Rachel Anne Carter is the Director (Cyber) for the Geneva Association. As Director (Cyber) she helps stakeholders understand cyber risks. With greater understanding, she hopes the cyber research program can assist the insurance industry to devise ways they can respond, bringing the issues of insurability to the forefront.
Rachel comes to the Geneva Association with a variety of different research, strategy, underwriting, policy, consulting, regulatory and corporate experience. She co-founded and manages the Journal of Terrorism and Cyber Insurance.
She has worked with the OCED, Pool Re, Lloyd’s, Tokio Marine Kiln, AmTrust International and was a subject matter specialist in cyber terrorism for Cambridge University Centre for Risk Studies. Her experience has predominantly been specialist and catastrophe risk (re)insurance solutions or alternatively disaster risk financing options. She has worked on natural catastrophes, terrorism risks and cyber risks. She began her career as a university academic.
She is a regular speaker at conferences globally and regularly publishes articles and research primarily on issues associated with cyber insurance and terrorism insurance.
She holds a PhD in Law (Insurance).