The pandemic has accelerated the evolution towards a more fit for purpose office as a large number of employees no longer want to miss the benefits of working from home (WFH).
Heavy rainfall has caused floods that affected nearly 70 million Chinese citizens across 28 provinces this summer. While costs are likely to exceed $29 billion, according to estimates, only a fraction of the sum will be insured.
The UK’s High Court has today released its judgment widely supporting the arguments put forward on behalf of insureds in the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCAs) landmark test case over disputed business interruption (BI) coverage in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The commercial pressure on sporting organisations, clubs and athletes to resume training and competitions has been growing significantly in recent months. Creative solutions such as those found for the English Premier League or the NBA may show the way forward.
The pandemic is further increasing uncertainty and protectionism in global trade which is set to boost demand for trade credit insurance. While some insurers are themselves impacted by the crisis, a diverse set of solutions exists for corporations.
You may hear about these popular phrases recently, lockdown, stay at home order, work from home, social distancing, quarantine. For companies relying heavily on information technology, when many colleagues have to work remotely away from the office, network connectivity and remote computing, of course are of utmost importance and with immediate urgency.