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Kennedys opens year with confirmation of Latin American expansion

We are pleased to confirm that we have strengthened our presence in Latin America with the addition of an office in Argentina and an association in Puerto Rico.

Insights report: wildfires

Wildfires are rarely out of the news at the moment and their frequency, and intensity, is increasing. Whilst North America and Mediterranean Europe have suffered the most recent devastating losses, the risk of UK wildfires exists and this risk is growing.

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Spotlight on: Argentina

Our Argentinian team has an outstanding reputation for handling complex litigation and trials for insurers, mediation and advising on a full range of claims.

  • We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our London Market capabilities and global insurance practice, with the hire of Katherine Proctor from Clyde & Co. She joins as a partner in our London office.

    This dispute concerned an accountant and insolvency practitioner, Mr Oldham, who was subject to a claim arising from his performance as the joint administrator of a company, MK Airlines Limited, between June 2008 and March 2009 (the Claim).

    We are pleased to confirm that we have strengthened our presence in Latin America with the addition of an office in Argentina and an association in Puerto Rico.

    Last year, we produced a report on wildfires that considered the cause and effects from a predominantly UK perspective. In the UK, wildfires are an emerging risk – a risk that, as yet, has limited data to evaluate, but is likely to increase in frequency and financial burden in the not–too-distant future.

    We are pleased to announce that we have enhanced our efforts to provide insurance clients with a comprehensive service across the Americas by a new association with a boutique law firm in Puerto Rico.

    The press continues to be dominated by commentary on technological innovation in all sectors, and insurance is no exception. We are all familiar with "fintech", a label identifying the use of new technology like mobile phone banking to create and improve financial services, be it for a consumer or a business. But what about the insurance equivalent? What is “insurtech", and what does it mean for those working in the insurance industry in the near future?