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The Lockton Malta team are empowered to make decisions quickly and are agile, proactive and driven in approach. We forge long-term partnerships that count for more than the value of any fee arrangement. We act as strategic partners, contributing to the success of your business beyond the obvious provision of insurance cover.

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Lockton Malta Team

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Joanne Alamango

CEO - Lockton Malta
joanne.alamango@lockton.com
+356 2011 9708

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Mario Xuereb

Deputy CEO - Malta
mario.xuereb@lockton.com

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Maria Farrugia

Associate
maria.farrugia@lockton.com

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Sonia Micallef ACII

Account Executive - Malta
sonia.micallef@lockton.com

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Fine art and specie, particularly when they are of high value, tend not to be appropriately insured when included in property cover as they often require more specialised attention. Understanding the different treatment fine art and specie require in the underwriting process is crucial to restore the value of these assets following a loss event. The benefits of separating fine art and specie from property cover

Inside Risk: Fire protection impairment management

Fixed fire protection systems such as sprinklers are an effective way to control or suppress a fire in its early stages, limiting the potential loss to the property and the business, as well as the risk to life. However, to be effective, fire protection systems need to be available (not impaired), reliable (maintained) and adequate. Fire protection impairments continue to be one of the most common reasons for sprinkler failure and this risk needs to be addressed with a robust fire protection impairment programme.Fixed fire protection systems such as sprinklers are an effective way to control or suppress a fire in its early stages, limiting the potential loss to the property and the business, as well as the risk to life. However, to be effective, fire protection systems need to be available (not impaired), reliable (maintained) and adequate. Fire protection impairments continue to be one of the most common reasons for sprinkler failure and this risk needs to be addressed with a robust fire protection impairment programme.

The potential pitfalls of green hushing

A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.A growing number of companies are choosing not to publicise details of their climate change targets to avoid scrutiny, accountability, and potential lawsuits. The strategy labelled “green hushing” is a reaction to a series of greenwashing allegations and legal challenges businesses have faced, but it comes with its own risks.

AI risks: what directors and officers need to know

All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place. All new technologies carry risks when introduced on an enterprise level. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception, and directors and officers may find themselves in the crosshairs should negative repercussions arise from the use of such tools. 

To be prepared for the potential regulatory scrutiny or claims activity that comes along with the introduction of a new technology, it is imperative that boards carefully consider the introduction of AI, and ensure sufficient risk mitigation measures are in place.
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