Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
December 3, 2014
Embargo as an International

Sanction (Part II)

Some insurance products or activities must comply with economic sanctions, particularly with those related to trade. Insurance companies established measures, such as the creation of standardized insurance clauses for certain types of contracts, in order to adapt to these sanctions.
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Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
November 19, 2014
Embargo as an International

Sanction (PART I)

While I was writing this article, I finally confirmed a thought I have been sustaining for over ten years: “We are at war. An unnamed war that I believe falls into the category of ‘economic war’.”
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Anne Taylor
Anne Taylor
November 12, 2014
Are we ready to market the millenials
The Millennium generation (born between 1980 and 2000) is often viewed by marketers as one of the most valuable segments of the population, mainly due to the powerful combination of the group’s massive size and strong purchasing power.
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Kelly Parker
Kelly Parker
October 29, 2014
Surety Bonds to Replace Letters of Credit
Businesses of all types may need to post letters of credit as a security for contractual, payment and many other types of obligations. But what if we could provide an alternative solution for some of these requirements?
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Cathy Wilson
Cathy Wilson
October 22, 2014
Cyber-Risk and Insurance
Cyber-risk is defined as any risk of financial loss, disruption of services or damage to the reputation of an organisation caused by a failure of its information technology systems.
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Rick Adam
Rick Adam
October 8, 2014
Having Fun with Sprinklers
Recently I called a client to get some information about their fire protection system. I was asking in particular about the sprinkler systems.
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Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
September 17, 2014
Political, sovereign, country and systemic risks: new risks or new reality? (PART II)
When Lehman Brothers, an American bank who played a part in the outbreak of the “2008 financial crisis”, went bankrupt in 2008, a wave of panic sparked throughout the global financial system, but also among companies.
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