In this issue…
In 1915 the underwriting of an airship insurance policy began what is now a 100-year-old relationship between Allianz and the aviation industry.
The latest issue of Global Risk Dialogue examines some of the significant developments that have shaped this partnership – from supporting the daring exploits of the early aviators to aiding 21 space launches last year alone.
As well as looking back, we also look to the future – identifying not only the risks that are likely to challenge the aviation industry in years to come, but also those which will impact the maritime world. The recent introduction of the largest container ships ever built demonstrates the remarkable innovation of this industry but also raises questions about whether risk management needs rethinking, as vessels increase in size.
Meanwhile, introduction of so-called “smart ships” could enhance productivity and safety in future. However, as well as presenting opportunities, such new technologies often entail risk challenges of a different nature…
Check out the featured articles below
- 100 years of aviation insurance
Significant developments and the risk challenges to come
- How aviation safety has improved
Despite recent tragic activity, the sector has made laudable long-term improvements
- Aviation risks of the future
Innovation, climate change and managing growth top the challenges ahead
- How big data will transform shipping
“Talking” ships are on their way
- Mega ship loss scenarios
More larger vessels at sea increases the likelihood of a $1bn+ industry loss