Insurance and Reinsurance in UK Law

  • The Construction of Terms of Facultative Reinsurance Contracts: is Wasa v Lexington the Exception or the Rule?
    • Nbr. 73-1, January 2010
    • The Modern Law Review
    Do reinsurers insure the liability faced by the reinsured under its original insurance contract? Where the reinsurance and direct insurance policies are written in identical terms, is it enough for...
    ...... v Lex ingto n the Exception or the Rule? zlem Gˇrses n Do reinsurers insure the liability faced by the reinsured under its original insurance contract? Where the reinsurance and direct insurance policies are written in identical terms, is it enough for the reinsured to proveits l iability ......
  • Mazars.
    • Nbr. 2003, May 2003
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Grewer, Claire
    • On the move - Brief Article
    ......Jones has worked as an insurance tax specialist for a number of years. He specialises in corporate tax for ... international businesses in the broking, general insurance, reinsurance and captive insurance market. . ......
  • Comment on the Decision of the House of Lords in Wasa International Insurance Co Ltd v Lexington Insurance Co [2009] UKHL 40
    • Nbr. 5-1, January 2015
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Jie Zhang
    • University of Southampton
    • 15-18
    ...... Co1 hereinafter called “Wasa v Lexington”, in which arose disputes regarding which law would be applied to the interpretation of the reinsurance contract, where the primary insurance and facultative proportional reinsurance, with an “as original” clause, were governed by different law. ......
  • Handling conflicts of interest within financial innovation. The case of regulation and supervision of Bermuda sidecars
    • Nbr. 16-4, October 2009
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 353-363
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the experience of a financial services regulator, the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA), in identifying and dealing with conflicts of interest in in...
    ......, background and contextual information on Bermuda reinsurancemarket relies on secondary sources describing and analyzing it.Findings – The ...Section 1 provides background informationon the insurance and reinsurance market in Bermuda, helping set the scene for theemergence ......
    • Nbr. 17-1, March 1979
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
    ...... Barro. A.E.I., 1978, 47 pp. $2.75. Public Insurance in Private Medical Markets: Some Problems ofNational Health ...A.E.I., 1978, 66 pp., $2.75. Unemployment Insurance: Reinsurance and Cost Equalization Proposals. A.E.I., Legislative Analyses, ......
  • Solvency II and XBRL: new rules and technologies in insurance supervision
    • Nbr. 18-2, May 2010
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 144-157
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyse the way in which the insurance industry is facing the renewal of its regulatory framework with respect to the levels of solvency that insurance enti...
    ...... in a single text, and new legislation was issued; these directives dealt withdifferent topics, such as life and non-life insurance, reinsurance, insurance groups, andwinding-up (EU Commission, 2007).Although the application of the first standards of solvency was simple and robust,and the ......
    • Nbr. 73-6, November 2010
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Metropolitan Council 976 Baker v Black Sea and Baltic General Insurance Co Ltd 125 Barings plc v Coopers & Lybrand 492 Belmont Finance ... Environments 428 Lessons from Cyberspace 903 Insurance Reinsurance 1 19 Intellectual Property NaturalRights and the Public Domain 208 ......
  • ARNOULD: LAW OF MARINE INSURANCE AND AVERAGE. Eds Jonathan Gilman, Robert Merkin, Claire Blanchard and Mark Templeman London: Sweet and Maxwell (, 2013. cxlviii + 1972 pp. ISBN 9780414024281. £375.
    • Nbr. , January 2014
    • Edinburgh Law Review
    • 166-168
    ......, in chapter five of Arnould there is an account of the private international law concerning marine insurance and reinsurance which in some thirty-one pages provides what is easily the best succinct explanation of the issues and subtleties that this reviewer has thus far ......
  • Risk management in insurance
    • Nbr. 7-1, January 1999
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 13-16
    This paper outlines the aspects of risk management that are applicable to insuring and insurance broking operations. Insurance is a risk‐accepting, rather than risk‐averse activity; thus its own ri...
    ......The risk of corporate failure by politi-cally protected niche players in small coun-tries (in life, general and reinsurance markets) will clearly be a special feature to bear in mind for anyone purchasing the products of writers that may fall into that category. Leaving ......
  • Adjustment or Voice? Corporate Responses to International Tax Competition
    • Nbr. 10-1, March 2004
    • European Journal of International Relations
    International tax competition may result in uneven tax burdens among firms competing in the same market. Disadvantaged firms can respond with market-based strategies (...
    ...... tax competition ♦ globalization ♦ fiscal policy ♦ insurance ♦ political economy Introduction Research on international tax ...firms in their home market because they concentrated mainly on reinsurance. Reinsurance is only a rather small par t of the total US insurance ......
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