Atlantik confidence »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) marine & energy lecture Alex Kemp explained the “Atlantic Confidence” case and how the fraud was proven, what ramifications this had for other stakeholders in the Vessel such as MII insurers and the liability insurers and in particular, what 'red flags' can be identified from Owner's financial circumstances.
Autumn Budget 2017 at a glance »
An 'at a glance' briefing for Chartered Insurance Institute members following the 2017 Autumn Budget.
Changing the game through data analysis »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) accident lecture Linden Holliday discussed in detail the relationship between macro trends, insurance telematics, the wider use of data and technology and IoT. Additionally, he examined the current application of telematics, as well as the future use of technology in risk management.
Global economic and risk outlook »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Kurt Karl will provide an outlook on the global economy and its implications for the insurance industry. He covered global monetary policy, interest rates and political developments.
Impact of US election result on insurance industry and UK trade relationship »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Thomas Dawson reviewed 2017 U.S. Federal legislative and regulatory developments that affect insurers generally, including trade (US-EU Covered Agreement), tax reform, National Flood Insurance Program reauthorization and other topics of interest to non-US re/insurers.
Multinational programmes written in London »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Matthew Latham discussed the current issues for buyers of multinational programmes, including the role of a client's captive insurer as part of the solution. He also gave his thoughts on the role the London Market plays and the possible impact of Brexit.
Cyber and technology »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Sir John Scarlett offered his view on what were the main cyber & technology issues insurers should be thinking about.
Place of refuge for ships in distress »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) marine & energy lecture Hugh Shaw OBE described the current UK practices for dealing with places of refuge and work being undertaken within the EU and internationally.
Sustainability strategy of developments »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) property investors lecture Anita Mitchell talked about the importance of sustainability in regeneration projects around the world and what this means for the real estate and construction industries going forward.
So you want to be a CEO? »
The next instalment in the Insurance Institute of London (IIL) Young Members’ Committee’s ever popular ‘So you want to be a CEO’ series. This time around, the CEO of Aon UK and Executive Chairman of Aon Benfield International, Dominic Christian, was in the hot seat!
Resilience and insurance challenges of modern methods of construction »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) property lecture Dr
Glockling described the historic framework for development of the
UK's built environment and how it has led to an erosion of
resilience against perils such as fire, and described what needs to
happen to remedy the situation.
Blockchain is predicted to have as big an impact on business as
the internet, but what exactly is it and how will it affect the
General Election June 2017: the aftermath »
Short paper outlining how the outcome of the General Election is
likely to impact on the Government's forthcoming legislative
Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) »
Briefing summarising the FCA implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive including professionalism requirements.
Will planning in the era of the residence nil rate band »
As surely everybody knows by now, for deaths occurring after 5
April 2017 an additional IHT allowance is available in respect of a
residence which the testator owns or has owned in the past. This is
called the "residence nil rate band" (RNRB) and is given by an
increase in the standard nil rate band available to the individual.
Although the RNRB has also been referred to as the "main" residence
nil rate band, this is incorrect. For a property to qualify under
the RNRB legislation, it is sufficient for the property to have
been a residence (i.e. not necessarily a main residence) of the
deceased at some point.