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MGAA's Manchester: 'Don't throw the MGA out with the bathwater'

The remediation measures imposed by Lloyd’s will put some good MGAs out of business, according to Charles Manchester, the chairman of the Managing General Agents’ Association
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Lancashire grows Lloyd's book by 24%

Lloyd's growth driven by new aviation and energy classes
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Everest Re grows Lloyd’s premiums by 30%

Lloyd’s ‘increasingly relevant’ to broader insurance portfolio, company says

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Underwriters and MGAs must work together in the interest of customers

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Choosing the right partner can make all the difference for an MGA
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The flexibility of the MGA model is the key to its survival
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Flooding is worst on record to impact Australian city
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MS Amlin posts 9M net loss of £65m

But London market carrier expects £180m hit from Q4 cat losses 
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Loss adjusters face crocodiles as Townsville clean-up begins

Contaminated water, dangerous reptiles, heat and humidity are among the challenges facing loss adjusters as they begin assessing flood damage in the city of Townsville, Northern Queensland

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Legal Focus: W&I insurers take an interest in SPA notification provisions

Insurers should give greater consideration to the strength of warranty and indemnity clauses in share purchase agreements 
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Legal Focus: Claims control and cooperation clauses in Latin America

The legality of these clauses varies across the region and their validity is often challenged
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Legal Focus: Belgium proposes post-Brexit bill to woo UK MGAs

New rules on the activities and supervision of UK insurance intermediaries that act as underwriters announced
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Mid-tier brokers battle to escape the killing zone

London’s medium-sized players are transforming in order to survive

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Global brokers plot evolution of facilities

Facilities are here to stay, and the major brokers are investing in technology to expand their use

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'It may sound like heresy, but the old broker model must change'

Brokers must evolve to meet the changing needs of their clients and that requires a significant cultural shift

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Viewpoint: Insurers must navigate the moral maze of AI

The industry must develop a code of ethics around the insurance of artificial intelligence systems if it does not want to have a set of rules arbitrarily imposed on 
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Viewpoint: Adaptable MGAs can beat the insurtechs at their own game

MGAs play a fundamental role in the insurance chain but they must evolve to ensure survival
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Viewpoint: 'The insurance industry must respond better to technology risks'

As supply chain systems become increasingly reliant on technology, global companies can no longer think about risks in silos – and neither can the insurance industry

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Loss adjusters face crocodiles as Townsville clean-up begins

Contaminated water, dangerous reptiles, heat and humidity are among the challenges facing loss adjusters as they begin assessing flood damage in the city of Townsville, Northern Queensland

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Legal Focus: W&I insurers take an interest in SPA notification provisions

Insurers should give greater consideration to the strength of warranty and indemnity clauses in share purchase agreements 
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Legal Focus: Claims control and cooperation clauses in Latin America

The legality of these clauses varies across the region and their validity is often challenged
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Viewpoint: Underwriting to accommodate the scale of cyber risk

The insurance industry must carefully consider its exposure and identify areas where the most significant claims are likely to come from

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Focus: Employee data breach training is crucial in reducing cyber liability

Increasingly sophisticated use of stolen employee data by cyber criminals can result in catastrophic IT system breaches, exposing corporations and their insurers to lengthy and costly litigation


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Risk carriers must reassess Belt and Road exposures

The risk environment around China’s Belt and Road initiative is changing rapidly, making local knowledge and a presence on the ground more important than ever for insurers and reinsurers

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Focus: Common data standards are crucial to unlocking the value of MGAs

To improve transaction efficiency it is critical MGAs adopt common data standards

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Viewpoint: Underwriting to accommodate the scale of cyber risk

The insurance industry must carefully consider its exposure and identify areas where the most significant claims are likely to come from

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Focus: Brexit should not distract from pressing regulatory issues

Insurers and brokers should not let the uncertainty surrounding Brexit get in the way of dealing with other key issues
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Legal Focus: Belgium proposes post-Brexit bill to woo UK MGAs

New rules on the activities and supervision of UK insurance intermediaries that act as underwriters announced
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Viewpoint: India's new super-regulator is a significant step forward

The creation of a new super-regulator and international financial services centre represents major progress in terms of strengthening the position of foreign re/insurers in India
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Focus: New law set to transform US data privacy for insurers

California has passed new privacy legislation similar to GDPR. For London market carriers, there are a number of important differences


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Focus: Too many MGAs have been launched with little thought for the end customer

Underwriters and MGAs must work together in the interest of customers

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Focus: MGAs must offer more than just underwriting expertise

Choosing the right partner can make all the difference for an MGA
Focus Distribution

Focus: MGAs must innovate to prevail

The flexibility of the MGA model is the key to its survival
Focus Brexit
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