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Edmund Tirbutt

Edmund Tirbutt has been a freelance journalist specialising in insurance subjects for 30 years. He is a former regular contributor to the Mail on Sunday, Telegraph and Independent, and has written for Post Magazine since 1990. He was Biba Journalist of the Year in 1997 and ABI Freelance Journalist of the Year in 1998, 2000 and 2002. He has also written six books and is a stand-up comedian performing under the name of Ed de Cantor.

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Articles by Edmund Tirbutt

Analysis: Managing the M&A insurance risk

It was the Competition and Markets Authority that recently put paid to Sainsbury’s and Asda’s marriage plans, but there are plenty of other risks that also regularly threaten the success of mergers and acquistions – ranging from the uncovering of…

Finishing line in sight for the IPID

Although many who voted for Brexit may have hoped otherwise, leaving the European Union will not enable the UK insurance community to turn a blind eye to the insurance regulations dreamed up by those famously unelected bureaucrats in Brussels. Although…

Greening up your investment portfolio

The last decade has finally started to see the talk about the virtues of sustainable energy result in significant action, particularly in the area of electricity, where it has been driven primarily by wind, solar energy and biomass.

Time to focus on liability

Most employers don't spend too much time thinking about employers' liability, public liability and product liability unless they actually have a claim. So perhaps it is just as well that the national media is continually drawing attention to tragic…

Broker: The cross-selling opportunity

It is a commonly expressed view that the general insurance community isn't sufficiently capitalising on existing client relationships to cross-sell further products, and that it lags well behind the major banks and online retailers in this respect.

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