Posts Tagged ‘Netherlands’



May 31st, 2017

Guy Carpenter Appoints Hans van Oort as Managing Director of Benelux Operations

Posted at 11:00 PM ET

Guy Carpenter & Company today announced the appointment of Hans van Oort as Managing Director, Guy Carpenter Benelux, effective December 1, to further strengthen the regional team.

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January 19th, 2016

Guy Carpenter Appoints Susanne Miller-van der Schild as Managing Director of Benelux Operations

Posted at 11:45 PM ET

Guy Carpenter & Company today announced the appointment of Susanne Miller-van der Schild as Managing Director, Guy Carpenter Benelux, effective February 1.

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September 2nd, 2015

Guy Carpenter Completes Development of Probabilistic European Hail Model

Posted at 3:45 AM ET

Guy Carpenter today announced the completion of the final phase in the development of its pioneering probabilistic European hail model. The enhancements to the G-CAT® Hail Model expand the number of countries covered by the model to include Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.

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July 9th, 2014

Guy Carpenter Appoints CEO Of Benelux Region

Posted at 11:15 PM ET

Guy Carpenter today announced the appointment of Roelant de Haas as CEO of the Benelux region, effective September 1. He succeeds Wim Raeymaekers who takes up the position of Chairman of the region and will be focused on developing clients and markets.

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September 11th, 2012

Guy Carpenter Report Details European Legislative Developments for Casualty Insurance Market

Posted at 11:30 PM ET

Guy Carpenter issued its semiannual analysis of key European legislative developments affecting the casualty insurance industry. Produced in collaboration with law firm Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek and its network of legal experts across Continental Europe, the report, Recent Legislative and Judicial Developments in Continental Europe Affecting the Casualty Insurance Industry, analyzes the most impactful and significant legislative changes and judicial developments across 11 jurisdictions, which include:

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May 3rd, 2012

Continental European Legislative and Judicial Trends: Book 10 of the Dutch Civil Code - Consolidation and Codification of Dutch Private International Law

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Background

Since 1980, a large number of issues from Dutch Private International Law (PIL) have been regulated by statute. Legislation established Book 10 of the Dutch Civil Code. It consists of a compilation of all relevant statutes into the “PIL Act” and includes an introductory title containing general provisions. The compilation project included a careful examination of existing provisions in light of the proposed general provisions and of case law since the individual statutes had come into force. No significant amendments were found necessary except in the title of divorce. However, the conflict-of-law acts were not consolidated in Book 10 concerning three subjects - life insurance, general insurance and unlawful acts - because the Rome I and Rome II regulations (EU regulations governing contractual and noncontractual obligations) cover these.

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April 24th, 2012

European Countries Face Continued Challenges Adapting Local Legislation to EU Legal Requirements

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Guy Carpenter published its semiannual report on key legislative developments in Europe affecting liability insurers and reinsurers. A number of these developments underscore the challenges in adapting local legislation and jurisprudence to European Union (EU) and international law.

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January 30th, 2012

January 2012 Reinsurance Renewal: Benelux

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

Primary insurance premium rates increased in the Benelux private sector between 2 percent and 5 percent, though the reasons differed for the various classes of business and territories. In Belgium residential property, for example, minor winter and summer storms in 2010 and 2011 as well as some small floods, led to unsatisfactory results. In the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg motor insurers had to cope with unsatisfactory results because of increased losses.

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November 17th, 2011

Conclusion: Recent Legislative and Judicial Developments in Continental Europe Affecting the Casualty Insurance Industry, Fall 2011

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A broad diversity of topics is investigated in our latest update:

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