Monthly Archives: July 2011

Metanoia [Tongue-in-cheek but all true]

Recently I was engaged in a few interesting exchanges of opinion with colleagues from the financial services industry. I would like to make reference to two of these and entwine them into the fabric of this article. The first comment … Continue reading

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Awaiting the Phoenix [with reference to the UAE Insurance Market]

Years ago, as a general insurance underwriter I used to be intrigued by how little importance clients (or indeed their brokers) gave to debris removal when calculating a sum insured. Not only could debris removal costs be substantial, but a … Continue reading

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