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  • 14 November 2017

    GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation

    The General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) is one of the biggest shake-ups to data protection legislation in history, so it’s no wonder that it’s a hot topic for many organisations. With such dramatic changes on the horizon, now is the time to make sure your organisation is prepared for this overhaul to data security and privacy law. In this bulletin Arthur J. Gallagher break down what the GDPR is, what you need to do to comply and what the penalties for non-compliance are.

    GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation
  • 14 November 2017

    Marine P&I Commercial Review 2017 - Fixed Premium Markets

    We are pleased to publish the 2017 annual P&I Commercial Review.

    Marine P&I Commercial Review Nov 2017
  • 3 November 2017

    Managing Weather Risk

    For some it’s second nature to get ready for winter, whether that means gritting your driveway or checking the boiler. Yet many businesses could fail to do the same, potentially resulting in business interruption, property damage and claims. As the nights grow longer and the mercury begins to fall, now might be the ideal time to check your commercial property for areas which may not hold up against heavy rain or snow. You should also take the time to review your insurance policy for any exclusions which you may not be aware of should you experience weather related damage.

    Managing Weather Risk
  • 1 November 2017

    Cyber Risks Landscape Panel Debate

    Gallagher's hosted a debate featuring a large panel of insurance and industry experts to discuss the developing cyber risks landscape.

    Cyber Risks Landscape Panel Debate
  • 24 October 2017

    Financial Institutions Market Conditions

    2017 looks as if it might be one of the most expensive years on record for insurers due to hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria (known as HIM). The total insured losses from these natural catastrophes are still being calculated, but they could exceed US$100 billion and this will almost certainly have a detrimental effect for some insurance buyers, especially those with large US property exposure. The obvious concern is whether this hardening of terms will spread to the financial institutions insurance market place?

    Financial Institution Market Conditions
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