New York, London and Hong Kong are top three financial centres

New York, London and Hong Kong are top three financial centres

New York, London and Hong Kong are top three financial centres

New York is still the leading financial centre in the world, followed by London and Hong Kong, according to the 25th Global Financial Centres Index, published by Z/Yen Partners and the China Development Institute. According to the index, New York remains in first place, just seven points ahead of London, with Hong Kong four points behind London in third. Singapore…

Edgar Puls to take over from Christian Hinsch at HDI Global

Edgar Puls to take over from Christian Hinsch at HDI Global

Edgar Puls to take over from Christian Hinsch at HDI Global

Christian Hinsch will step down from his role as CEO of HDI Global, the industrial lines insurer of Talanx group, after its AGM on 9 May and will be replaced by Edgar Puls. Mr Puls is currently in charge of HDI Global’s property, engineering, marine, multi-risk and European division. Talanx said the move completes a “generational renewal” at board level.…

Storm Eberhard insured losses up to €1.5bn: AIR

Storm Eberhard insured losses up to €1.5bn: AIR

Storm Eberhard insured losses up to €1.5bn: AIR

Insured losses from winter Storm Eberhard will range between €900m and €1.5bn, with the majority coming in Germany, according to AIR Worldwide. AIR’s loss estimate includes property damage and business interruption. Eberhard first struck the UK, the Netherlands and Belgium on 9 March. It then moved onto Germany before heading further east to Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland. The…

Food sector dominates EU recalls

Food sector dominates EU recalls

Food sector dominates EU recalls

Recalls across the EU remained steady in 2018, with Q4 figures slightly above average for electronic and food recalls but down a touch for the automotive and toy industries, according to a report from Stericycle analysing recalls issued through the European Commission’s alert systems…

Netherlands, Germany and UK record most GDPR breach notices

Netherlands, Germany and UK record most GDPR breach notices

Netherlands, Germany and UK record most GDPR breach notices

More than 59,000 personal data breaches have been reported across Europe since the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), with the Netherlands, Germany and UK most affected, according to new analysis from DLA Piper. Despite this, only 91 GDPR fines have been imposed, but the law firm expects higher numbers in 2019…

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