Lloyd’s and the London insurance market are unique. Many of our insurance lawyers have worked in this market and understand the varied issues that affect both insurers and intermediaries.
The London insurance market is unique. Many of our insurance lawyers have worked in this market and understand the varied issues that affect insurers, reinsurers and intermediaries. Our experienced team uses this invaluable insight to work closely with clients.
We act for Lloyd’s syndicates, managing agents, Lloyd’s brokers, and the companies market on a variety of issues ranging from policy drafting, coverage disputes, defence of claims, and regulatory advice.
Our friendly and approachable team understand that each entity operates in differing regulatory environments and will have individual claims philosophies.
Our substantial presence in London is located in the insurance market and is on hand to provide value-added risk management support and dynamic claims solutions with the support of a five office national network.
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Ahead of COP 26 in November, Browne Jacobson LLP is producing a series of articles to help insurance market – and other financial services – firms manage the compliance risks they face in relation to climate change with this article addressing issues around transition risks.
The forced closure of many businesses as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Recent reports from the Office for National Statistics state that the economy was 25% smaller in April than it was in February this year.
Read our latest insurance newsletter for our clients and contacts across the financial services market with quarterly updates and insights on topical legal and regulatory issues.
Welcome to our review of 2019 as we look ahead to what is on the horizon for the insurance sector in 2020.
In September 2019 Lloyd’s of London “… announced … actions designed to make [its] market a place where everyone can feel safe, valued and respected …” Read about the findings here.
This article addresses the regulatory issues around Lloyd’s’ evidence of inappropriate personal behaviour (sexual discrimination / harassment, and alcohol / substance abuse).
The aim of the newsletter is to provide our clients and contacts across the financial services market with quarterly updates and insights on topical legal and regulatory issues.
Contingent loss is relevant to limitation; specifically, the date at which a claimant’s cause of action accrues for the purposes of a claim in the tort of negligence (as many claims against professional advisers are framed).
The latest update covering delegated authority, insurance product development, the senior insurance managers regime, data protection, operational control frameworks, Lloyds market, and horizon scanning.
Lloyd’s has announced changes to its rules on delegated authority (DA) business, aiming to embrace technology and a more risk-based approach.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published the final report (PDF) on its market study of the London wholesale insurance broking market.
On 23 January, the Future Professional Indemnity Forum of the IUA invited three industry experts to discuss the practicalities of operating in a hard market.
Our annual insurance review includes the key developments of 2018 and the important issues on the horizon.