December 3, 2018

Insurance industry predictions 2019

Each working day between now and Christmas we will be publishing insurance industry predictions from Clyde & Co's global insurance practice.

December 7th

  • Avryl Lattin and Yvonne Lam predict that new rules will increase the regulatory burden on insurers in Australia in 2019. Read their full prediction here.
  • Dean Carrigan and Naoko Aoo predict that accountability for Australian senior executives will remain a hot topic in the upcoming year. Read their full prediction here.

December 6th

  • Vikram Sidhu predicts that insurtech M&A in the US will expand in 2019 as maturing start-ups are targeted for acquisition by established market players. Read his full prediction here.
  • Kevin Martin predicts that investors looking to Asia will start to consider alternative market entry options in 2019. Read his full prediction here.

December 5th

  • Stirling Leech predicts that new data privacy legislation in Brazil will drive demand for cyber insurance in 2019. Read his full prediction here. 

December 4th

  • Mark Sutton predicts that insurers will feel the impact of the expanding remit of #MeToo claims in the upcoming year. Read his full prediction here.

December 3rd

  • Lee Bacon predicts that 2019 will be the year in which blockchain starts to come of age in the insurance sector. Read his full prediction here.

  • Ian Stewart predicts that digital insurance broking will take off in Singapore in 2019. Read his full prediction here.