Pro-cyclists are among the hardest of all athletes to insure, but that doesn’t deter Lloyd’s specialist underwriters.
As the world grows ever more dependent on satellite technology, space operators are beginning to face up to an increasing threat from cyber attacks, according to Denis Bensoussan, Head of Space at Beazley.
Big sporting events can mean big money for advertisers and sponsors. But with the costs of potential scandals involving premiership footballers and other leading sports celebrities, these campaigns can come at a price.
Race-goers and tennis fans will be praying for good weather in the next few weeks as the British summer sporting calendar gets into full swing with Royal Ascot this week and Wimbledon on Monday.
Construction underwriters ready their capacity for the UK’s 40bn high-speed rail network.
Lloyd’s has predicted that based on insurable value, Germany has the most expensive team competing in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and therefore should come away with the prize in Rio.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) focused on Asia's natural catastrophes exposures in a recent report, calling on Lloyd's research to voice its concern about the region's high level of underinsurance.
Errors and omissions liability can be so costly for technology companies as to be catastrophic. A new consortium at Lloyd’s has brought together the capacity and claims expertise designed to help businesses protect themselves against an E&O bombshell.
The first-ever African catastrophe insurance pool has been launched to cover drought losses in five countries, with the hope that it will expand over time to encompass more of the African countries within the World Food Programme.