Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on the competing interests between the private sector (re)insurers and the public sector and how the two recognize the benefits of working together for public sector risk financing.
Reconciling Corporate Culture and Government Bureaucracy: Differing approaches between the accountability and transparency required of public entities and near term profit expectations of the private sector can result in culture clashes. (Re)insurance support is a function of profit potential over time. The following factors should be considered to align the competing interests of public and private sector entities.
Private Market Driven Innovations/Solutions: The 2015 Global Insurance Forum addressed the topic “Filling the Protection Gap.” During the conference, key speakers noted the growing divide between the economic losses societies are facing and the role of the insurance industry. Many (re)insurance leaders believe the industry can play a significant role in a rapidly changing global risk landscape with pre-loss financing solutions designed to spread risk, relieve the burden on public finances and improve the resiliency of communities.