In House: Running the risk
The ever-increasing weight of insurance premiums has forced UK businesses to be more creative in their approach to risk management, but should they also be expecting help from other quarters? Philip Hoult reports
UK businesses are turning to self-insurance arrangements and tackling their risk profile as they grapple with rapidly increasing premiums and more stringent limitations on their insurance cover, the latest Legal Director Benchmarker, conducted in association with Davies Arnold Cooper (DAC), has found.
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