Lloyd’s and London market insurers will be deploying a number of strategies to ensure disruption to trade with the European Union is minimised post-Brexit, against a backdrop of huge uncertainty over future access to the EU market.
For London market firms, deciding where to set up in the EU involves a number of factors, including whether the firm is an insurance company, an intermediary or a coverholder
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As ABI calls for orderly Brexit
Willis Towers Watson's GB chief exec says London’s competitiveness is driving some players out of the UK
The London market will be waiting to see whether May's botched election heralds a different vision of Brexit
Hopes government chaos will not derail insurance-linked securities and other important legislative reforms
Insurer already has branch office in Belgium
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