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By playing to the strengths of the subscription market and exploiting technology to deliver advanced claims payments, the Lloyd’s reinsurance market is enhancing its relationship with cedants
The cost of personal injury claims are set to rise following Court of Appeal ruling
Money is pouring into the litigation funding sector as plaintiff lawyers look to take advantage of the pandemic. But more sophisticated litigation funding is not all bad news for insurers
Appeal will bring the case to the UK’s Supreme Court
While the High Court’s judgment is highly significant, it treats the issues as primarily ones of contractual construction rather than points of law
Views from Canada and the UK on the impact of climate change on insurance claims
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Substances present in everyday consumer products could have unforeseen, damaging consequences for future generations – and for insurers
A single, central claims platform such as that envisaged by the LMA’s Gemini project will bring clarity to third-party administrator contracts, enhance service delivery and reduce claims costs
The Lloyd’s market continues to have the most efficient capital and licensing model for accessing direct, facultative and treaty reinsurance business in the region
The volume of information and data needed to maintain a sustainable cargo portfolio is brought into sharp focus when there is major market-shifting event
As London market companies start to return to their offices, it is critical management maintains regular contact with staff, listens to their concerns and acts on them
The need for London market businesses to address mental health issues in the workplace has never been more urgent
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