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Opinion: Why you should pursue subrogation more often

January 7, 2021 Wilfred Tioh, SIAdvisers Consulting & Solutions

The most lucrative opportunities are often hidden in plain sight, and that is true of subrogation. Subrogation has long been overlooked as an opportunity for insurers to generate a lucrative revenue stream and improve long-term business. A detailed investigation for first-party

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Opinion: Looking to acquire? Don’t forget about intellectual property

November 19, 2020 Kristian Kolsaker and Angus Marshall, CFC Underwriting

Intellectual property rights are a crucial part of any merger or acquisition so it’s important, whether you are engaging in an industry merger or advising clients on a deal, to consider ways to avoid potential infringements. Intellectual property (IP) has

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Opinion: Are your clients buying enough E&O coverage?

June 1, 2020 By Tom Chaplin, CFC Underwriting

Your clients are putting themselves at greater risk if they’re relying on general liability instead of proper errors and omissions coverage to guard against any issues that may arise. The responsibility falls to brokers to ensure their clients have the

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Opinion: Is insurance a commodity?

May 13, 2020 Lisa Smith and Chloe Beaini, Capco

Part One explored why people buy online, and digital advantages. Now we look at whether or not the insurance product has become commoditized.   As digital marketplaces continue to commoditize products, it’s time to look at this industry and wonder