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Intelligence: 11 September 2001 - 20 years on

With this week marking the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on 11 September 2001, Post looks back to see how the insurance market handled the claims and how terrorism cover has adapted since then.

Editor's comment: Here's to a better second half

We had high hopes for 2021. We were keen to see the back of 2020 which brought with it a global pandemic, toilet roll hoarding, national lockdowns, home schooling hell, business interruption court cases, a ban on sports, enforced staycations, and yet…

Aston Lark's Peter Blanc on relevance and opportunity

Aston Lark group CEO Peter Blanc assesses why the market can’t just continue to offer the same old products, tweaked to be one step ahead of the next best, with cover for intangible assets coming to the fore along with the need to have challenging…

Q&A: Randall Goss and James Begley, Oxford Insurance Group

Post caught up with Randall Goss, chair and CEO of parent company US Risk, and James Begley, chief operating officer of Oxford Insurance Group, to track how the offering was formed, its growth, expansion and acquisition targets. The pair also share their…

Interview: Mark Allan, Ki

Lloyd’s first algorithmically driven syndicate Ki began trading on 1/1 this year. Jonathan Swift caught up with its CEO Mark Allan to discuss early progress, its plans to integrate brokers on its platform with APIs and why it should not be simply…

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