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Market Conditions 2019: Kidnap & Ransom Insurance

The marketplace for Kidnap and Ransom (K&R) insurance remained stable and competitive through 2018. Premiums are as low as $400 per million limit for companies with limited foreign exposure (locations or travel). For companies with higher exposures including foreign travel and locations, premium is around $1,000–$3,000 per million of coverage limit. Coverage is broad, but broker expertise is needed to ensure the policy contains all applicable enhancements, such as Workplace Violence, Child Abduction and Cyber Terrorism.

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Market Conditions 2019: Healthcare

2018 was another year of continued consolidation and turbulence in the U.S. healthcare industry. M&A continues at a very brisk pace; maintaining the aggressive trend of over 220 M&A deals per quarter, as has been the case for the past several years, according to Health Research Institute at PricewaterhouseCoopers. This pace of transactions has resulted in an uptick of both new growth opportunities and heightened risk in all areas of the U.S. healthcare industry.

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Merger Objection Lawsuits: An Update

A few years ago, merger objection suits were the subject of highly charged press. In some cases, merger objection suits resulted in large sums changing hands, a fact not often found in articles about this subject. No matter what the outcome, however, the “wave” of merger objection suits rarely derailed the transaction.

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