Global engineering insurance premiums could hit US$34.5 billion by 2027: Swiss Re

The reinsurer released its latest Sigma report on Wednesday

Although they have been stagnant in recent years, global engineering insurance premiums could hit US$34.5 billion between 2018 and 2027, according to Swiss Re.

The reinsurer released its latest Sigma report, Constructing the future: recent developments in engineering insurance, on Wednesday.

Global engineering insurance premiums reached US$21 billion last year, but Swiss Re expects an acceleration in economic activity in advanced and developing markets to stimulate construction activity, spurring a greater demand for engineering insurance.

The reinsurer also predicts that increasing digitization in the construction sector could lead to new risks to underwrite, such as cyber.

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