We are pleased to launch the 24th edition of our Risk Specialist magazine, which provides news, opinions and advice on risk and insurance topics affecting large corporations, both in the UK and overseas. Our main feature explores how new regulations, emboldened shareholders and changing attitudes have heightened the importance of directors and officers coverage.
ALSO IN THIS EDITION
Global Market Insight from Paul Knowles and David Flandro
Global insurance and reinsurance markets were shaken by last year’s record-breaking catastrophe losses, but capital has been quick to flow back into the market, extinguishing insurers’ hopes of widespread price increases in 2018.
Insurance Market Update
JLT Specialty global heads outline the state of the insurance market and deliver tips to manage the challenges.
Globalising JLT from Lucy Clarke
Lucy Clarke, JLT Specialty’s Global CEO outlines why the business has been globalised and the benefits and opportunities this will bring.
The Big Claims Shake-Up
London Market insurers and brokers have agreed a landmark deal to fast-track approval of lower value, straightforward claims, in a move that will help London to better compete with other underwriting centres around the world.
Delivering Value from Data
Everyone is chasing data, aggregating data and analysing data. The projects often sound impressive but do they deliver value, especially to clients? That is the key question that is always at the forefront of JLT Specialty’s approach to data analytics.
Delivery on Promises
Transaction and product quality are vital elements of a broker’s offering, but can be undermined if they are not accompanied by high levels of client service.
Risk and Reward
JLT has joined forces with Lloyd’s insurer StarStone to insure medals won by British Skeleton racers Lizzy Yarnold and Laura Deas at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Ready for Lift-Off
From automated passenger drones to space tourism, risk and insurance in the aerospace sector is set to undergo a major revolution in the coming decades.
Right to Light
The complexities of rights to light highlight the risk to developers of assuming that agreements will be reached with all the owners of properties affected by their development.
With companies in Europe and the US under increasing pressure to reduce costs and boost shareholder values, M&A activity has surged in the life science sector in recent months.