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Noonan rails against 'misguided and dumb' US tax reforms

Validus chief urges US policymakers not to disrupt the current structures for spreading risk
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Hamilton targets Lloyd's growth following Pembroke deal

Chief executive, Pina Albo, says company will add new specialty products at Lloyd’s following Pembroke acquisition

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London specialty price momentum builds

But insurance executives say pricing still has a long way to go to reach a sustainable position

London Lloyds

Brady named TOM delegated authority sponsor

Paul Brady succeeds Ian Fantozzi in role

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Ryan Specialty to acquire programme manager Suitelife

MGU specialises in cover for hotels and resorts
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Viewpoint: Standalone cover can help bridge the terrorism protection gap

The more flexible and bespoke nature of standalone insurance products can overcome many of the limitations of government pools and help to motivate smaller businesses to buy terrorism insurance
Claims Management Distribution

Lloyd's must tackle the problems with delegated authority head-on

Market directives and mandated technologies will not by themselves make delegated authority underwriting more relevant and commercially viable
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California insurers reduce wildfire availability amid reinsurance ‘disarray’

State insurance department data shows 10% reduction in availability in higher-risk areas

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May tornadoes rank among costliest in Ohio

Insured losses have reached as high as $480m and are expected to rise
United States Property

Texas leads US states for hail claims

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Legal Focus: Aggregation clause put to the test in Australian courts

New South Wales Supreme Court examines the meaning of aggregation in relation to class actions involving insurance policies
Legal focus Australia

Legal Focus: The challenges of insuring decommissioning risks

The decommissioning of oil and gas fields is a growing area of work that presents particular challenges for insurers

Legal focus Energy

Legal Focus: Employee theft insurance challenged in court

When a parent company took out a crime insurance policy for itself and its subsidiaries, a court concluded that none of its workplace thief’s acts were covered

Legal focus North America
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Mid-tier brokers battle to escape the killing zone

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

Distribution London

Global brokers plot evolution of facilities

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

Broker Facilities Distribution

'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

London Distribution
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Viewpoint: Putting intersectionality at the heart of diversity and inclusion

Diversity and inclusion programmes need to be about more than individual identifiers like gender, race or sexual orientation

AIG Diversity

Viewpoint: Can the Uber strategy work for commercial insurance?

Simply beating the competitors on price can work in the direct-to-consumer environment, but it is more difficult to do in the broker intermediated B2B context

Brokers Insurtech

Viewpoint: Making a difference with CSR

Meaningful corporate social responsibility projects are proven to attract new employees, increase motivation, aid staff retention and improve productivity

Viewpoint
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Latest From Claims Management

Legal Focus: Aggregation clause put to the test in Australian courts

New South Wales Supreme Court examines the meaning of aggregation in relation to class actions involving insurance policies
Legal focus Australia

Legal Focus: Employee theft insurance challenged in court

When a parent company took out a crime insurance policy for itself and its subsidiaries, a court concluded that none of its workplace thief’s acts were covered

Legal focus North America

Insurers win motion on PG&E trial

Victory for insurers to have trial on PG&E’s culpability for Tubbs fire

North America Claims Management
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Latest From Risk Management

ID Comment: 5G will transform insurance

5G-enabled IoT applications will prevent accidents and lead to fewer claims, but could make the total size of the risk pie smaller too

Technology Risk Management

Focus: Insurers must weigh up the risks of North Sea decommissioning

The opportunities presented to insurers by North Sea offshore infrastructure decommissioning exposures are significant – but so too are the risks
Focus Risk Management

Focus: Drone risk can no longer be ignored

The risk is fast becoming something that impacts many classes of business 
Risk Management Focus
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B3i adds China Pacific as investor

Chinese carrier becomes 18th shareholder in blockchain consortium
China Insurtech

Analytics can cut loss ratios: Swiss Re

Use of advanced data analytics and technology can unlock tangible value for insurers 
Swiss Re Technology

Insurers must act now to address AI bias

Algorithmic trading has been identified as a ‘significant harm function’ in the Senior Managers and Certification Regime which now applies to insurers

Technology Regulation
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Insurers must act now to address AI bias

Algorithmic trading has been identified as a ‘significant harm function’ in the Senior Managers and Certification Regime which now applies to insurers

Technology Regulation

Bermuda 'to remove tier 3 capital ambiguity'

Recently approved tier 3 capital has revealed 'conflicting language' between debt offering documents and Bermuda regulatory requirements
Bermuda Regulation

Focus: Professionalism is a corporate social responsibility

In the age of technology, professionalism requires going beyond the narrow confines of honouring a contract and ensuring the cover on offer sits well with the needs and expectations of society at large

Regulation Focus
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Focus: The London market must shift its technology mindset

Buying more technology is not the solution. Thinking and operating differently is the key to bringing about change

Insurtech London

Focus: Professionalism is a corporate social responsibility

In the age of technology, professionalism requires going beyond the narrow confines of honouring a contract and ensuring the cover on offer sits well with the needs and expectations of society at large

Regulation Focus

Focus: Insurers are divided on insurtech strategies

Incumbent insurers need to be strategic about how they invest in innovation or how they partner with others already doing it
Technology Insurtech
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