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- Thomas Miller launches app
News release 13 February 2015 Thomas Miller, the international insurance, professional and investment services provider, has launched an app to make its news, media and communications readily available to brokers, members and clients. The Thomas Miller app has been designed to enable easy and simple access to publications and associated media across Thomas Miller managed […]
- No let up for insurance firms in 2015
2014 has been a difficult year for the insurance industry, and Simon Gallagher, head of Insurance Industry Group at Moore Stephens warns that this could be just the beginning: “The main challenge for the insurance industry over the coming year is to compensate for a tough environment to make money while being seen to be […]
- GAM: Structural changes in catastrophe insurance are driving record growth of the cat bond market
Market and regulatory stresses are causing catastrophe insurers to partner with capital markets to finance risks such as earthquakes and hurricanes The cat bond market is on course for another record growth year Cat bonds continue to offer investors attractive yields and an opportunity to diversify away from broader market risks The GAM Star Cat Bond […]
- TT Club launches first online training tool for container packing
The TT Club, the leading international transport and logistics insurance provider, has joined with Exis Techologies to launch the first online training course aimed at providing guidance on packing, transport and unpacking of shipping containers. The CTUpack e-learning™ course commissioned by the TT Club and developed by Exis Technologies focuses on the significant and dangerous […]
- Only half of commercial property professionals believe that the worst of the recession is over
A recent survey conducted by BLP (Building LifePlans), the building defects insurance providers has found that only half of commercial property professionals believe that we have seen the worst of the recession and that banks lending to more businesses and low interest rates will be the best way to get the commercial property market onto […]