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Liquidators of insurance companies face (re)insurance problems
This decision may undercut the normal policy that reinsurance proceeds should be quarantined from paying out creditors.
Australia
18 Aug 2015
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Include me out: exclusion clauses, reinsurance, and section 18B of the Insurance Act
High Court rules that exclusion clauses and limitations have a precise meaning separate to the scope of insurance cover.
Australia
11 Oct 2011
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New Queensland Reconstruction Authority will have broad planning powers
Broad new planning powers will be vested in the Queensland Reconstruction Authority under the Queensland Reconstruction Authority Bill, which was passed by State Parliament on 17 February 2011.
Australia
20 Feb 2011
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Gordian Runoff v Westport Important for the Insurance Industry and Arbitration Users in All Sectors
The recent case of Gordian Runoff Limited v Westport Insurance Corporation [2010] NSWCA 57 gives arbitration users more confidence as to the finality of arbitral awards by confirming that the grounds for challenging an award are very limited. It also recognises the importance of upholding arbitration's key attributes of providing a commercial resolution in an efficient and timely manner, by not imposing on arbitrators the same procedural formalities and technicalities applied to judges (such as
Australia
19 Apr 2010
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"Back-To-Back" Contracts Of Reinsurance Can Lead To Face-Off In Court If Not Drafted Correctly
Do so-called "back-to-back" reinsurance contracts provide cover co-extensive with the insurance, particularly where similar terminology is used?
Australia
24 Aug 2009
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What´s Covered, And What´s Excluded? Contracts Of Reinsurance And Section 18B
The NSW Supreme Court has confirmed that contracts of reinsurance are subject to the beneficial operation of section 18B of the NSW Insurance Act 1902 - and that exclusions and limitations have a precise meaning separate to the scope of cover.
Australia
22 Apr 2009
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APRA Eases Up On Recognition Of Reinsurance Recoverables
Insurers should welcome the latest changes to APRA's package of refinements to the general insurance prudential framework, as they will allow unsecured reinsurance recoverables from non-APRA authorised reinsurers to be recognised.
Australia
1 May 2008
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Praise The Lords: HIH Reinsurance Money Coming Home
After a legal battle lasting almost three years, HIH's UK reinsurance money is coming to Australia.
Australia
30 Apr 2008
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What´s A Payment "Under" A Reinsurance Contract?
Can the liquidator of an insurer avoid the requirement to forward reinsurance payouts to the parties it has insured?
Australia
15 Feb 2008
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APRA Reforms Released For Public Comment
A set of proposals released by Australia's prudential regulator APRA clarifies and modifies its regulation of insurers and reinsurers.
Australia
 
17 Sep 2007
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DOFI Bill Strikes Balance
The long-awaited bill regulating activities of direct offshore foreign insurers ("DOFIs") in Australia has finally been released.
Australia
 
9 Aug 2007
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Mediation - A Rival To Arbitration In Reinsurance Disputes?
Reinsurers must be fully informed about all aspects of the dispute resolution process before they choose to include clauses restricting a party to any particular means of dispute resolution.
Australia
 
31 Oct 2006
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Solvent Run-Off Scheme A First For Australia
Although widely used in the UK, solvent schemes for reinsurance run-off are only now being adopted in Australia.
Australia
3 Oct 2006
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