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Insurtech UK and Browne Jacobson legal survival guide on corporate finance and regulation

23 August 2019

“Trends in Corporate Finance”, “Pathways to Survival” and “How to Thrive” – just a few of the headliners from Browne Jacobson’s presentation at the Insurtech UK Best Practice Series.

Bringing together the great and the good of the insurtech world, we take a look back to earlier this summer when Insurtech UK invited their approved legal partners Browne Jacobson LLP, Locke Lord UK LLP and Capital Law to present as part of the Best Practice Series.

Focusing on some of the most challenging issues facing insurtech start-ups, our specialist lawyers provide guidance on trending topics, and advice on how to navigate the route to success.

Insurtech UK represents a significant opportunity for a growing number of insurtech companies. Setting out to champion the vast potential of the wider UK digital economy, and helping to provide a platform for publicity and networking, the alliance of over 50 insurtech start-ups and brands are supported as they grow and develop their businesses. As an approved legal partner, Browne Jacobson is delighted to be part of the insurtech journey – helping the alliance to gain traction and ensuring that members have access to expert advice across corporate, commercial, regulatory and other service lines. Enquire now to learn about our exclusive programme for start-ups and to discover our expertise across the insurance and technology sectors.

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