PwC is proud to present the results from our biennial survey: Insurance Banana Skins, which examines risks facing the industry, and includes insights from over 660 insurers, regulators and close observers of the industry across 54 countries. This survey has been produced with the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) and is aimed at senior executives in the insurance.
Insurance Banana Skins 2011 surveys the risks facing the insurance industry at a time of considerable market turbulence, and identifies those that appear most urgent to insurance practitioners and close observers of the insurance scene around the world.
The report, which updates previous surveys in 2008 and 2009, was conducted in March and April 2011, and is based on 490 responses from 40 countries.
The Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) is a non-profit think-tank, founded in 1993, which looks at challenges to and opportunities for the financial sector. It has a affiliate organisation in New York, the New York CSFI.