Regulatory logjam might be easing – but DoJ lawsuit still looms
Increasing cyber claims force carriers into tighter terms and rate rises
Making complex issues simple
Focusing on what matters to the market, understanding the forces that are shaping the industry
Any business that decides to do away with Covid protection measures needs to have a clear document trail to explain its thought processes
Post-pandemic, life science IP litigation are likely to increase with renewed vigour, as companies attempt to ‘reclaim’ assets that may have been shared during the virus’ peak
With no readily available playbook to direct how such disputes are to be answered, the market is gravitating towards lawyers again
The pandemic has fundamentally transformed the sports and entertainment sector, but it has also presented the contingency and live event insurance market with new opportunities
London market MGA's chief executive discusses the company's new Lloyd’s syndicate, the challenges of writing cyber risk and its $2bn premium target
The wide-ranging nature of cyber security risks means companies and their brokers must review those exposures in tandem with related risks to ensure there are no gaps in cover
Developments in the cyber, regulatory and environmental liability areas are set to be among the most significant drivers of D&O claims for businesses and their insurers
Companies consider the possibility that ransomware payments might be tax deductible as increase in frequency and size of claims puts pressure on carriers to withdraw from market
Innovative technology firms are driving health insurance inclusion and impact at scale in Africa and providing solutions to the cash flow problems faced by healthcare providers on the continent
A partnership based on collaboration and trust between policy holders, insurance carriers and insurtechs have never been more important
The pandemic has shown local insurers that the role of insurtechs is not to take away business but to help them stay close to clients by facilitating access to new distribution channels
Incumbents are under pressure to grow their partnerships with insurtechs to scale at an acceptable loss ratio in order to recover their investment in a shorter timeframe than previously envisaged
In an exclusive interview with Lloyd’s List, Suez Canal Authority chairman, Osama Rabie, describes the circumstances that led to Ever Given becoming jammed across the canal in high winds on March 23, halting traffic in both directions and disrupting global trade
Changes to LMAA terms are welcome and ensure they remain current and reflect best practice
The scope and complexity of the losses and liabilities arising from the blocking of the Suez Canal by Ever Given will affect insurance markets and insureds globally for years to come
Marine insurers can expect to suffer long-term pain from the grounding of the Ever Given
Deeper insight into market trendsInsurance Day’s regular sections, providing clarity on market trends and insight into their implications
All set! This article has been sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All fields are required. For multiple recipients, separate email addresses with a semicolon.
Please Note: Only individuals with an active subscription will be able to access the full article. All other readers will be directed to the abstract and would need to subscribe.