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Technical articles | 30 Jan 2013
Environmental issues are no longer a side issue for large organisations. Alan Dobson gives a run down of the risks and how firms can counter them...
Lectures | 23 Oct 2013
In this 30-minute CPD video seminar, we look at two environmental developments and their implications for the insurance industry, from brokers and underwriters through to claims handlers. 
Lectures | 28 Sep 2012
Property investors insurance is not just about bricks and mortar. This seminar covers directors' and officers' risks for the property industry; professional indemnity; environmental insurance for property owners and engineering in the real estate sector. Speakers include Paul Atherton, Vict...
Lectures | 01 Mar 2011
Analysing the risks brought by renewable energy - wind, solar, hydro- and bio-, lecture delivered by Steve R Kelly, Martin Harris and Simon Kirk (Renewable Energy, RSA Group) 23 March 2011.
Lectures | 01 Mar 2010
Gradual pollution - A property or casualty line of business? Lecture delivered by Wayne Harrington (UK & Ireland Manager - Environmental Risks, ACE European Group Ltd.) on 16 March 2010.
Legal digest | 01 Aug 2009
Background Lexington wrote environmental risk damage insurance for various sites of a US aluminum company, Alcoa. The period of cover was expressed to be from 1 July 1977 to 1 July 1980. Lexington reinsured the risk with Wasa and others under a facultative policy that provided cover in r...
Lectures | 24 Jan 2007
An update on the Environmental Liability Directive. Lecture delivered by Valerie Fogleman (Lovells Visiting Professor, University of Ghent) on 24 January 2007.
CII Library | Article | Published 10-2014
A small group of insurers is beginning to see long-term value in considering environmental, social and governance factors in their decision-making. But pricing these risks into theur models is challenging. Insurance risk, vol. 10 no. 9 (Oct 2014), pp 30-33
Lectures | 02 Apr 2014
Energy contracts are characterised by high values and high risks, often in remote locations. This talk outlines the character of those liabilities and how they are commonly insured.
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