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For many years, leading experts in Allen & Overy's Dispute Resolution practice have been advising national and international insurers and reinsurers on the examination and enforcement of, or the defence against, claims resulting from contractual relationships with brokers, distribution partners, agents and other market participants in the insurance sector. They also represent companies in asserting insurance coverage claims against insurers or brokers.

Our clients benefit not only from our in-depth industry knowledge and particular expertise in the area of private international, commercial and procedural law but also from the fact that Allen & Overy can count on the services of highly experienced specialists when it comes to advising and representing our clients in national and international arbitration proceedings (ad-hoc and institutional proceedings) and for arbitrator work (chair, sole arbitrator, party-nominated arbitrator).

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Publications: 28 JANUARY 2021

A comparative overview of the Hong Kong and Singapore regulatory frameworks for the supervision of insurance groups

The Hong Kong government recently announced that the insurance group-wide supervision framework (GWS framework) will commence on 29 March 2021. The GWS framework will be implemented via the Insurance…

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Publications: 22 JANUARY 2021

Luxembourg insurance and reinsurance companies

The CAA extends the restrictions on dividend payments and other distributions.

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Global trends in private M&A

Publications: 13 JANUARY 2021

Global trends in private M&A

We have recently produced a client presentation on global trends in private M&A. Our findings draw on an in-depth analysis of around 1,400 private M&A deals that A&O has advised on globally, looking…

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Publications: 22 DECEMBER 2020

Singapore: Banks, asset managers and insurers to implement Monetary Authority of Singapore's (MAS) ESG Guidelines

Banks, asset managers and insurers have 18 months to introduce and implement environmental risk management practices in accordance with new Guidelines on Environmental Risk Management. 

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