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Rising unemployment in the wake of the pandemic will have an impact on claims payouts
Courts more willing to give the words ‘indirect’ and ‘consequential’ their natural and ordinary meaning, as a recent case shows
The quality and volume of data to assess hurricane damage have improved dramatically, but to make a difference there needs to be greater cooperation between the parties on the ground
US federal appeals case provides useful backdrop for considering critical differences between litigation and arbitration in resolving reinsurance disputes
Underwriters and brokers are urging the wind energy sector to confront the physical and reputational risks of turbine fires
The key consideration for legacy firms as they move into a more active period of deal-making should be to maintain discipline on pricing and due diligence
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The International Group of P&I Clubs recognises the key responsibility it has to effectively utilise its unique claims data set to support a sustainable shipping industry
The crisis has caused M&A activity levels in the sector to plummet, but for those looking to buy, the bolt-on acquisition offers the chance to cross-sell and break into new areas
Companies that invested heavily in digitalisation before the crisis are now way ahead of the rest
The challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic underline the importance of ongoing initiatives to reform and steer the market to recovery
Lloyd's alone expects to pay out up to $4.3bn in coronavirus claims – one of the market's largest-ever payouts – with a third of those losses falling within property lines
Improvements in terrorist surveillance measures and risk modelling have been crucial in helping to mitigate the risk of terrorism
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