EP 028 | The Future State of the Insurance and Reinsurance Markets

Nothing is ever as simple as it seems – We discuss the future state of the insurance and reinsurance market and how Covid-19 is currently impacting the industry. We unpack how pandemics will be underwritten in the future, how effective risk management programmes will impact premiums, the role of technology going forward and financial innovation that will change the market dynamics.

meet our guest

David Flandro

David Flandro - Managing Director: Analytics, HyperionX

David Flandro is Managing Director, Analytics, Hyperion X. In this capacity, he leads Hyperion’s Actuarial, Catastrophe Modelling, Advisory, Business Intelligence, and Research teams. David has held multiple positions in the sector including Global Head of Analytics, JLT Re and Global Head of Business Intelligence, Guy Carpenter. He began his broking career as a member of the Industry Analysis & Research team at Benfield. Before that, he was an equity analyst at Merrill Lynch, covering European insurance. David is frequently involved in major pitches, client relationships, and complex transactions. He has been a regular presenter at various industry forums, and he has been frequently published on several topics in the insurance and reinsurance business. David holds an MBA in financial engineering from MIT.

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Hyperion X uses data and technology to support the digital transformation of Hyperion’s businesses. It consists of three main areas: Hyperion X Analytics, which provides catastrophe modelling, trends, insights and tools to clients; Know How, a data-driven consultancy service; and Digital Marketplace, a digital development resource with insurance expertise dedicated to enhancing the digital experience by connecting buyers and sellers quickly, easily and simply. Hyperion X also provides a natural home for Hyperion’s third-party technology joint-ventures and investments.

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