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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Many in the industry expect shortages to be resolved within the next 12 to 18 months, but there are other factors to consider including increased levels of risk because of the impact on quality control
Coverholder demand for effective and fully compliant solutions to working within Europe has increased dramatically post-Brexit
Post-Brexit negotiations to lead to signing of agreement
Brokers have no guarantee arrangements in place will meet changing regulatory requirements
Bermuda company pivots to Europe post-Brexit
In addition to the challenge of making relationship-based trading work in a remote world, London market brokers also have to ensure their ability to do business is not severely limited by Brexit
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