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"Access to the single market" - an explanation for the (re)insurance sector

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 The UK has voted to leave the European Union ("EU"). Since the result became known, there has been much discussion of the wish to preserve "access to…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Dorothy Livingston, Gavin Williams, Geoffrey Maddock, Matthew Brewer.


Brexit - "at a glance" - implications for insurance intermediaries

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 Referendum of itself has no legal effect; Article 50 notice triggers withdrawal process − Litigation concerning Article 50 process may be resolved by…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Paul Lewis, Gavin Williams.


Brexit - "at a glance" - implications for insurers

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 Referendum of itself has no legal effect - Article 50 notice triggers withdrawal process. UK remains a member of the EU and subject to EU laws…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Gavin Williams, Geoffrey Maddock.


Brexit - "at a glance" - key issues for lobbying by insurers - UK to EEA

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 Brexit consequence: As there are no rules under Solvency II regarding access by third country insurers (including UK insurers) to EEA markets without…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Gavin Williams, Geoffrey Maddock.


Brexit: key issues for lobbying by insurers

European Union, United Kingdom - September 16 2016 The House of Commons Treasury Select Committee (TSC) has launched an inquiry into Solvency II. The inquiry will allow the TSC to look at the case for…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Geoffrey Maddock.

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