This whitepaper explains the reasons for marine cargo insurance and the different circumstances for when this may be required, as well as examining some topical issues for the market. Topics covered: an explanation of incoterms; insurance cover available; case studies of marine insurance incidents.
How well-equipped is the UK insurance market for the predicted upsurge in drone ownership and usage over the next few years? To find out, Post in conjunction with lawyers Kennedys surveyed the UK insurance market to uncover how the industry plans to tackle the risks and opportunities presented.
The UK real estate sector will be affected by Brexit, changing investor appetite and personnel issues. This whitepaper sheds light on what the future might hold for the UK’s real estate sector before highlighting how brokers can help clients to navigate the changing risk landscape.
The Washington State Supreme Court ruled on March 9, 2017 that an injured Alaskan commercial fisherman could claim punitive damages resulting from the unseaworthiness of a fishing trawler. This article highlights the significance of the case for commercial ship owners.
This special report examines one of the biggest challenges facing the insurance industry, and, more broadly, the world - the great divide between economic losses and insured losses, commonly called the protection gap. The report discusses this growing problem and what be done to address the issue.
Political instability is likely to be a prominent feature in the global risk landscape for the foreseeable future. This article provides advice to multinational organisations on how to build resilience when operating in politically fragile countries.
Modernising a 300-year-old London insurance market is a feat many thought almost impossible. Yet, a year into its modernisation strategy, Lloyd’s of London is again proving its appetite for development. This article sheds light on the details of Lloyd’s modernisation strategy.
Increasing globalisation, Brexit and the prospect of new UK/US trade deals are growing incentives for trade with the US. This article explores the important risk, insurance and compliance considerations companies need to make before taking the plunge.
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “drones” are quickly changing the way construction companies operate, and offer solutions to complex construction and safety challenges. This article explores UAS applications for the drilling industry, risk management considerations and available insurance options.
Even today, 25 years later, Hurricane Andrew ranks as the fourth most expensive hurricane in US history. This article looks back at the widespread destruction caused by Hurricane Andrew, what lessons have been learnt and how risk modeling, loss prevention and construction methods have evolved.