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Short Term Insurance in South Africa 2016/17

Short Term Insurance in South Africa 2016/17

It's our belief that each and every new piece of crucial risk information places business leaders and risk managers in a better position to mitigate risks in an informed way. As sponsor of the first run of a new book solely focused on South Africa's short term insurance sector, Aon is pleased to provide clients, business leaders, students, insurance professionals, writers, marketers and advisors a free downloadable copy of the condensed book, 'Short Term Insurance in South Africa 2016/17'.

Co-authors Liz Still and Gareth Stokes went on a months-long journey into the world of insurance, insurance companies, insurance brokers and policyholders to produce a compelling read that tracks market share among short term insurers; demystifies competition in the short term insurance broker space; and lays bare the very fundamentals of insurance, risk and the broader insurance industry. The final version of the book – which was launched at the 2016 Insurance Conference at Sun City – is a culmination of many hours of research. As a risk manager or insurance client, the book provides valuable insight into the market, products and solutions, business case and types of insurance cover available for every need.

EMEA Health Survey

EMEA Health Survey

In the first quarter of 2016. Aon carried out its Health Benefits Survey. They survey aims to identify health trends within EMEA, and highlight where practices differ across countries, regions and EMEA as a whole.

The findings paint a fascinating picture of current health practice across the region, pinpointing areas for improvement and making recommendations that will increase health benefit take-up, improve measurement of the impact of health – and any initiatives – and maximise the return on any investment firms make in their employees' health.

Aon Airline Insurance Market Outlook 2016

Aon Airline Insurance Market Outlook 2016

Claims higher than income for the third year in a row in airline insurance market

After a string of major claims in 2014, the price of airline insurance rose. The amount of capacity available in the market meant that this was not sustainable however and prices began to fall again in 2015.

The report, offers insight on the most pressing thematic issues of the day: loss causation, cyber threats and the risk drones pose to the aviation industry.

Legal Risk Management Case Study - Feb 2016

Legal Risk Management Case Study - Feb 2016

In our increasingly hyper-connected world, seemingly unrelated events can have a profound impact on your business. This can make the mitigation and management of your risk and liability challenging, but with the guidance and experience of a professional broker, you can ensure all your bases are properly covered. As part of our continued efforts to keep you informed and protected in your business dealings, here's the first edition of our 2016 Legal Risk Management (LRMS) newsletter for the built environment.

2015 Annual Global Climate and Catastrophe Report

2015 Annual Global Climate and Catastrophe Report

Global natural disasters in 2015 combined to cause economic losses of USD123 billion, an amount 30 percent below the 15-year average of USD175 billion. However, the losses were just eight percent lower on a median basis (USD134 billion). The economic losses were attributed to 300 separate events, compared to an average of 269. The disasters caused insured losses of USD35 billion, or 31 percent below the 15-year mean of USD51 billion and 14 percent lower than the median (USD40 billion). It comprised the lowest total since 2009. This was the fourth consecutive year with declining catastrophe losses since the record-setting year in 2011. Notable events during the year included winter storms in the United States; extensive flooding in parts of India, the US, UK, and China; a major earthquake in Nepal; record-setting tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean; European windstorms; and massive forest fires in Indonesia. The top three perils, flooding, severe thunderstorm, and wildfire, combined for 59 percent of all economic losses in 2015. Despite 32 percent of catastrophe losses occurring inside of the United States, it still accounted for 60 percent of global insured losses. This speaks to a higher rate of insurance penetration in the country.

Retail Industry Report 2015

2015 Retail and Wholesale Industry Report

The retail and wholesale industry in South Africa has grown from around R106bn in 2011 to a projected R122bn by 2015, despite a tough economic climate. The stakes are however very high with operating efficiencies bearing the brunt of increased scrutiny. Operating in an omni-channel environment means that innovation is the name of the game. The ability to access accurate and timely information in addition to proactively addressing risk at every level of the organisation is critical.

Kariba Dam Report

Kariba Dam Report

Aon is committed to offering innovative risk solutions to the challenges that the power industry faces around the world and each new piece of crucial risk information presented, places business leaders and risk managers in a better position to mitigate risks in an informed way.

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