Protecting your property is the same thing as protecting your balance sheet. You need to know that steps have been taken to address risk no matter how severe the event, and that you have the capital to resume operations as quickly as possible. We have the expertise, capacity and financial strength to provide tailored property and business interruption insurance solutions. And in the event of a claim, our client-focused approach aims to help you get back in business in no time.
The expertise to understand and mitigate risk. Our world-class risk knowledge enables us to offer thought leadership and guidance as well as insurance. We also have our own proprietary risk modelling tools, like CatNet®, to better understand and mitigate manmade and natural perils.
Financial strength to offer high capacity. As part of the Swiss Re Group, we have the financial strength to offer high capacity global property and business interruption coverage, with worldwide single carrier capabilities. Just as importantly, we have the technical underwriting skills to provide innovative solutions across numerous classes of business.
Exceptional client service. Our entire operating model is built around the needs of our clients. That means you will always have a single point of contact who is highly-skilled and responsive. And in the event of a claim, you'll understand why we have a reputation for being a fair and cooperative partner in complex business interruption claims
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Total economic losses and global insured losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2016 were the highest since 2012, reversing the downtrend of the previous four years.Learn more
On 24 August 2016, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the Apennines Mountains in central Italy, devastating the small towns of Amatrice, Accumoli and Pescara del Tronto. At the time of writing, 293 lives were lost. This is the latest in a series of heavy earthquakes to hit Italy in recent years. The country is particularly exposed to earthquake risk as it is located where continental plates collide and building stock is vulnerable. Yet just over 1% of residential buildings are insured against earthquakes. How can Italy and its residents better prepare for future events?Learn more
Il 24 agosto 2016, un terremoto di magnitudo 6,2 ha colpito gli Appennini nel centro Italia devastando le cittadine di Amatrice, Accumoli e Pescara del Tronto. Il 26 ottobre, due scosse di assestamento di magnitudo 5,5 e 6,1 hanno colpito Visso, a nord di Amatrice. Il 30 ottobre, una scossa di magnitudo 6,6 ha colpito Norcia, un comune fra Amatrice e Visso. Quest’ultimo è stato il terremoto di maggiore intensità a colpire l’Italia dal 1980 ed il tremore è stato avvertito in quasi tutto il Paese. Nel complesso, ci sono state 299 vittime. Questa è stata l’ultima di una serie di terremoti disastrosi verificatisi in Italia negli ultimi anni. Il Paese è particolarmente soggetto al rischio sismico in quanto e situato in una zona in cui le placche continentali entrano in collisione ed il patrimonio edilizio è vulnerabile. Eppure, poco più dell’1% degli edifici residenziali è assicurato contro i terremoti. Come possono l’Italia ed i suoi abitanti prepararsi ad affrontare meglio gli eventi futuri?Learn more
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