Worst-case scenario of high insurance premiums jacking up costs to buyers and thus to hungry consumers in emerging market economies now looks to have been averted
Britain’s Ofsi expected to move towards US approach – forbidding transactions with named individuals, companies and entities – rather than emulate EU blanket ban
North-Standard merger does not necessarily mean other marine mutuals will join forces any time soon, Andrew Taylor says
Cover capped at $5m per vessel due to reinsurers’ unwillingness to write public health emergency risk
Financial considerations appear most important for falling off, with consensus emerging that LOFs are more expensive than alternatives, International Group report says
War risks insurers ready to provide coverage, LMA marine head says, as Ascot launches marine cargo and war facility
Insurers waiting for the detail of standard operating procedures to be clarified before they will underwrite shipments
Future of insuring goods in transit increasingly shifting to logistic providers, offering cargo owners freedom to select shipments and to shop for price and efficiency
Ever Given insurer describes year’s major claims experience as benign, despite shelling out for boxship grounding
Marine mutual cannot be granted permanent anti-suit injunction because South American government enjoys sovereign immunity, but loss of military patrol boat will go to London arbitration
Marine mutual’s chief executive expected to take on role for three-year term in November
International re/insurance broker hires Roanoke executive director David Waller as divisional director
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