Expert views and insight across our specialist areas.
Q&A with Miller's Richard Griffiths
A syndicated loans market veteran, Richard joined Miller’s credit and political risks team in 2019. We caught up with him on his banking career, what he’s observed so far and why he believes credit insurance is a good choice for financial institutions.
Update from the Credit & Political Risks Insurance market
The Credit Political Risks Insurance market has seen continued pricing increases, new entrants starting to write business and the launch of Dialogue, a new independent and global digital marketplace specifically for credit insurance.
Green and sustainability-linked loans: an insurance market perspective on ESG financing
As the financing of green and sustainability-linked loans continues to build pace, we reflect on the recent developments in the loan market and how the insurance market is itself evolving to meet the shared challenges and opportunities.
Underwriter roundtable: African sovereign risk outlook
We recently spoke to three experienced credit and political risk underwriters to gauge their thoughts on how Covid-19 continues to shape insurance market perceptions of African sovereign risk.
Personal accident insurance - a holistic approach to employee duty of care
For many of us, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed working life in countless ways. From an improved work / life balance through working from home to increased mental health issues from extended isolation. Whatever the impact, the health and wellbeing of employees has jumped to the top of the list and personal accident insurance is proving a helpful and holistic solution for employers.
2021 in Motorsport Mapping the Risks in an Intriguing Year
Over the past few weekends, the lights went out and away we went on the 2021 Formula One and MotoGP seasons as well as the brand-new series Extreme E, a landmark moment as motorsport returned for what will be one of its most eagerly anticipated years yet.
Marine Liability market - a look back at Q1
A look back at market conditions, rates and capacity during the 20/2 renewals.
Harnessing the power of data
Capturing, understanding and harnessing the power of data is vital in today’s competitive and evolving marine market. Actuarial insight is becoming a core part of our offering to clients, demonstrated by the appointment of our new actuary, Fiona McPartland, and extension of our relationship with the Concirrus Quest (Quest) platform.
The wrong side of the tracks - rail liabilities and insurance
The number of development projects adjacent to railway infrastructure has increased significantly, facilitated in part by Transport for London releasing a large number of trackside sites for regeneration. These working environments carry specific and complex liability risks, which must be understood and managed to ensure both project success and payout of claims in the event of a loss. Our Head of UK Construction, Dave Cahill explains.