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The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS), on 27 March 2020, published a press release about the measures it is taking to address the impact of COVID-19 on the insurance sector. This includes using the framework it has developed for forward-looking risk to undertake a targeted assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on the global
We are changing how we share our blogs, newsletters, client alerts, publications and other pieces of legal news and analysis with you. We are bringing them all together into one place: Hogan Lovells Engage. Engage gives you the latest legal and regulatory news and provides insights and analysis for your business, from across our global
Our Asia insurance regulatory tracker for the first and second quarter of 2019 is attached. The tracker covers a range of developments including the Hong Kong Insurance Authority’s newly issued Guideline on Qualifying Deferred Annuity Policy, the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Guidance to Capital Markets Intermediaries on Enhancing AML/CFT Frameworks and Controls, and China’s recently adopted
Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently declared that the company intends to create an insurance product ‘much more compelling than everything else out there’. Victor Fornasier, partner at Hogan Lovells, discusses with Tom Inchley from Lexis Nexis, Tesla’s plans and what they could mean for the car insurance industry. Click here for the article. This article
Our Asia insurance regulatory tracker for the first quarter of 2018 is attached. It includes updates on the introduction of an insurance levy in Hong Kong, a consultation on agency recruitment incentives in Singapore, and new measures in relation to the use of insurance funds in China.
Following up on our 2018 Insurance Horizons brochure, which comments on legal and regulatory trends and developments across the insurance industry, we have today released Insurance M&A 2017/2018, a paper that takes a closer look at M&A activity across the sector. Click here to continue reading…
Running from 14 to 16 November, the InsurTech Rising conference and Blockchain Summit will bring together key startups and incumbents shaping the InsurTech sector. Hogan Lovells is the conference’s Gold Sponsor and will be presenting on blockchain, the internet of things and insurance regulation, as well as moderating a panel discussion, introducing demos from a
What is genuinely innovative about today’s insurance sector? Perhaps little – but that is beginning to change. For the past few years we have seen innovative ways of selling products – such as search engine aggregators – at the distribution end of the retail market. Yet with the majority of costs borne by insurers falling
Following last week’s vote for Brexit, many are wondering what impact the decision will have on litigation and arbitration in the UK. Will jurisdiction agreements in favour of the UK courts continue to be respected within the EU, and will English judgments be enforceable throughout the EU? How are court documents to be served in
Webinar Invitation – 13 July 2016 In this webinar, we will be looking at the potential impact of Brexit (if and when it happens) on the insurance industry, including the possible implications for the rules on investments and reinsurance, and the effect on regulatory capital and the regulatory balance sheet. We will consider the corporate structures
With average GDP growth steadily increasing, a growing middle class and a young population, Vietnam’s insurance market has grown rapidly in recent years and continues to be considered a promising market. In particular, the country’s demographic and economic development is expected to fuel further demand for insurance services both in the non-life and life sectors.