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LISTEN: IFSAPPG Post-Brexit Roundtable

Chartered Insurance Institute

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Listen now to the recent roundtable discussion on the post-Brexit priorities for insurance in the UK.

The session explored what key issues insurance representatives from across the market are focused on, as the government is set to agree a Memorandum of Understanding with the European Union.

This should create the framework for future discussion, particularly around regulatory issues such as equivalence, and what agreements on financial services (with a specific focus on insurance) should prioritise?

Speakers included:

  • Carol Hall, Assistant Director, Head of European and International Affairs, Association of British Insurers
  • Clare Lebecq, Chief Executive Officer, London Market Group
  • Matthew Connell, Director, Policy & Public Affairs, Chartered Insurance Institute
  • John Warburton, Co-Founder and CEO , Konsileo and Government & External Affairs Lead, Insurtech UK
  • Helen Dalziel, Director of Public Policy, International Underwriters Association

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