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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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EU financial services chief warns UK against deregulation

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UK insurers warned of post-Brexit sanctions red tape

New UK sanctions legislation differs from the EU one it is designed to mimic
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Mapfre profits fall on Brexit writedown

Economic fears force writedown for British subsidiary

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Insurers braced for rise in construction claims after Brexit

The UK construction insurance industry will be confronted with a significantly enhanced risk environment as the country heads into a post-Brexit future
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Lloyd’s Brexit transition rolls on but complexities linger

With Brexit hanging in the balance, Lloyd’s is yet to iron out all uncertainties over its reinsurance arrangements in the EU, particularly where Germany and Poland are concerned. But with Lloyd’s insisting its Part VII transfer of legacy business to Brussels is on track and coverholder business in the EU proving resilient, the market appears to be handling the upheaval as well as can be expected 
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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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