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CFC's Walsh: ‘We have a tailwind of growth behind us'

London market MGA's chief executive discusses the company's new Lloyd’s syndicate, the challenges of writing cyber risk and its $2bn premium target

Big Interview Lloyds

'The London market must get behind vision for DA reform'

If the end-to-end vision of the DA market is to be implemented, it is critical there is agreement and a joined-up approach between the main stakeholders, which at the moment there is not

Viewpoint Distribution

CFC syndicate starts trading with ILS and pension fund capital

Syndicate 1988 will not have a box at Lloyd’s

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'UK coverholders look to turnkey strategy to unlock European DA market'

Coverholder demand for effective and fully compliant solutions to working within Europe has increased dramatically post-Brexit

Viewpoint Distribution

SME sector and tech products to drive China W&I growth

International private equity firms drive M&A transaction rebound in China and Hong Kong in wake of favourable regulatory changes

China Specialty

Atrium provides PV capacity to Africa Specialty Risks

MGA continues its expansion 

Middle East and Africa Specialty
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Insured losses from Chinese floods could exceed $1.2bn: Fitch

Clean-up starts after catastrophic flooding

China Ping An

Insurers to add $50m to fund for collapsed Florida apartment block

Earlier warnings about structural issues not heeded

United States Property

Western US wildfires are polluting cities on East Coast

Soot from wildfires reaches US East Coast

United States Losses
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Prudence needed when downgrading Covid security

Any business that decides to do away with Covid protection measures needs to have a clear document trail to explain its thought processes

Legal focus United Kingdom

London market reducing misconduct despite challenges from coronavirus

Insurers are doing well in reducing misconduct, but risks have increased through the pandemic, a new survey reveals

Legal focus London

FCA intensifies drive to reform general insurance pricing practices

Ambitious timeline for implementation of new pricing rules means that insurers and distributors will have to move quickly to ensure compliance

Legal focus Regulation
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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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'Innovative insurance solutions can make cities more resilient to climate risk'

New models which integrate physical risks with climate-related financial risks can assess the impact of resilience strategies on local economies more holistically and accurately

Viewpoint Resilience

'UK coverholders look to turnkey strategy to unlock European DA market'

Coverholder demand for effective and fully compliant solutions to working within Europe has increased dramatically post-Brexit

Viewpoint Distribution

'Augmented intelligence will shape the future of catastrophe risk management'

As insurers increasingly deploy AI technologies in their catastrophe exposure management frameworks, the cleansing and validating of input data are becoming more critical

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Latest From Claims Management

Risk carriers must brace as airlines prepare for take-off

It is hard to predict the shape of the aviation sector post Covid, but one thing is certain: airlines, airports and their insurers will have to negotiate a very different risk environment

Aviation Claims Management

German flood losses estimated at €4bn to €5bn

Damage from storm still being assessed by insurers

Germany Claims Management

Court of Appeal rules on 'old law' test for inducement

Non-disclosure case has implications for the interpretation of the UK’s Insurance Act 2015

Legal focus United Kingdom
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Latest From Risk Management

'Innovative insurance solutions can make cities more resilient to climate risk'

New models which integrate physical risks with climate-related financial risks can assess the impact of resilience strategies on local economies more holistically and accurately

Viewpoint Resilience

RLI’s income falls 11.2% on drop in unrealised gains

Mixed Q2 results for US company

United States Finance

Prudence needed when downgrading Covid security

Any business that decides to do away with Covid protection measures needs to have a clear document trail to explain its thought processes

Legal focus United Kingdom
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Latest From Technology

'Augmented intelligence will shape the future of catastrophe risk management'

As insurers increasingly deploy AI technologies in their catastrophe exposure management frameworks, the cleansing and validating of input data are becoming more critical

Viewpoint Technology

'Lack of clarity' raises wind turbine fire threat

Many wind farm operators assume turbine manufacturers have taken every step at design level to reduce fire risk and believe no further action needs to be taken on their side

Technology Claims Management

Focus: The fine art and specie market is grappling with a period of fundamental change

Longstanding partnerships between brokers, clients and underwriters will do much to enable the market to adapt to the radical transformation wrought by the pandemic and technology

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Latest From Regulation

Eiopa launches consultation on run-off undertakings

Supervisor wants more regulatory scrutiny around run-off transactions

Europe Regulation

'UK coverholders look to turnkey strategy to unlock European DA market'

Coverholder demand for effective and fully compliant solutions to working within Europe has increased dramatically post-Brexit

Viewpoint Distribution

Insurers call out gold-plating of money laundering rules

Trade association criticises proposed rules as too stringent

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Latest From Focus

Focus: Aviation reinsurance market must moderate demands for higher rate

Aviation insurers and reinsurers want a greater premium base, but the realities of the aviation industry and the reduction in attritional loss levels demand expectations be lowered for now

Focus Aviation

Focus: The insurance market must be as open to change as the aviation industry

Aviation insurers must be prepared for the unexpected and work in partnership with the airlines and their brokers through this period of great uncertainty for the aviation industry

Focus Renewals

Focus: 'The courts are reluctant for insurers to profit from recovery of stolen artwork'

From classic cars to scientific instruments and designer watches, the Art Loss Register helps buyers, sellers and their insurers keep track of the status of a range of highly valuable items

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