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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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Brexit ‘nightmare’ looming for insurers, Kennedys warns

The government is failing in its duty to protect the UK’s insurance industry, the law firm said

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Analysis: Brexit’s complex implications for the London company market

More business will be written through EU subsidiaries but London’s future role in managing and overseeing this business is uncertain

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No-deal Brexit threatens rating downgrades: S&P Global

The economic disruption related to a no-deal Brexit should worry insurers, the rating agency warned

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LMG's Lebecq: London must intensify its focus on the end client

There is little appetite in the London market for regulatory upheaval, the chief executive of the London Market Group says
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Construction insurers must fully understand the responsibilities and liabilities of the different subcontractors engaged in a project

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GCube establishes Amsterdam office

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