New regulatory regime and new problems, or opportunities

The clock has been ticking fast in the run up to the new regulatory regime and new problems, or opportunites, are arising all the time.

Insurers have called upon brokers to step in to the secondary insurance sector or risk huge swathes of business disappearing from the market.

Brokers could view this in a number of ways. They could see it as a chance to extend their help to a secondary market that could find itself in danger of sinking, or as an added burden they could do without, especially as

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