The Hogan Lovells’ Corporate Insurance Newsletter for June has been published. This provides a round-up of UK, EU and international regulatory developments relevant to UK based insurance market participants. In this issue, amongst other items, we cover: Papers published by HM Treasury, the Bank of England, FCA and EIOPA about preparing for Brexit Publication by
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…
As a global insurance industry team, we aim to follow industry trends and developments as closely as possible in order to deliver well informed perspectives and thought leadership to our clients and contacts. Our Insurance Horizons 2018 brochure considers the impact of technology, interest rates, protectionism, excess capacity in the reinsurance market and cyber risk.
On Thursday, November 16 Hogan Lovells will host the inaugural U.S. InsurTech symposium in New York. The program will explore current issues across the industry and will feature four panel discussions with leadership from top organizations in the field. Click here for more information. To RSVP please contact us.
Hogan Lovells have produced a brochure highlighting key trends in the insurance industry as well as a number of articles on industry issues. The brochure also showcases the strength and depth of our insurance practice, and our client events and thought leadership. Click here to read the full brochure.
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
A number of factors are driving disruption in the insurance industry, posing a major challenge for the regulators – a challenge the UK regulators are rising to with gusto, says Helen Chapman, an insurance partner at law firm Hogan Lovells.
The Great Fire of London was finally extinguished 350 years ago today. New insurance structures emerged in the aftermath of the Great Fire – which bear striking resemblance to some of the contenders disrupting the insurance market right now. A number of InsurTech startups are seeking to do for insurance what peer-to-peer (P2P) arrangements did for
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