Which topics have been sparking brokers’ interest?
Brokers have been looking to learn more about cyber insurance, insuring contractors’ equipment and directors & officers insurance in the first few months of the year.
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The top five most popular downloads in January and February included reports on cyber as well as a review of 2018 by Allianz’s Simon McGinn.
The most clicked on article was a quick look at the latest trends impacting the cyber insurance market, including predictions for 2019, by Axa XL.
Axa XL was also behind the second most popular report which detailed seven things you need to know about insuring contractors’ equipment.
Meanwhile, Markel and Abbey Legal’s article looked at why directors & officers insurance is important to technology companies.
In fourth place came the Allianz Risk Barometer 2019, looking at a wide range of topics including the top business risks, cyber, natural catastrophes and top risks for SMEs.
In addition, brokers clicked on a full year review of 2018 by Allianz’s Simon McGinn, who looked into various hot topics and issues that affected the industry last year including Brexit, consolidation and regulation.
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