, or economic trends that they think may o er lasting opportunities and the potential for investment returns. From e-commerce to big data to Chinese consumption, many durable themes have the potential to cause substantial asset repricing. In our opinion, prudent capital allocation compels asset owners to remain vigilant of such trends, given the potential for new risks and opportunities to arise over time.