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24 March 2017
Companies should have to disclose natural disaster risks in the same way they do threats from currency movements and regulatory changes, Willis Group CEO Dominic Casserley says.
Increasingly violent and frequent weather events are affecting communities and businesses, particularly in urban areas with rising populations, he told the International Insurance Society’s annual seminar in London last week.
“These risks are material for many companies, leading to concerns about the future and less confidence to invest and create jobs,” he said.
Investors also need the information to make informed judgements. “Yet some of today’s most important risks are completely absent from their mindsets.”
Mr Casserley says the insurance industry has grown smarter about understanding, pricing and sharing expertise on risk. Better disclosure will bring improved valuations and pricing for capital.
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To partner with business units stakeholders to identify and implement BI initiatives. To support QBE Australia’s Executives formulate and drive operational strategy.
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Reporting to the head of product and partnerships, this role will manage new product development and product management functions, across insurers and product lines. The role will manage insurer relationships, ongoing product management, compliance and contractual obligations.
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Work as part of an experienced established U/W team. High profile role. NSW - Sydney.