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Insurance Market Conditions & Trends 2016/17

Helen Faulkner

Curated By Helen Faulkner

Updated on 15 February 2017

The Insurance Market Conditions and Trends report is DAC Beachcroft's insurance sector flagship publication. Now in its tenth year, the report continues to provide insight and commentary on key issues that are likely to have the greatest impact on the insurance market over the coming year and beyond.

This year's report offers 50 predictions across the market; four in-depth analysis articles tackling connectivity and ethical data policies, fraud, cyber related business interruption and regulatory developments; and a round-up of key legislative, judicial, regulatory and procedural developments from the last 12 months.

To mark the tenth year of its publication, we reflect on the legal landscape ten years ago and consider how insurers can prepare for the next decade, highlighting the importance of scenario planning for critical uncertainties. We also consider the implications of Brexit on the insurance sector.

All content is available within this Collection. However, if you would like to view the entire publication as a pdf, please click here.

If you would like to view our previous reports, please contact Charlotte Shakespeare.

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