Category Archives: Governance

2012’s soothsayer

How I wish that the end of year results would prove me wrong because that would mean that insurance companies in the United Arab Emirates performed better than expected. I had lunch with a chief underwriting officer of one of … Continue reading

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Spoken in Jest? All true

I recently contacted a few regional ‘A’ rated insurance companies, in preparation for a corporate governance article, to get sound-bites from chief executives or managing directors on the drivers of corporate governance in our industry in the United Arab Emirates. … Continue reading

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Psychopathy versus governance

[http://www.insuranceinsight.com/insurance-insight/analysis/2191211/psychopathy-versus-governance] Having recently relocated from Qatar back to Dubai I had the unenviable task of sorting through the various insurance and risk related books and papers I accumulated over the years. I do not know whether it was the mood … Continue reading

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