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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

Lloyds Reinsurance United States

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'Digital syndicates are Lloyd’s future'

Data-driven underwriting will streamline the management of delegated authority business, drive down market costs and improve profitability for both coverholders and syndicates

Distribution Market Modernisation

'The capabilities of bordereaux have been stretched beyond their limits'

Technology advances in recent years mean Lloyd’s, with minimal input from coverholders, can now electronically compile its own reports using data already held by the market

Market Modernisation Lloyds

'Returning to the Underwriting Room is not about reinstating the past'

Time spent in the Lloyd's Underwriting Room can now be optimised for targeted and complex negotiation with numerous markets

Lloyds Market Modernisation
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Focus: Enhanced management of data is critical to MGA value proposition

MGAs that are able to break down data silos and mobilise technology to deliver a differentiated broker and customer service will be the ones to prosper

Focus Technology

ID Comment: Technology and smart underwriting key to MGA success

With the right elements, MGAs can extract value where other players would struggle to succeed, industry experts say

Lloyds Distribution

California wildfire MGA raises $5.3m in seed funding

IA Capital-backed Delos plans further expansion within the California homeowners' market

North America Distribution
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Latest From Losses

Louisiana insurers face $100m assessment for local insolvencies

Admitted insurers will need to pay 1% of their 2020 net written premiums, following collapse of Access Home Insurance and State National Fire Insurance

North America Property

Storm Hendrik-Ignatz losses pegged at €311m

Insurance industry loss is 'comparatively moderate', Perils 

Europe Property

Fire and nat cat top causes of construction claims

AGCS analyses €11bn-worth of construction and engineering claims over five years

Allianz Casualty
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Latest From Legal focus

Californian insurers win on Covid business interruption

Court of Appeal finds no coverage despite absence of an exclusion in another victory for insurers

North America Legal focus

Climate change is challenging construction insurers

Some insurers are adopting climate harm exclusion clauses, while others are developing new products

United Kingdom Casualty

The challenges and opportunities of virtual hearings

Virtual and hybrid hearings are likely to remain a common feature after the pandemic

United Kingdom Claims Management
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Latest From Special Report

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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Latest From Viewpoint

'New entrants will ease UK’s PI capacity crunch but coverage restrictions will stay'

Influx of fresh capacity is stabilising the market but it is not bringing relief to struggling sectors such as construction and finance

United Kingdom Casualty

'South Africa's drone risk market is poised for take-off'

The country is not only at the vanguard of commercial drone application, it is also leading the world in terms of regulating and mitigating the risks associated with drone activity

Technology Aviation

'Carriers must remain disciplined as Australian PI market turns corner'

Capacity providers will need to maintain their strict focus on technical pricing and controlled underwriting if the market is to avoid a slip back into the soft conditions of the recent past

Casualty Australia
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Latest From Claims Management

Sedgwick makes Belgium acquisition

Claims management specialist acquires risk engineering firm as it continues European expansion

Europe Claims Management

The challenges and opportunities of virtual hearings

Virtual and hybrid hearings are likely to remain a common feature after the pandemic

United Kingdom Claims Management

'Claims inflation will challenge underwriting strategy of A&H market'

Accident and health carriers must anticipate the opportunities – and challenges – in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and prepare for their impact on claims costs

Claims Management International
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Latest From Risk Management

Focus: Market must prioritise cyber security as solution to ransomware crisis

Around 80% of ransomware incidents can be avoided if organisations follow cyber security best practices such as regular patching and multi-factor authentication

Focus Cyber

UK SMEs struggle with pandemic exclusions

Survey also reveals misunderstanding of business interruption cover

United Kingdom Marsh

Davies launches regulation management portal

Product launched in response to cyber challenges for insurers

United Kingdom Risk Management
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Latest From Technology

Focus: Realism, as much as new technology, will ensure London's future

It is crucial to understand the limitations of technology metrics and algorithms in a specialty environment that lacks homogeneity between risks, even within the same class of business 

Focus Technology

Focus: London must integrate technology with client-facing side of market

As the market looks to have a more technology-led dialogue with clients, the broker has a central role in raising the issue of accurately sourced and standardised risk data

Focus Market Modernisation

Focus: Enhanced management of data is critical to MGA value proposition

MGAs that are able to break down data silos and mobilise technology to deliver a differentiated broker and customer service will be the ones to prosper

Focus Technology
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Latest From Regulation

Louisiana insurers face $100m assessment for local insolvencies

Admitted insurers will need to pay 1% of their 2020 net written premiums, following collapse of Access Home Insurance and State National Fire Insurance

North America Property

FCA to raise minimum fees

Near-doubling of minimum fees would ‘better reflect cost of regulation’

United Kingdom Regulation

Treatment of broker commissions under IDD clarified

Eiopa explains when commissions received by an intermediary constitute a conflict of interest

Europe Regulation
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Latest From Focus

Focus: Realism, as much as new technology, will ensure London's future

It is crucial to understand the limitations of technology metrics and algorithms in a specialty environment that lacks homogeneity between risks, even within the same class of business 

Focus Technology

Focus: London must integrate technology with client-facing side of market

As the market looks to have a more technology-led dialogue with clients, the broker has a central role in raising the issue of accurately sourced and standardised risk data

Focus Market Modernisation

Focus: Enhanced management of data is critical to MGA value proposition

MGAs that are able to break down data silos and mobilise technology to deliver a differentiated broker and customer service will be the ones to prosper

Focus Technology
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