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Kennedys has appointed partner Tobin Ashby to its growing corporate insurance, financial regulation and products practice as part of a strategic drive to expand its non-contentious services to the insurance sector.
The Australian Government has announced that it is undertaking a review of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the “Privacy Act”) and consider options for reform. The review is the latest step in a series of proposals to reform the Privacy Act that commenced early last year.
Kennedys’ claims handling team has taken on its first two apprentices as part of the firm’s pioneering apprenticeship programme which began in 2012 and this year sees 11 new apprentices join the firm.
In this episode, our Cyber Sounds team of Tom Pelham, Ollie Dent and Elizabeth Bardsley are joined by Harry Tucker, Cyber Claims Specialist at AXIS Capital. The team discuss setting out in and understanding cyber insurance, sophisticated hacking tactics and the cultural differences in the market, and play ‘Hacklanta’.
We’re very pleased to announce a collaboration with AXIS Insurance, the specialty insurance business segment of AXIS Capital Holdings Limited, to jointly launch the AXIS Marine Cyber Insurance product.
The Bermuda Monetary Authority issued on 30 September 2020 the Insurance Sector Operational Cyber Risk Management Code of Conduct in its final form after submitting a draft for consultation to the industry in the late 2019.
Recent insurer registrations reported by the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) show that Bermuda continues to deliver on its established reputation for finding innovative solutions for capacity shortages.
The fifth episode of the second series of Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, launched today and is now available.
In this first episode, our Cyber Sounds team of Partners Tom Pelham and Ollie Dent and Associate Elizabeth Bardsley are joined by Ash Burdon, Cyber Claims Manager at CFC Underwriting.
Last Saturday saw a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions with the opening of certain businesses and venues in England including cafes, restaurants and pubs. The government’s guidance to these businesses includes requirements around personal data capture.