Intelligence: Tackling subsidence surges in a climate change era

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With hot summers becoming more likely in the future, subsidence surge and event years may be the new norm. Fiona Nicolson looks at how insurers are preparing for these claims in a climate change environment.

The great British summer is often described a washout, but this year’s record-breaking heat changed all that – perhaps forever. The temperature breached 40 degrees for the first time and so far, 2022

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Q&A: Will McAllister, Guidewire

Will McAllister, senior vice president and managing director of EMEA at Guidewire, shares the software provider’s plan to do more business in the UK plus how insurers can now launch new products in a few hours.

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