The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk capital that flows in and out of it. Our scope is global, but our focus is on underwriting and distribution in the area of complex risk, and the capital, infrastructure and services that support it.

The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk capital that flows in and out of it. Our scope is global, but our focus is on underwriting and distribution in the area of complex risk, and the capital, infrastructure and services that support it.

The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk...

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Insurance industry called upon to communicate the wider cost of social inflation

The topic of social inflation and the growing role of third-party litigation financing will inevitably be one of the biggest talking points as insurers meet with risk managers...
The topic of social inflation and the growing role of third-party litigation financing will inevitably be one of the biggest talking points as insurers meet with risk managers...
Article / 3 months ago

Is Covid a catastrophe?

BCLP senior associate James Fairburn and Jonathan Sacher, co-leader of its insurance practice, examine the impact of the recent Australian Covid-19 test cases...
BCLP senior associate James Fairburn and Jonathan Sacher, co-leader of its insurance practice, examine the impact of the recent Australian Covid-19 test cases...
Article / 4 months ago

McGill’s Greenwood: Ukraine tensions leave firms exposed to cyber and BI risk

Rising political tensions in Ukraine and a potential Russian invasion could have "significant repercussions" for international businesses, with firms exposed to potential cyber threats and business interruption...
Rising political tensions in Ukraine and a potential Russian invasion could have "significant repercussions" for international businesses, with firms exposed to potential cyber threats and business interruption...
Article / 5 months ago
The ESG Insurer: January 2022

The ESG Insurer: January 2022

With a challenging 12 months ahead for the industry as it steps up its efforts to address climate change, we identify four key areas in which insurers can push forward during 2022...
With a challenging 12 months ahead for the industry as it steps up its efforts to address climate change, we identify four key areas in which insurers can push forward during 2022...
Report / 5 months ago

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