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The impacts of Covid-19 & Pandemics on General Insurance Markets

Recorded: 22/04/2021

Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes

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With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to impact significantly on general insurance markets this webinar considers the scale of these impacts on supply, changing customer demand and what dealing with pandemics means for general insurance markets in the future.


  • Thomas Ernoult, Financial Counsellor, Deputy Head of the Economic Department, Embassy of France to the UK
  • Miriam Sachak, Head, Domestic and Retail Insurance Policy, HM Treasury
  • Emma SansomHead of Captive Services UK, Zurich
  • Robert Gordon, Senior Vice President, Policy, Research and International, The American Property Casualty Insurance Association
  • Professor Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor of Strategic Management, The Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London
  • Nicolas Jeanmart, Head of Personal and General Insurance, Insurance Europe
  • James Dalton, Director, General Insurance Policy, ABI

Why watch?

  • To gain an understanding of the impacts of Covid-19 on general insurance markets both in the UK and abroad
  • Learn how customer behaviour is, or is not, changing when it comes to insurance
  • Understand how insurance markets in the UK and globally can adapt to the risks caused by pandemics
  • Discover what role Government might need to play in the future alongside the insurance market
  • Take advantage of 1.5 CPD hours by watching this CII accredited webinar

What will delegates learn?

By watching this webinar, delegates will be able to… 

  • Consider some of the emerging effects of Covid19 on current General Insurance markets
  • Assess how these effects may change or develop in the future, in the UK and more widely, and how insurance might react to that.
  • Compare the UK with global insurance markets when it comes to dealing with the impacts of pandemics.
  • Understand the role of Government and the private sector when it comes to protection gaps associated with pandemics.


£25.00 + VAT per person

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