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11 October 2019 Is insurance the new banking? part 3: Inappropriate personal behaviour, and conduct risk, in the Lloyd’s Market

This article addresses the regulatory issues around Lloyd’s’ evidence of inappropriate personal behaviour (sexual discrimination / harassment, and alcohol / substance abuse).

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10 July 2019 Is insurance the new banking? Part 2: outsourcing issues

This series of articles explores the extent to which the general insurance (“GI”) market has recently become a primary target of regulators’ activities, or is merely the ‘collateral’ victim of banking regulation.

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9 July 2019 No such thing as an accident?

Sometimes it can feel as though there is no such thing as an accident anymore…

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14 May 2019 Is insurance the new banking? Part 1: GI market and SM&CR

The UK general insurance market has for some time now been experiencing significant regulatory scrutiny, even pressure. There has been particular focus on the intermediation that procures customers' agreements with insurers, and the influence of intermediation on claims.

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18 March 2019 "It's the conduct risk, stupid!": FCA's study of competition in London wholesale insurance broking market

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published the final report (PDF) on its market study of the London wholesale insurance broking market.

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18 December 2018 Privilege prevails

The Court of Appeal recently allowed an important appeal relating to the disclosure of documents created in the build up to the eventual proceedings brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).

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20 February 2018 Stress claims arising from disciplinary issues

A recent case (Marsh v Ministry of Justice) has highlighted the problems faced by employers when dealing with disciplinary proceedings against employees.

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13 January 2017 Lies, damned lies and collateral: fraudulent devices after Versloot

In July 2016, the Supreme Court held by a 4:1 majority that an insurer was not entitled to avoid payment where lies told by an insured were collateral to an otherwise valid claim.

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10 November 2016 Drones - the hidden risk

Drones are taking off in a big way and with Christmas fast approaching, sales are likely to increase further as children (‘big kids’ included!) look to get their hands on the latest must-have gadget.

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28 September 2016 The challenge of insuring devolution

The move towards devolved powers and the rise of super combined authorities raises a number of issues and challenges for both local authorities and their insurers.

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