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Submitted: 13 March 2018
Read our latest insurance blog post: The PRA’s policy statement PS1/18 confirms that by 09 April 2018 insurers will be required to have a diversity policy for their boards, following its June 2017 consultation (CP8/17).
The PRA’s policy statement PS1/18 confirms that by 09 April 2018 insurers will be required to have a diversity policy for their boards, following its June 2017 consultation (CP8/17).
Quelles seront, pour les assureurs des deux côtés de la Manche, les conséquences juridiques de la sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'Union européenne ? A moins de trois ans du divorce effectif, de nombreuses questions restent en suspens.
Submitted: 09 March 2018
Where claims management companies are using inducements to obtain information from insurers’ employees, criminal prosecutions under section 7 of the Bribery Act may follow, and insurance companies may have exposure in relation to data protection breaches.
Submitted: 06 March 2018
Under the Basel III reforms, can trade credit insurers offset their credit risk using a trade credit policy?
Submitted: 12 February 2018
An overseas company which supplied insurance through a related company in the UK did not have a fixed establishment in the UK. Accordingly, supplies by the UK broker to the company were supplied outside of the EU and the broker was able to recover input tax attributable to those supplies.
Submitted: 09 February 2018
This report focuses on key regulatory developments relevant to insurance companies. It looks at future developments, rather than being a retrospective analysis. We outline what is relevant this quarter and beyond.
Submitted: 08 February 2018
This blog post looks at the case of Euro Pools v Royal Sun Alliance. Tricky questions can arise around the scope of an insured’s notification of “circumstances” under claims-made policies, particularly in the context of an ongoing investigation and evolving facts.
Submitted: 06 February 2018
This article considers the principles to be applied when assessing the scope of a notification of “circumstances” by an insured, and looks at the recent decision of Euro Pools Plc. v Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Plc.  EWHC 46 (Comm).
Submitted: 11 January 2018
Read our latest insurance blog: CP/17/39 will be of potential interest to mutual insurers, as well as all firms required to produce an employers’ liability register in complying with the requirements of the Insurance Conduct of Business Sourcebook (ICOBS) 8 Annex 1.
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