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The Information Commissioner calls

12 May 2017
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Mark Gleeson explained how the Information Commissioner approaches the investigation and resolution of data breaches.

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The Future of Commercial Insurance Broking

27 April 2017
Commercial insurance brokers will need to have evolved into real business advisors for their SME customers by 2027 or face extinction, warn ...

April 2017 renewals commentary and a review of the financial performance of the reinsurance market

20 April 2017
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture James Vickers talked about the financial performance of the global reinsura ...

A perspective from Europe on Brexit

19 April 2017
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Dr Michael Menhart talked about the Brexit process from a European perspect ...

Technology + data = new markets for insurers

18 April 2017
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Russell Higginbotham and Leigh Calton discussed how technology is advanci ...

Other articles

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.
Rewards without all of the risks »
Investors seem to be a little less convinced about reflation trades now than they did at the turn of the year. Back then the rise in inflation (which would spike if Trump's fiscal stimuli came through), prompting investors to sell bonds and buy equities, was the single big issue that framed any conversations between brokers, investors and traders.
CII and IFC join forces to tackle insurance gap for women globally »
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and IFC (International Finance Corporation), a member of the World Bank Group, have signed a memorandum of understanding, joining forces to tackle the protection gap faced by women, increase their knowledge of risk and access to insurance.
Unmanned ships and their international regulation »
The purpose of this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) marine & energy lecture by Robert Veal was firstly, to understand how unmanned ships will integrate into the existing international regulatory framework for shipping; and secondly, to the extent that unmanned ships fall within the framework, consider the extent to which they can comply with its implications.
The new discount rate »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) accident lecture James Arrowsmith discussed the shock announcement of a minus 0.75% discount rate, the impact it is having on claims and insurers, and the response the rate has received. He considered the merits of the Lord Chancellors' approach to setting the rate, and the future developments which may mean the new rate is short-lived.
Introduction to contract works insurance for real estate underwriters/brokers »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) Property Investors Seminar, intended for those new to this sector of the profession, Laura Frost, Jaymin Patel, Dave Cahill and Paul Kelly provided an overview of Construction and Contract Works Insurance.
Insurance implications of fracking »
The insurance profession needs to prepare for the impact that increased levels of onshore fracking could have on UK households and businesses, according to a thought-leadership report out today from the Chartered Insurance Institute's Claims Faculty New Generation Group. The group found that while existing products appear to provide adequate cover for households and small businesses, and no insurer specifically excludes fracking, there are no insurance policies that specifically cover it either.
Periodical Payments Orders and personal injury compensation explained »
In the wake of the recent hike in the Discount Rate for lump sum payments, this half hour continuing professional development video looks at the related issue of Periodical Payments Orders, current take-up and how they operate. PPOs are compensation awards in personal injury claims which, in addition to providing a lump sum for damages for pain and suffering and for past financial loss, provide regular index linked payments for some or all of the future financial loss. 
Global trends in life insurance »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) financial services lecture Jules Constantinou discussed the potential for new technology and the changing demands of consumers to disrupt how life and health insurance is bought, sold, priced and underwritten.
“You do what?!” Emergency Response in Aviation »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) Aviation lecture Abigail Pollard provided an insight into what is involved in the response to an aircraft accident drawing on her experiences with incidents from around the world.
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