The multi-million pound payout from the London insurance market for cancellation cover on Michael Jackson’s ‘This Is It’ tour could hinge on whether the late singer’s doctor is convicted of manslaughter, Post has learnt.
On 12 January, a jury in the US ordered the performer's medical practitioner Dr Conrad Murray to face trial, charged with giving Mr Jackson a lethal dose of Propofol and other sedatives. Sources close...
Steve Treloar, the newly appointed managing director of LV's general insurance business, has been in his job for less than three months, but has already met 3000 staff.
XL Catlin suffered $240.1m (£182m) of natural catastrophe losses in the second quarter of 2016 compared with $59.9m in the same period last year.
The Supreme Court ruling to allow case re-opening when new evidence of fraud has come to light will not lead to an influx of old cases being reexamined, insurance lawyers said.
Charles Taylor will establish a third party administrator to handle specialist lines later this year, Post has learned.