We are pleased to launch the 23rd 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.
In this edition we cover:
JLT Specialty experts outline the state of the insurance market and deliver tips to manage the challenges.
Diversity and inclusion
The London insurance market has embraced diversity and inclusion, and has inspired insurance communities around the world to do the same. We interview Dame Inga Beale, Chief Executive at Lloyd’s who talks about why the insurance industry still has plenty to do despite the success of initiatives such as Dive In.
Testing the limits
Jon Boaden, Group Financial Controller of Williams and the winner of the Cracking the C-Suite code competition from the last issue, outlines some of the unique challenges of financial management in one of the world’s most glamorous industries.
Responding to wild weather
Weather events can be extreme and unpredictable, putting the emphasis on exposure data and pre-loss planning.
A strategic move during this period of political uncertainty
Why JLT Specialty’s acquisition of Belgian broker offers a good deal – in every way – to both companies. Acquiring Belgibo will help JLT to serve its clients across the European Union and in the European Economic Area countries once the UK has left the EU. It means we’re well positioned for any eventuality regarding Brexit, to help our clients continue to benefit from access to the London market as well as all other global markets.
Exploiting the potential of InsurTech
The focus on data and using it to change behaviour is where JLT Group’s Chief Marketing Officer, Doug Turk, sees the big opportunities around InsurTech.
Getting to grips with GDPR
As the General Data Protection Regulation introduces tougher rules and penalties from May 2018, are insureds prepared?
A journey of a thousand miles
Large property damage and business interruption claims always have the potential to cause problems, but they are often magnified when the losses are in remote territories, In this article we look at the challenges of dealing with international property and business interruption claims.
Learning from history
If the construction industry wants to prepare for the industrial diseases of the future, it needs to look to the past.
Emilie Walsh, Head of Environmental at JLT Specialty looks at the common misconceptions of environmental risk cover. What risk managers should be thinking about when it comes to environmental liability cover.
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