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Insurance Act webinar series: what do insurers/brokers need to do?

8 July 2016
We are just five weeks away from the Insurance Act coming into law.

With the countdown well and truly on, can you truly say you have fully considered the practical impact of the Act on your business?

Brought to you by Browne Jacobson, Insurance Post are thrilled to be hosting two dedicated webinars, one for insurers and one for brokers, covering the five things you need to do before the 12th August.

These two tailored webinars will give you the practical steps required, to know what you need to be doing now, and what you need to make sure you have considered.

Join us as we run through the essential checklist of the five things insurers cannot afford to miss, and the five things brokers must consider, in order to…
  • Finalise your responses to the Act, with consideration of the key issues
  • Review your existing plans and making sure they are fit for purpose         
  • Put the right processes in place for a smooth transition, with minimal disruption        
  • Minimise any concerns and last-minute panic on August 11th

Please click the buttons below to enter your details and register for access to the webinars. Too see more of our resources on the Insurance Act 2015 please click here.

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