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Berlin-Based Insurtech Firm Coya Launches with Home Content Insurance – as a Start
Insurtech startup Coya has launched home content insurance cover, designed to be “affordable, transparent and easily accessible.” But Berlin-based Coya said home insurance is just the start and many other forms of insurance are planned. Coya’s flexible contracts can be …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 10:36 AM
Insured Losses from China’s Typhoon Mangkhut Estimated at US$1B-US$2B: AIR
Industry insured losses from Typhoon Mangkhut in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau will be between US$1 billion and US$2 billion, according to catastrophe risk modeling firm AIR Worldwide. After making landfall in the Philippines, Typhoon Mangkhut doused a less …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 9:31 AM
AXA XL Names Moniz & Scully to Lead Excess Casualty Teams in Bermuda, Dublin, Respectively
AXA XL announced two senior promotions within its Excess Casualty Insurance business. Effective immediately Vivienne Moniz and Elaine Scully have been appointed as head of Excess Casualty, Bermuda, and head of Excess Casualty, Dublin, respectively. Their responsibilities will include driving …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 9:06 AM
UK Financial Firms Expect 5,766 Jobs to Move in Event of Hard Brexit: Reuters Survey
As few as 630 UK-based finance jobs have been shifted or created overseas so far ahead of Brexit, while the number of jobs that UK-based financial institutions said they expected to move in the event of a “hard” Brexit is …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 8:29 AM
As Brexit Day Nears, 630 UK Financial Services Jobs Have Shifted to EU, Reuters Finds
As few as 630 UK-based finance jobs have been shifted or created overseas with just six months to go before Brexit, a far lower total than banks said could move after Britain’s surprise vote to leave the European Union, according …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 8:08 AM
Congress on Track to Double Size of U.S. Overseas Investment Agency
The head of the main U.S. agency for aiding developing country infrastructure projects said on Monday the ability to extend funding for such investments is expected to double if new legislation is approved by the U.S. Congress. Ray Washburne, president …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 5:00 AM
NAMIC Honors Rochman with Chairman’s Award
The insurance trade group National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies presented its Chairman’s Award to Julie Rochman, former president and CEO of the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety, at the association’s annual convention in San Antonio. “Through her …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 5:00 AM
Workers Overdose On the Job and Employers Struggle to Respond
PORTLAND, Ore. — Jimmy Sullivan prepared for his job as a bricklayer the same way every morning for years: injecting a shot of heroin before leaving his car. The first time he overdosed on the job, in 2013 at a …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 5:00 AM
U.S. Safety Agency Targets Pilot Fatigue with Technology, Stricter Work Rules
U.S. accident investigators probing a San Francisco incident last year in which a jetliner was mere feet from landing on top of at least one other plane are poised to recommend new automated safety warnings and better pilot-fatigue protections. An …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 5:00 AM
Georgia Jury Awards Family $31M Over Boy’s Botched Circumcision
A law firm says a Georgia jury has awarded $31 million to a boy for a botched circumcision he received as a newborn. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the award was handed down Friday in northern Georgia’s Clayton County. A lawsuit …

POSTED SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 4:45 AM

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