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How is the legal landscape affecting the UK market?

How is the legal landscape affecting the UK market? | Insurance Business UK

How is the legal landscape affecting the UK market?

The insurance market in the UK is facing significant political and economic uncertainty with Brexit, digital disruption and increasing cyber threats.

With so many unknowns, how can insurers and intermediaries prepare for the legal landscape of the future?

Don’t miss out on the Insurance Business Insurance Law masterclass – find out how you can be part of the event now.

On June 8, the Insurance Law Masterclass will bring together experts from top law firms to shed light on some of the complexities and challenges currently facing the insurance industry.

The event will be held at luxury London hotel The Grange City, situated near the River Thames with sweeping views over the Tower of London and the iconic Tower Bridge.

Throughout the day there will be panels and speakers to hear from, including leading industry minds such as Ashley Prebble, partner at Clifford Chance, Nick Gibbons, partner at BLM Law, and Adam Levitt, partner & co-head of global insurance industry group at Ashurst.

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Gain valuable insight into a host of issues, ranging from the future of data protection in the UK ahead of the upcoming GDPR, to the latest in cyber risk - all drawing on lessons from recent cases and court decisions.

The day will include a networking lunch and afternoon tea, and will be chaired by Terry Renouf, consultant at BLM Law.

Find out more about the event here. Book by Friday to take advantage of a special promotion and save £600.

The Insurance Law Masterclass is brought to you by Insurance Business, the world’s largest independent insurance publisher.


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