Global Reinsurance, Omission Is Not An Option – June 2006

Synopsis: Peter Dunlop reveals the dangers of failing to deal effectively with the issue of governing law. The Issue of a policy’s governing law may not feature too prominently in the minds of underwriters, who are primarily focussed on such commercial considerations as premium income, underwriting limits and outwards reinsurance.

Authors: Peter Dunlop

Published: Global Reinsurance, June 2011

Available: Global Reinsurance

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