globe, world, magnifying glass

28 March, 2019

Taking control of cyber risk

When Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced the press after hackers stole data from up to 50 million social networking accounts last September, he said “we need to do more to prevent this f...
City of London, financial, banking

14 February, 2019

A new culture of compliance in a complex environment

Both banking and insurance sectors have experienced a stream of new regulations over the past decade. Much of it stems from the global financial crisis and centres on capital stability in the shape of...
Katharina Latif, Allianz

2 March, 2018

Core strengths: Katharina Latif, Allianz

A team of “crazy experts” preoccupied with what was once deemed an “ivory tower topic,” the climate and sustainability unit at German insurance giant All...
The Exeter

9 November, 2016

The Exeter appoints new NED

Michael Dawson

3 November, 2016

Dawson joins Lancashire as NED

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insurance

30 October, 2015

Executives unprotected by traditional insurance

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Supply chain

18 October, 2015

Organisational resilience

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Tokyo skyline, Japan

7 September, 2015

Natural disasters could cost businesses $4.6trn

Based on original research by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Lloyd's City Risk Index shows how governments, businesses and communities are ...

27 July, 2015

Insurer stress tests ‘do not go far enough’

The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) planned stress test of UK insurers does not go far enough, according to Hiscox chairman Robert Childs. The stress test is designed to allow the ...