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Brexit

As the countdown continues towards the UK's exit from the European Union, insurers are continuing to take steps to ensure coverage will continue despite huge uncertainty about future trade restrictions

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Madrid mobilises Latin connection to re-route business from London
Legal Focus: Options are narrowing for cross-border insurance as Brexit negotiations continue
ID Comment: UK insurers looking for political solutions to Brexit are likely to be disappointed (again)
'London will continue to attract business after Brexit – provided the market innovates and ups its game'
ID Comment: London beware – Madrid has a real claim to become centre of choice for LatAm risks
How MGAs can thrive in Europe after Brexit
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ID Comment: Breakthrough EU deal brings no reason for insurance industry to change course

The insurance sector's post-Brexit planning will likely continue even if negotiations have taken a more favourable turn for the sector
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Madrid mobilises Latin connection to re-route business from London

Fears mount Brexit will further drive Latin American business away from London to the Spanish capital
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Legal Focus: Options are narrowing for cross-border insurance as Brexit negotiations continue

Despite ongoing negotiations crucial questions for insurers remain on whether passporting rights or a genuinely workable equivalent will be put in place for cross-border policies
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ID Comment: UK insurers looking for political solutions to Brexit are likely to be disappointed (again)

The insurance industry has done as much as it can to prepare for the UK's exit from the EU – it is time for politicians to do the same

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'London will continue to attract business after Brexit – provided the market innovates and ups its game'

Brokers have proven they have the flexibility needed to keep clients happy. It is something they will need to demonstrate again in the coming period
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ID Comment: London beware – Madrid has a real claim to become centre of choice for LatAm risks

Madrid, aided by linguistic and cultural affinities and the uncertainty of London’s position in a post-Brexit world, is emerging as much more than just a credible alternative to London for Latin American business

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How MGAs can thrive in Europe after Brexit

A clear strategic plan and the ability to communicate the unique capabilities of the business should enable an MGA to succeed in Europe after Brexit
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