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  • 21 September 2018

    Warranty & Indemnity (W&I) insurance for construction companies and projects

    The UK Construction industry is continually seeking to develop more efficient and cost effective methods of construction. The government expects developers to turn to new technologies and offsite solutions to ensure buildings are constructed faster, to a higher standard and in greater numbers.

    Warranty & Indemnity (W&I) insurance for construction companies and projects
  • 21 September 2018

    Pension Trustees: increased legal and regulatory threats

    As is the case with many individuals and entities operating in financial services, pension trustees are facing an increasingly challenging regulatory and legal environment. Indeed we are aware of three recent developments (discussed below) that could lead to trustees facing increased litigation and regulatory action. In such circumstances financial lines insurance can be an essential line of defence.

    Pension Trustees: increased legal and regulatory threats
  • 21 September 2018

    Is your firm crisis ready?

    As the provision of legal services becomes increasingly global and dependence on digital technology increases, the potential for disruption is rising exponentially. Risks are becoming more complex and more connected.

    Is your firm crisis ready?
  • 18 September 2018

    Changing capabilities of the Inherent Defects Market

    Traditionally, the insurance market for inherent defects was dominated by a single mutual insurance company, National House-Building Council (NHBC), with around 80% of premium being placed through this mutual, who distributed this product to new homeowners via the building contractor, their member.

    Changing capabilities of the Inherent Defects Market
  • 17 September 2018

    Marine P&I Pre-Renewal Review 2018

    The Marine team are pleased to publish the 2018 annual P&I Pre-Renewal review.

    2018 annual P&I Pre-Renewal Review
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