The Insurance Act 2015 (the "Act") comes into force tomorrow. It represents a fundamental departure from existing insurance law. The changes impact on a number of key areas which are...11 August 2016
The UK has voted to leave the EU
This will inevitably have a number of implications for your business over the course of the next few years. It is not possible, at this stage, to predict how English insurance law and regulation will now evolve. We will, however, be monitoring developments closely and working in some areas to shape the new legal and regulatory landscape.
We will be publishing guidance notes and thought leadership pieces by email and on our Global Insurance Blog.
Our corporate, regulatory and operational insurance teams are available to assist you in considering the immediate implications of Brexit for your business. Among the matters which will be monitoring closely are:
- the implications for businesses which rely on the EU passporting regime either to provide services from elsewhere in the EU to UK residents or which provide services from the UK to individuals and businesses elsewhere in the EU,
- potential future changes to UK regulations,
- the implications for any multi-national company considering a relocation or reorganisation, and
- the application of EU economic and trade sanctions.
Our insurance practice is made up of specialist insurance lawyers in every major EU jurisdiction and the UK and will be able to offer an in-depth analysis on all these matters. Please get in touch with any of the team if you require assistance or have any questions on these or any other topics.
Our UK corporate and regulatory insurance contacts:
The Hogan Lovells’ Corporate Insurance Newsletter for July has been published. This provides a round-up of UK, EU and international regulatory developments relevant to UK based...04 August 2016
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