How insurers dodged a bullet over storm Ciarán

Tegwen Gabb, senior weather and climate analyst at Eurotempest, reveals how close the UK insurance industry came to sustaining one of its largest insured losses of all time from storm Ciarán.

The Great Storm of 1987 is etched into the memory of many in the UK after leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.

Storm Ciarán posed a threat that, in many respects, echoed the spectre of 1987

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Q&A: Stuart Kilpatrick, Burns & Wilcox

Stuart Kilpatrick, managing director of Burns & Wilcox UK, tells Insurance Post about the post-Biba conference pivot the business has undertaken, plans to create a specialist business in the UK, and how it "doesn't matter” where his staff work.

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