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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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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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LMG chief: 'It is vital the London market continues to make its voice heard on Brexit'

The London Market Group is meeting with trade representatives from member states to ensure that review of equivalence frameworks gets a fair hearing 
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CNA Hardy post-Brexit structure approved

Transfer of existing business to CNA's Luxembourg subsidiary has completed

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Innovation will save the London market: Horton

London Market Group chair suggests PPL will not be e-placing platform of the future 

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ID Comment: In Brexit, there is no end to uncertainty

Insurers and brokers face years of turmoil even if the government’s withdrawal agreement passes muster in Parliament

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UK finance calls for ratification of Brexit deal

The withdrawal agreement signed by UK and EU negotiators is bitterly opposed by many British parliamentarians
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Latest Brexit agreement ditches ‘enhanced’ equivalence

Both sides will keep their respective equivalence frameworks 'under review'

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