South Africans are certainly not out of the woods…
As extreme weather events are increasing in severity, frequency, and unpredictability, insurers must adjust their risk methodologies accordingly. This is not just about reacting
The decision makers in the business all need to understand that combined assurance offers the unique opportunity to view the organisation from any given angle, and find out how
What would you do if your entire factory burnt down? Or if cybercriminals corrupted your IT systems beyond repair? And what if your company got sued for three times its annual turnover?
More than two-thirds of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa are at risk from strikes, riots and other types of civil unrest with a quarter of them at danger of sabotage and terrorist attacks
Automatic sprinklers and smoke-control ventilation systems are not incongruous. However, they must be designed explicitly with each other in mind when approaching a fire-safety
Mandy Barrett, of insurance brokerage and risk advisors, Aon South Africa offers some savvy advice to minimise the impact on your lifestyle, safety and assets. “If you are heading
The biggest prize went to Hardi Swart, who was crowned Financial Planner of the Year at his 3rd attempt, but he was by no means the only winner.
COVER Magazine interviewed Paul Ray, Director of RFIB Africa at the African Insurance Exchange 2019 conference held in Sun City. Paul & Tony talked about the changes in the Reinsurance