Monthly Archives: August 2016

Brexit – Key issues for lobbying by insurers

The post below was first published on our Insurance blog Our latest “at a glance” guide identifies, in two pages, some of the key issues insurers may want to ensure are on the negotiating team’s agenda.  It considers key issues from … Continue reading

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Is it possible for a member state to leave the EU but retain full access to the internal market?

As an EU member state the UK is currently part of the EU internal market, which is one of the most advanced trade areas in the world and has been developed and extended since 1951. Originally referred to as the … Continue reading

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Brexit – Impact on EEA insurers and non-EEA headquartered groups

The post below was first published on our Insurance blog This briefing considers the position of EEA firms who wish to access the UK insurance market post-exit.  It also looks at the impact of Brexit on non-EEA headquartered groups that currently passport into … Continue reading

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BREXIT: WHAT NEXT FOR BOARDS?

Businesses need to plan for the post-Brexit world using the best intelligence they can access.  The UK’s vote to leave the EU has caused a shock to the currency markets, ushered in a period of unprecedented political change and prompted … Continue reading

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