Blogs

  • Statutory Instruments – where do I begin?

    14/07/2017

    The European Union (withdrawal) Bill, commonly referred to as the Repeal Bill, was presented to Parliament yesterday. You probably weren’t alone in asking what the terms delegated legislation, secondary legislation and statutory legislation mean and what this all has to do with Brexit. Don’t panic. We are here to help.

  • What did we learn from the ABI Brexit conference?

    29/06/2017

    Anniversaries are a good time to reflect and move forward. One year on from the EU referendum we decided to hold a Brexit conference to do just that. The conference was an opportunity to cut through some of the uncertainty and focus on what matters in the Brexit negotiations for our customers and our industry.

  • Talking Brexit at BIBA

    12/05/2017

    I’m back at my desk after another busy BIBA conference where it was great to see so many familiar faces.

  • Guest blog: Insurance Ireland on the EU referendum

    21/06/2016

    Membership of the EU guarantees British insurers the right to do business in 27 other countries on an equal footing. The UK gains from this arrangement, selling more in insurance and long-terms…

  • EU and Trade: The facts

    19/06/2016

    Membership of the EU guarantees British insurers the right to do business in 27 other countries on an equal footing. The UK gains from this arrangement, selling more in insurance and long-terms…

  • Guest blog: The reality of life outside the EU – a Norwegian perspective

    15/06/2016

    Membership of the EU guarantees British insurers the right to do business in 27 other countries on an equal footing. The UK gains from this arrangement, selling more in insurance and long-terms…

  • EU and Passporting: The facts

    08/06/2016

    Membership of the EU guarantees British insurers the right to do business in 27 other countries on an equal footing. The UK gains from this arrangement, selling more in insurance and long-terms…

  • EU and Pensions: The facts

    01/06/2016

    Membership of the EU guarantees British insurers the right to do business in 27 other countries on an equal footing. The UK gains from this arrangement, selling more in insurance and long-terms…