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Posted in Market developments, Regulatory and legislative updates, UK

Fever in the morning, Cover all through the night: Insurance and planning for the effect of Coronavirus on business

COVID-19 has already had a significant economic impact, which is likely to increase as Wuhan- and Italy-style lockdowns of large regions are implemented in other areas across the globe. While much has been said about large-scale flexible working, this will clearly not be possible for all businesses, and economic losses caused by disruptions including closure

Posted in Asia, European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Latin America, Market developments, Poland, Russia, Spain, The Netherlands, UK, USA

Ebola: insurance under the microscope

Ebola continues to devastate West Africa.  Over 14,000 cases including 5,000 deaths have been reported. Whilst the threat of a global outbreak remains relatively low, this crisis and the recent discovery of avian flu in Britain have again brought to the fore the exposure the (re)insurance industry has to pandemics. Prudent (re)insurers should use this