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Going for gold

Emma Jack, Fri, 24 Sep 2021
Emma Jack explains the risks involved when moving top-level competition horses around the globe to compete in events and how they are insured
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Liberty's Cyber cell underpins sustainable underwriting

Jonathan Rigby, Matthew Hogg, Thu, 02 Sep 2021
LSM discusses how cyber threats are changing unlike any other peril such as natural catastrophe or systemic risk with a global, cross-class impact.
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Helping women heal a post Covid world

Edith Quintrell, Sam Wilde, Thu, 12 Aug 2021
LSM's FRS team explains why in Covid-hit emerging markets, it's important to invest in women’s entrepreneurship and SMEs to support economic growth.
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Rethinking catastrophe claims

Andrew Pedler, Francisco Javier Guardia, Thu, 04 Feb 2021
Andrew Pedler and Francisco Javier Guardia explain how Liberty Specialty Markets’ approach to natural catastrophe claims is evolving.
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Protecting Intellectual Property in the new world order

Matthew Hogg, Edward Cartwright, Mon, 25 Jan 2021
In the new world order ushered in by COVID-19, innovation, competition and litigation are likely to increase as businesses adapt to new ways of working and focus on building and protecting market share. In the aftermath of the pandemic, as recessionary forces start to bear down, businesses need to consider how they protect their assets.
Why art fairs put good underwriting on display
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Why art fairs put good underwriting on display

David Saillen, Mon, 14 Sep 2020
David Saillen, Liberty Specialty Markets’ Head of Fine Art and Specie for Continental Europe, reveals how his team manages the aggregation of risk created by major art fairs.
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Insuring the world’s greatest art exhibitions

Robert Pittinger, Tue, 21 Jul 2020
Major art exhibitions that feature some of the world’s most treasured masterpieces create a unique space for curators and scholars to further their research and provides the opportunity for museumgoers to see these great works for the first time. What visitors don’t see is the complex logistical operation that goes on behind the scenes.
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The changing landscape

Ross Drabble, Mon, 15 Jun 2020
Social evolution and new technologies are driving change in the fine art and specie market. Liberty Specialty Market’s Ross Drabble considers how London’s underwriters deal with emerging risks like interactive digital art.
When art becomes the object of hate
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When art becomes the object of hate

Mike Burle, Wed, 20 May 2020
No matter how well protected, any work of art on public display is vulnerable to damage – either accidental or deliberate. Michael Burle, explains how fine art underwriters balance the desire for access with the need for security.
Why talent is in the eye of the beholder
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Why talent is in the eye of the beholder

Matthew Moore, Wed, 22 Apr 2020
True talent is the rare commodity for which modern organisations cry out. Yet too many large corporates fail to spot the talent that exists right under their noses. Matthew Moore considers why.