Autumn statement 2016 »
This summary has been prepared very rapidly by Taxbriefs and is
for general information only. It is recommended to seek competent
professional advice before taking or refraining from taking action
on the basis of the contents of this publication. The guide
represents the authors understanding of the law and HM Revenue
& Customs practice as at 23rd November 2016, which are subject
Economic background »
Personal taxation »
Business taxes »
Tax avoidance, evasion and
Main income tax allowances and
Income tax rates and
Response to the Autumn Statement 2016 »
Response to the Chancellor's Insurance Premium Tax increase announcement.
Navigating Brexit »
Update on the Government's approach to negotiations to leave the EU, as well as an introduction to some of the risks and priorities for the insurance sector and wider financial services.
Amadeo 1 »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) marine and energy
lecture Sam Kendall-Marsden talked about how the costs of wreck
removal need not be exorbitant and how underwriters can control
War risks and terrorism insurance »
Explores the cover offered by standard terrorism insurance wordings which are offered by the London insurance market. Last updated by Hermes Marangos and Sean Redden August 2016.
Legal update on claims October 2016 »
The latest update on legal developments impacting
insurance from the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Blockchain explained »
Provides an introduction to Blockchain and looks at the key features of the technology and highlighting generic and insurance specific examples of what it could be used for.
Cyber and data risk »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) claims lecture, Hans Allnutt explored his view on cyber risk, demand for dedicated cyber insurance, and the unforeseen exposures under traditional insurance programmes.
London market claims service »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) lecture Patrick Harrington and Richard Harding talked about the outlook for London Market claims in the context of the development of the global insurance markets capabilities and whether it remains a reason to select London for claims service.
CII New Generation Group 2017 launched »
Over forty future insurance leaders are beginning their training as part of the Chartered Insurance Institute's flagship talent programme: the New Generation Group.
Claims - dawning of a new era? »
Insurers and claims management companies will soon be regulated on equal conduct terms. This should trigger changes in how each engages with the other. The FCA's focus on claims and compensation could result in a re-examination of claims practices by insurers. If significant improvements can be made, might this make CMCs largely redundant?
Insurance requirements in construction contracts »
Construction is a complex business. The risks are numerous and varied. Risk may be due to the human factor (for example, workmanship, design failure or the construction process itself), the environment and the close proximity of different firms' employees on site.
Business Interruption Insurance »
Business interruption policies protect the cash flow and profits of the business. The aim is for the insured to be placed into the same position after the loss that they would have been in if the loss had not occurred - this means the claim is adjusted to take into account general business trends.
Legal developments in claims August 2016 »
The latest update on legal developments impacting claims provided by the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Claims as a career? It’s not just about car accidents. »
It doesn't matter when you start your career - at 16 or 46 - there is an opportunity for you to progress and carve out a career in insurance