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Rasaad Jamie

Rasaad Jamie is a freelance journalist

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There is a lot of headroom for growth in the Lloyd’s market: Duncan Dale

Dale Underwriting Partners, together with its MGU joint venture with Howden, has the potential to write $1bn in gross premiums by 2026,  the Lloyd's carrier's chief executive says 

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Europe’s elevated catastrophe risk environment is a challenge for the market: Enoizi

A focus on climate change-related risks should not obscure huge exposures across the region posed by man-made events, the executive of Guy Carpenter Europe says

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QBE plans to replicate London market capabilities in Europe

Brexit is only part of the challenge for London market carriers in Europe – there is also the transformation of broker-based distribution channels in many countries on the continent, QBE Europe’s director of insurance, Beatriz Valenti, says

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More mature risk models 'to drive capacity into cyber market': CyberCube's Bole

Recent advances in cyber risk modelling have been driven as much by regulatory pressure as by commercial opportunity, Rebecca Bole, head of industry engagement at analytics firm CyberCube, says

International Cyber

Insurers can do more to improve safety in shipping

In almost every shipping incident, the issue is non-compliance with regulation. The procedures are in place, but the practice is lacking

Marine Special Report

Insurers can do more to improve safety in shipping

In almost every shipping incident, the issue is non-compliance with regulation. The procedures are in place, but the practice is lacking

Marine Special Report
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