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Political Risk & War

Brexit for insurance

Unless continued access is negotiated, the ability to passport between the UK and other EEA states will be lost on Brexit. Insurance firms currently holding an...

Credit risk management

As enterprise risk management has moved up the strategic agenda for insurance executives in the years since the global financial crisis, insurers have...

2017 European insurance outlook

European insurers will find themselves at a crossroad in 2017. External challenges, financial volatility and increased competition will continue to weigh on income streams and...

Report: UK-EU — planning for uncertainty

The withdrawal of the EU’s third largest member country by size of both Gross national product (GNP) and population is highly complex and totally unprecedented. No rules exist either for the process or for the eventual outcome...

Full Report: Making Brexit work for UK insurers

Ever since insurance syndicates began operating around Edward Lloyd’s coffee house in London in the late 17th century, the insurance industry has long been associated with the commercial success of the city and of the United Kingdom in general...

Building a business tax blueprint for the UK post-Brexit

Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, the Government has stressed its commitment to keeping the UK open for business. However, aside from a headline grabbing discussion of further reductions in the rate of mainstream corporation tax, what has been missing from the commentary to date is...