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The Insurance Tree: Introduction
The ‘magic’ of insurance Whether a natural or legal entity, we are all subject to risk. Sometimes with unpleasant consequences. Often, people take risks deliberately with the intention to make a...
Thinking about the consequences of Consequential Loss
When it comes to Engineering Insurance Consequential Loss, there are various policies that can be considered. These policies are designed and intended to provide for Consequential Loss following an...
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By George Jennings & Kobus van Niekerk On September 2nd, 1666, a fire broke out in Pudding Lane, London close to where the monument now stands. When this memorable fire had run its course some days...
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By George Jennings & Kobus van Niekerk Most short-term insurance policies covering material or property damage have an inception date, expiry date and/or renewal date, be it a monthly, annual, or a...
Is your insurance tailor-made to your requirements?
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