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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Autumn/Winter 2014

Welcome to the Autumn/Winter edition of the Equinox newsletter. I was delighted to be able to welcome so many of you to our annual seminar, ‘Underwriting the Future: How Technology will Impact your Business’ in September.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Summer 2014

Welcome to the Equinox Summer Newsletter - Equinox has had a successful start to the year, thanks to the support of our clients and brokers and have increased our gross written premiums by 43% compared to 2013.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Autumn/Winter 2013

Welcome to the Equinox Autumn/Winter Newsletter - On 1st November, we are celebrating the three year anniversary since the start up of Equinox and it also marks the start of our new binding authority arrangements.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Spring 2013

Welcome to the Equinox Spring Newsletter - it has been a good start to the year so far. We've opened our new branch in Germany under Henning Siess, having launched our new German language product. Another new joiner, Lars-Erik Granqvist in Stockholm hit the ground running, binding his first policy within a few weeks.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Autumn 2012

Welcome to the Equinox Autumn Newsletter - Another deadline comes around for the “fiscal cliff” in the USA. Last year the political quarrel about debt burden cost the USA its coveted AAA rating from S&P.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Winter/Spring 2012

Welcome to the Equinox Winter/Spring Newsletter - What is it about banks that give them such influence over the economy? It is because their actions can either ‘create’ or ‘destroy’ money.
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newsletter-iconEquinox Global News - Autumn/Winter 2011

Welcome to the Equinox Autumn Newsletter - Much media coverage has been given in recent weeks to the turmoil in the financial markets. From a credit insurance point of view however, we are more interested in the effect this turmoil might have on future bankruptcy rates.
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