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Legal developments in claims February 2015

26 February 2015
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.

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Emerging risks: E-cigarettes and driverless cars

26 February 2015
In this half hour CPD video we look at the product liability insurance and legal issues associated with two emerging r ...

The social value of insurance

24 February 2015
This series of papers considers the role of insurance in society, focusing in particular on the benefits it brings and risks it mitigates. ...

Support for non-executive directors

02 February 2015
The Worshipful Company of Insurers recently launched the iNED initiative to support financial services Non-Executive Directo ...

Legal developments in claims January 2015

20 January 2015
The latest update from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) on recent legal developments produced for the Claims Faculty.

The interview: Jonathan Evans »
One-time insurance minister Jonathan Evans MP uses his vantage point to give an overview of how the industry has evolved and discusses the proposed SIMR changes.
The interview: Jonathan Evans »
One-time insurance minister Jonathan Evans MP uses his vantage point to give an overview of how the industry has evolved and discusses the proposed SIMR changes.
Hot topic- Ebola »
The year-long Ebola virus outbreak in west Africa went virtually unnoticed in more developed countries for the first six months of the outbreak. Since then, the talk has been of the risk of a global pandemic. Liz Booth reports.
Arise, my apprentice »
With the recent government initiatives encouraging businesses to take on apprentices, there has been a surge in activity. Here, The Journal sums up the news on some of the schemes available in the general insurance market. 
Bringing professionalism in sight »
The drive for professionalism can often be theoretical rather than tangible but at Axa Amanda Blanc says they are striving hard to make it a reality.
A changing environment »
The International Underwriting Association has identified some key changes to the insurance environment globally in its latest market research, as The Journal explores.
Ageing world poses new risks »
A new report from Swiss Re suggests people across the world are woefully unprepared for the costs of long-term care in old age. However, the report also suggests private insurance is among the solutions.
Is stress the elephant in the boardroom? »
The CII Underwriting Faculty New Generation Group 2014 has spent the past year looking at the issue of stress and their new paper calls for the insurance industry to take action, as Jennifer Brough reports. 
Model Behaviour »
Modelling highly uncertain risks such as space weather is a complex process that still leaves a degree of material uncertainty. But, writes Trevor Maynard, it is better to try than to merely hope for the best.
The Journal December-January (full issue) »
The full issue of the Journal for December 2014/January 2015.
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