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    Conference Report: Future of Personal Injury Claims - PIAB procedures set the benchmark

    2007-07-18T00:00:00Z

    Eoghan Coyne sets out the achievements the PIAB has made and its plans for success in the future

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    Conference Report: Future of Personal Injury Claims - Assessing the claims landscape

    2007-07-18T00:00:00Z

    Hugh Price asked a number of distinguished individuals to give their views on the prospects for claims. These are the views of those who participated

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    Conference Report: Future of Personal Injury Claims - Insurers advised to work with FSA

    2007-07-18T00:00:00Z

    Asked from the floor about the regulation of claims farming, liability insurers and working with the FSA, Mark Boleat gave a detailed response. “The first thing we had to establish is whether the Financial Services and Markets Act covers the activities of insurance companies or not,” he said. “This was ...

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    The missing market

    2007-07-12T00:00:00Z

    There are several definitions of medium net worth but brokers and insurers alike should note that there are many people with substantial insurable items that are not fully covered. Ann Hesketh explains

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    Executive toys at risk

    2007-07-12T00:00:00Z

    Caroline Muspratt says the very wealthy who own planes, boats, classic cars and expensive jewellery need a wealth check as many are under-insured

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    Brokers lead the way

    2007-07-12T00:00:00Z

    James Sullivan looks at how brokers can take up the challenge of the high net worth sector

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    Protecting the bling

    2007-07-12T00:00:00Z

    W?ith the wealth of the rich increasing and the growing focus on celebrity status within society, the boundary between private and public lives has become blurred. In this climate, safety and security have become a major concern for wealthy clients and their insurers. Many insurers working in the high net ...

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    Rich pickings for all?

    2007-07-12T00:00:00Z

    Norwich Union’s new push into high net worth has ramped up competition among insurers in a crowded market. Caroline Jordan reports on how they are trying to differentiate themselves

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    Legal regulation raises the risk stakes

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    Solicitors are facing a plethora of new regulatory measures which professional indemnity underwriters should be aware of. Frank Maher reports

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    When race is an issue

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    Awards in race discrimination cases are rising, so how can companies protect themselves? David Vine explains

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    Harassment

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    Recent harassment cases have raised questions regarding the Protection from Harassment Act and litigation in this area, Paula Jefferson reports on the effect recent court rulings could have on future claims

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    Directors face pressure to be eco friendly

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    Aidan Thomson and Francis Kean argue that climate change is an important issue for companies and their corporate officers

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    Can the medical reports deal hold without legislation?

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    Tom Flack says a deal to cap medical reporting fees is a start to end a long and acrImonious dispute with insurers

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    Shifting the blame

    2007-06-13T00:00:00Z

    A recent case will strengthen event organisers’ resolve against spurious liability claims. Lindsay Gray reports

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    Risk management takes centre stage

    2007-05-23T11:41:00Z

    Companies are taking a serious look at risk management with risk managers having an increasing influence in the boardroom. Anita Anandarajah reports

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    Under the weather

    2007-05-23T11:23:00Z

    John Hancock says climate change is a new risk that should be planned for now

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    The maze of risks

    2007-05-22T16:46:00Z

    Risk management is an essential, yet often confusing part of an SMEs business plan. Ann Hesketh asks who is responsible for getting the risk management message across to SMEs?

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    Capacity for terror

    2007-05-22T16:38:00Z

    The stand-alone terrorism market is experiencing considerable growth with capacity flooding in. Andrew Holt explains why

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    How can a company's reputation be protected?

    2007-05-22T16:31:00Z

    Several high profile incidents involving possible reputational damage to multinational companies occurred recently, so how can companies guard against it? Caroline Jordan reports

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    Facing the technological future

    2007-05-17T00:00:00Z

    Insurance Times together with our partners, SSP and IBM, held a round table discussion on the challenges facing the insurance industry on the technology front. A panel of experts gave their views