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Sedgwick buys Cunningham Lindsey

Sedgwick said the deal puts it in an 'optimal position' to meet the needs of its clients
Europe North America

XL Catlin swoops for Beazley claims specialist Patel

Yera Patel appointed global practice leader for international financial lines claims
XL Catlin People moves

Frustration at delay to discount rate reform

Insurance industry insists reforms should move forward, as Justice Committee calls for further evidence 
United Kingdom Casualty

'Too many insurers treat claims as an afterthought'

Insurers should treat the claim – not the policy – as the product, says the chief executive of insurtech Claimable, which is targeting Lloyd's insurers with its cloud-based proposition
Claims Management Technology

Business interrupted: matters to consider in BI disputes

With claims likely to climb after this year’s hurricanes, understanding the cover is vital
Legal focus Property

Brazil's Superior Court rules on arbitration disagreement

Decision brings long-running kompetenz-kompetenz case to a close
Brazil Legal focus
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Latest From Viewpoint

Are rates starting to heat up? Munich Re CEO throws a chill on the market

Joachim Wenning's comments hint at tough times ahead for property/casualty reinsurers - despite this year's mega cat losses 
Europe Munich Re

This year's hurricanes are changing the psychology of the market – not just rates

The perception of risk is changing and in the long term may be the most significant after-effect of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season
North America United States

Insurer-owned MGAs are more than a fad

Some will argue that the when the market hardens, MGAs will go out of fashion - but major carriers like Brit and Ascot see MGAs as a key part of their growth strategies
Specialty Reinsurance

Comment: A record-breaking season – and it is not over yet

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season will change the way risk is perceived in the Caribbean and US
North America Hurricane Season

'PPL is responding to the market's needs and could have a fundamental impact on London's culture'

If the days of the follow-market are now destined to be sitting at a screen, that may be no bad thing and could help to modernise the market even further 
London Lloyds

Comment: Irma could be transformative event for sector

On its current path, Irma would have a record-breaking industry impact
United States Hurricane Season
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