In this edition of Insurance focus, we consider recent developments in the regulatory landscape across our global practice.
October 13, 2015
A new approach to ensuring that individuals with responsibility for management and governance in insurance firms is being introduced by the UK regulators.
Natasha Hawkins comments below on this recent decision by Mrs Justice Carr, which considers the circumstances in which insurers are entitled to avoid an insurance po
The Enterprise Bill which had its first reading in the House of Lords on September 16 proposes an amendment to the Insurance Act 2015 to enable insureds to claim dam
The European Commission’s Green Paper on Financial Services and Insurance looks to innovative technologies as the solution to the perceived failure of...
Reform in Singapore; MOFCOM sanctions six companies for failing to notify reportable transactions
October 09, 2015
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement’s (CETA) novel investment protection provisions provide a measured – and timely – response to criticisms directed...
October 07, 2015
We speak to Lim Seok Hui about her first two years running the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, the prospects for Singapore’s new mediation centre and...
Challenges of arbitral awards in the Singapore courts on the basis of a breach of natural justice are on the rise – while success rates are notoriously low.
Two recent cases have shaken up the approach most often taken by tribunals in situations where states raise jurisdictional issues in state investor proceedings,...
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