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Captives and other methods of alternative risk transfer - one day course
Fact files | 28 Mar 2017
This fact file was last updated by in-house editors in March 2017. This fact file follows on from those on Risk identification and Risk quantification; it covers the decision processes required in order to set a risk appetite and then to execute a risk transfer plan.
Fact files | 01 Aug 2016
Explores the options open to corporations that want to finance and/or transfer risk that they cannot cover using conventional insurance either at attractive terms and conditions, or at all. 
Lectures | 01 May 2011
Transferability of successful aviation risk management processes? lecture given May 2001 by Christopher Hart (Deputy Chairman NTSB).
Lectures | 01 Jan 2010
Supply chain management - transferable or business risk? Lecture delivered by Nick Tilley (UK & Ireland Engineering Manager, Chartis Insurance UK Ltd.) on 26 January 2010.
Fact files | 28 Feb 2017
This factsheet describes some of the risk categories, sources of information about risks and the techniques used to identify them. It also considers how a business can determine its appetite and tolerance for risks.
Lectures | 05 Jan 2017
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture David Flandro gives an overview of the most pertinent and current issues in the insurance and risk transfer business.
Fact files | 28 Jul 2016
Explores the growing role played by capital market players in the re/insurance industry through the development of Insurance-Linked Securitisation (ILS), under which re/insurance risks are financed by, or transferred to, not re/insurance companies, but capital market players (such as banks, asset...
Technical articles | 01 Jan 2001
Alan Punter's article, 'New solutions for the financing of risk', in Insurance Research and Practice, vol. 15:2, July 2000, gave an overview of methods of risk transfer outside the insurance industry's traditional domain. The industry has traditionally dealt with risk that is non-tradable. ...
 
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