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We deliver continuity for businesses facing the most complex and demanding risks, in turn promoting prosperity around the world.

Ditch the Back Office

Insurers are in the midst of a well-chronicled and widely understood period of challenge; a time of woes for CEOs. Our response has been to embrace a reinvigorated focus on operational overhaul and upgrade, which is overdue and imperative...

Human Fallibility and the Catastrophe Problem

Imagine a pilot flying a plane full of passengers across a sea. Though his job still requires a wealth of knowledge and experience, things have undoubtedly got more efficient since 1912, as the autopilot – a collection of several different functions controlling...

TOM priorities for 2016 agreed - Reactions

The steering board for the London market’s Target Operating Model (TOM) modernisation has agreed three initiatives as 2016 priorities. The blueprint for the Target Operating Model (TOM) project will be ready by June, the London Market Group (LMG) has stated...

Systemic Risk of Modelling in Insurance

In his book The Butterfly Defect, Professor Ian Goldin observes that “Systemic risk cannot be removed because it is endemic to globalisation. It is a process to be managed, and not a problem to be solved.” It is primarily for this reason that Amlin and the Oxford Martin School (OMS) have worked with industry experts to develop a practical and applied method to consider ways of encouraging the quantification, monitoring, reporting and management of the systemic risk of modelling...

Ditch the Back Office

Insurers are in the midst of a well-chronicled and widely understood period of challenge; a time of woes for CEOs. Our response has been to embrace a reinvigorated focus on operational overhaul and upgrade, which is overdue and imperative. But we need to do more than just improve our efficiency...