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16 June 2017
On 17 December 2014, President Obama issued a presidential policy directive normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba in an effort to further engage and empower the Cuban people.
14 June 2017
In late 2016, the Argentine Insurance Regulator (SSN by its Spanish initials) made official its modifications to reinsurance regulations, which have had a significant impact in the local reinsurance market and has opened doors for international reinsurers.
12 June 2017
In the not so distant past, the word drone was synonymous with covert military actions where the risk of manned aircraft use was simply too great. Drones, or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as defined by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), however, have experienced exponential growth in the past four years, both for recreational and commercial purpose.
27 April 2017
Peruvian Labour Minister, Mr Alfonso Grados, has publically announced that the Ministry of Finance and Economy is considering taking on an unemployment insurance program by the third quarter of 2017. Unemployment insurance was one of President Kuczynski most controversial campaign promises.
27 April 2017
In the competitive multinational insurance environment, insurers must increasingly convert risk insight and trends to actionable intelligence. Risk insight unquestionably improves customer relationships and sharpens underwriting results. The sizeable investments made to attract and service each multinational insurance programme require proactive strategies to consistently strengthen those relationships and favourably drive the retention of these highly valued customers.
14 February 2017
Is there a defence for airlines in the event of denied boarding claims under European Regulation EC261/2004 (the Regulation), as a consequence of misunderstanding the changing US entry requirements?
17 November 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s rehabilitation has continued to cause problems in multiple fields in the shipping world. Whilst there are signs of the dust beginning to settle, parties should be on high alert of their potential exposure. Our latest article examines recent issues and provides an update on the rehabilitation proceedings in Korea.
17 November 2016
The United States currently has in place economic and trade sanctions applicable to various foreign countries and regimes, and other persons considered threats to U.S. national and economic security. These sanctions are potentially applicable to all nationalities – businesses dealing with anyone sanctioned by the U.S. could find themselves being sanctioned, meaning they are locked out of the U.S. market, unable to use the U.S. banking system and unable to transact with U.S. customers & suppliers.
11 October 2016
Welcome to the latest edition of London Market Brief.
10 October 2016
In recent years, Venezuela has been in the spotlight for many reasons - unfortunately, not necessarily good ones. Political instability, contraction of the economy, high inflation rates, the oil price plunge and shortage of essential goods all feature in the complex Venezuelan environment.
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