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The pub company is looking for a payout at every one of its 760 premises, whilst insurers claim it is entitled to a single limit.
Adriana Cisneros was AIG’s LatAm property product leader for more than three years in south Florida.
Aon claims PFI head Paul Tubb unlawfully recruited five colleagues for Howden’s construction unit.
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Parental leave and the London market’s diversity dilemma

As London market carriers encourage parental leave take-up, Insurance Insider explores whether the HR benefit can be a tool to tackle the industry’s diversity issue.
Analysis
The French reinsurer faces a number of hurdles as it looks to set its new corporate strategy. We outline the challenges ahead.
Organisers perceive a clear runway ahead for planning events, after over two years of restrictions on gatherings.
Insureds are also buying less limit to manage spend, which is impacting the flow of business to the London excess market.
While aggregate premiums grew by 1.5x between 2012 and 2021, annual expenditure at Lloyd’s on salaries and other employment costs has doubled.
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The firm, which has backing from CDPQ, General Atlantic and Hg, has spent $4.8bn across four deals in under two years.
The president of BHSI’s UK and European operations outlined to this publication expansion plans for the $1bn-premium division.
The commercial insurance CEO said that the industry should act now before the cat market reached a point of implosion.
Beazley’s pioneering new Syndicate 4321 uses ESG ratings to provide additional capacity for clients, but it will play a broader, strategic role for the carrier.
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