For all their advantages, autonomous ships will carry unique risks that the industry needs to carefully consider, executive says
Every insurer has their strengths – but which ones have risen to be among the top 10 in the world?
Could the Griswold family’s 1989 Christmas been saved? One insurer has taken an in-depth analysis on just what coverages could have helped sort out the mess.
The creation of a Canadian Managing General Agents association may be just around the corner, as MGAs throughout the country can expect to see membership invitations anytime now.
Insurers have always been pretty good at risk assessment – but even a broker is tempted to join in the frenzy that is Black Friday shopping.
There were a couple of premium drops and one bump up for one insurer after looking at the numbers for the past nine months.
One global specialty insurer has announced the appointment of a new head of market management responsible for the oversight, service and growth of Canadian brokers and clients.
When the 2008 financial crisis sent the economy south, family entertainment expenses followed. But recent trends suggest that families are ready to start indulging in some of life’s lighter pleasures.
A bill that passed third reading last week would place strict liability and compulsory pollution insurance on ship owners, should the Senate pass it into law.
Although arctic shipping routes offer an attractive and lucrative alternative to current trade routes, ships and crews are currently lacking in preparedness and experience to exploit it, says an expert in marine insurance.
As the Panama Canal prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary, insurers are warning of the increased risks that will arise from its plan to double the cargo-carrying capacity of ships transiting one of the world’s most important waterways.