Sexual Harassment Litigation Climbs to One of Top Risks for 2018

The Time Magazine people of the year were 6 women who personified the movement to highlight the prevalence of sexual harassment globally. An ABC News-Washington Post poll released on October 17, 2017 reported that more than half of all American women—54%—have experienced “unwanted and inappropriate sexual advances” at some point in their lives. And no industry is immune.

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January 2018 Index [ISSN #0892-0540 Vol. 52, No. 1 (print); ISSN #2165-2740 Vol. 21, No. 1 (digital)]

Editor’s Letter

  • Will the UK’s exit from the EU allow for an insurance-specific free trade agreement or not?
  • Will Aon redomicile to the US?
  • How the new US corporate tax plan affects most industries: one’s missing
  • Expert commentary – available options

Africa

Tanzania

  • Insurance Legislation Update – December 15, 2017: Conditions for dealing with foreign reinsurers and reinsurance brokers – David Nolan, AIB Brokers

Americas

Bermuda / US

  • US Tax Reforms – What Does This Mean For Bermuda? – Helena Coates, EC3 Legal

The United States

  •    Sexual Harassment Litigation Climbs to One of Top Risks for 2018 – Abdallah Ahmed, Clements Worldwide
  •    Careful how you code: Cyber-terrorism coverage under TRIA and stand-alone cyber policies – Jason Krauss, Willis Towers Watson

Europe

Germany

  • Doom scenarios are completely unfounded – Franz-Josef Hahn, Peak Re

Hungary

  • Only 1.8% of the registered vehicles do not buy MTPL insurance – Daniela Ghetu, XPRIMM

Turkey

  • Turkey to establish a nuclear insurance pool, under TCIP’s management – Daniel Ghetu, XPRIMM

Asia & Oceania

China

  • Chubb Announces Strategic Cooperation Agreement with China’s PICC Property & Casualty Company

The Back Page

Words and Definitions to help insurance professionals – Insurance fraud detection in the UK and Germany