New D&O developments further impact financial lines market conditions

Tackling mental health in the oil & gas sector

Grenfell Tower inquiry recommendations set to impact the housing sector

Preparing for more frequent blackouts

A number of recent power outages have disrupted business operations in several countries, causing alarm and prompting a discussion about the resilience of power generation and distribution.

Financial wellbeing: An essential component of employee benefits

Money may not buy happiness but there is an ever increasing amount of research corroborating the link between financial wellbeing and mental/physical health. While employers are widely offering solutions for their employees’ potential mental or physical health issues in their benefits offering, they are mostly neglecting the need for financial wellbeing. An imbalance that needs to be addressed.

Reputational risk climbs the corporate agenda

Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about reputational risk and the severe impact it can cause to companies’ revenues and profits.

World Rugby benefits from event cancellation cover

World Rugby, the international governing body, avoided a major financial hit from the 2019 World Cup held in Japan due to an event cancellation insurance policy it had purchased in advance.

Google court case ruling broadens business privacy risks

The UK’s Court of Appeal has allowed a representative action against Google, clarifying that individuals can suffer damage by losing control of data while potentially opening the floodgates for privacy class actions in the country.

Surety bonds: A booming business in Brazil

Brazil is experiencing strong demand for court bonds, a variety of surety bonds, driven by regulatory changes and a peculiar legal system.