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Insurance Institute of London lectures

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CII moving to EC3 »
We look forward to moving to our new office at 21 Lombard Street, London, EC3V 9AH, next door to the original site of the Lloyd’s Coffee House, to where the origins of insurance can be traced.
London's Air Ambulance »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Charles Newitt talked about the role and function of London's Air Ambulance (LAA) as one of the emergency services supporting London on a daily basis and during major incidents. He also talked about some of the challenges in managing risk and safety of operating a helicopter in central London and the training involved.
Adjusting losses on new generation passenger aircraft »
John Bayley discusses the changing environment of aviation claims due to the introduction of new technology and some business aspects that influence the costs being generated in claims and considerations needed in various methods of adjustment.
Blockchain »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) accident lecture Richard Boreham introduced the key concepts that lie behind this new, headline grabbing, technology and explained why this is set to have a real impact on the way we work in the insurance industry.
Government Spring Statement 2018 »
Update on the Government's Spring Statement 2018, including the economy and tax data.
Government Spring Statement 2018 »
Update on the Government's Spring Statement 2018, including the economy and tax data.
Lost in translation: claims handling in UK and USA jurisdictions »
Robert Cosgrove outlined how American English differences from 'proper' English can create difficulties in UK insurance litigation. Bob's presentation focussed on some common policy wordings and expressions that can result in coverage disputes and bad faith litigation.
Pollution & contamination from a property investors insurance perspective »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) property investors lecture Alan Grayston talked about the issues relating to contamination and liability in property transactions and insurance solutions for property investors.
Cyber - looking beyond the hype »
Graeme Newman analysed the latest trends in cyber insurance and how underwriting processes and policy forms are standing up to the growing volume and diverse nature of claims in this new line of commercial insurance.
Five seconds to impact - UK aviation near miss reporting »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Steve Forward talked about UK aviation near miss reporting, how Airprox occurrences are near accidents and the role of the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) in investigating these.
CII urges publication of Brexit financial services position paper »
As the Prime Minister is set to announce more detail on the Government’s Brexit negotiating stance in the final ‘Road to Brexit’ ministerial speech, the Chartered Insurance Institute urges the Government to publish the long-awaited Brexit position paper on financial services.
Member economic outlook and Brexit survey results »
Economic and employment prospects for 2018.  
Salvage and the changing world of Lloyd's open form »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) Marine & Energy lecture David Lawrence provided an overview of the Lloyd's Open Form and talked about how the changing environment to the maritime industry is impacting on the salvage industry and the use of Lloyd's Open Form as a salvage contract.
The hazard of pilot fatigue »
In this  Insurance institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Dr Rob Hunter outlined and discussed how pilot fatigue is managed and how it might be better managed. In his presentation, Rob explained that following an accident it is too easy to focus on the pilots' failings rather than the fatigue that has facilitated the failing.
The Enterprise Act (damages made for late claims) »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) claims lecture Andrew Wales QC considered how the Enterprise Act, which into force in May 2017, may impact on day to day claims handling. Attendees can expect to develop their understanding around the recent changes to the law concerning damages for late payment and what change this may have on claims handling.

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