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Dealing with darkness

David Saillen, Tue, 07 Feb 2023
With no end in sight for the global energy crisis, it’s increasingly likely that we could face blackouts. Without forward planning, this could have a detrimental impact on the precious objects and works of art that are displayed and stored in museums and galleries across the world.
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How Insurers can help the art world cut emissions

David Saillen, Thu, 13 Jan 2022
Artists have made a stand against climate change, but what can the art world do to reduce emissions? David Saillen thinks insurers can support them.
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The Swiss M&A insurance market

Markus Hefel, Daniel Müller, Wed, 25 Aug 2021
Switzerland is a surprisingly ‘hot’ market for M&A activity. It is a market which sees many foreign investors who are attracted by the well-established regulatory regime, the high levels of market and corporate stability and the long-term growth seen by many Swiss companies.
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Why it's time to give our data away

Matthew Moore, Thu, 01 Jul 2021
Rather than hoarding data within corporate bodies, we need to be sharing it, says GRS President of Underwriting (formerly President and Managing Director of Liberty Specialty Markets), Matthew Moore.
Why art fairs put good underwriting on display

Why art fairs put good underwriting on display

David Saillen, Mon, 14 Sep 2020

Carrying the future, piece by piece

Christopher Hicks, Richard Stewart, Thu, 03 Oct 2019

Reconstructing the value chain

Andrew Pedler, Wed, 12 Feb 2020
Time to think the unthinkable

Time to think the unthinkable

Stuart Sutherland, Tue, 07 Aug 2018

Laying the foundations of the future

Darren Smart, Patrick Bravery, Thu, 21 Dec 2017