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SAVE the IFS APPG DATES - Upcoming events for June & July 2023

Chartered Insurance Institute

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The Insurance and Financial Services APPG, chaired by Craig Tracy MP, is delighted to inform you of the upcoming events for June & July 2023 prior to summer recess.

Below is a snapshot of upcoming ach event, with more information and official invitations to follow.

Please add these to your calendars as a ‘save the event’ to avoid disappointment for:

Monday 19 June 5-7 pm – Consumer Duty

Prior to implementation and July ‘go live’ date we will be discussing the impact of ‘getting the job done’ , how we can ensure ALL FS businesses are ready and what we expect post implementation.

Monday 10 July 5-7pm - ‘New Generation’ project programme, part 2

This is the second event for the next generation of insurance professionals in the Insurance Industry.

The first event, held in March this year, saw Claims, Underwriting, Broking, and London Market Groups presenting project work they hope to complete this year that challenge our current Insurance Industry professionals into thinking how the industry should progress.

Some of these projects have changed positioning from their original paths and may require your input to help shape the future for our industry…watch this space!

Monday 17 July 5-7pm – The role the Insurance Industry can provide in the route back to work

More detail to follow!

For more information, please email


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