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Winter 2015 / 2016

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Frenemy at the gate

Strategic relationships

Frenemy at the gates

Blurred lines in the underwriting and broking community are raising the question of channel conflict. But is this really anything new, asks David Bull Continued inside

Editor's Comment

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Make sure you have a parachute

More than most of the years that I have been doing this, 2015 feels like a pointer to the future of the industryContinued inside

News analysis

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IQ profile

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Michael Stahel

Trading Risk

Six degrees of separation

Michael Stahel has come a long way from his Swiss Re roots, writes Fiona Robertson, but the link to his underwriting roots remains Continued inside

D&O

Driving D&O

Driving DandO

The cloud that arose from the recent Volkswagen emissions scandal will hang over the D&O market for a long time to come, writes Dan AscherContinued inside

Tianjin

Untangling Tianjin

Tianjin vehicles

Charlie Thomas assesses the lasting impact of the Tianjin port explosions, as the reported loss total tops $1.5bnContinued inside

Sharing economy

Shared space

Car club

The (re)insurance sector is missing out on some big opportunities to cover risks associated with the burgeoning sharing economy, writes Catrin ShiContinued inside

Solvency II

Late to the party

Wine glass

With their advisers having partied hard for years on the back of Solvency II compliance, Winifred Okocha finds a weary familiarity with the regime among (re)insurersContinued inside

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Paying for pollution?

Hungary spill

The Samarco tailing dam disaster has highlighted the major environmental liability exposures for (re)insurers in the mining and energy arena, says Stuart SutherlandContinued inside

Inclusion

What lies beneath

Ocean surface

"We cannot look at inclusion right now - we are only two weeks post-merger. We need to wait for things to calm down." This is a statement heard all too oftenContinued inside

Legal

Solvency II ahoy!

Binoculars

Bermuda now has an effectively bifurcated regulatory regime for (re)insurance in the run-up to Solvency II, writes Michael FrithContinued inside

Legal

Looking back to look forward

Katrina paper

Gavin Coull and Damian Cleary recall the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita to assess the legacy of the Orient Express Hotels v Generali [2010] caseContinued inside

Research & Supplements

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Insider MC RT 2015

The Insurance Insider Monte Carlo Roundtable 2015

I love the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous! In many ways The Insurance Insider Roundtable has become the definitive event of the gatheringRead more


SIRC 2015

SIRC 2015

SIRC 2015 I think we've got to learn to be a little more consistent in our approach to this great industry of oursRead more

Honours 2015 post-event

The Insurance Insider Honours 2015

Welcome to our post-event supplement for the fourth Insurance Insider Honours, which took place on the 10 September 2015Read more


PCI 2015 Day 3

PCI Newsletter 2015 Day 3

The last of our special issues from this year's PCI conferenceRead more

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