Friday February 21, 2020

Cyber risk biggest banana skin for Irish insurers - global survey

The economy, technology, interest rates and Brexit are also among industry concerns

31st May, 2017
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The top three banana skins for Irish insurers are cyber risk, macro-economic challenges and change management, a new study reveals.

The insurance Banana Skins 2017 survey quizzed 836 insurance practitioners and industry observers in 52 countries - including Ireland - to find out where they see the greatest risks over the next two to three years.

The index, which measures the level of anxiety in the industry, was compiled by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation...

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