2019-04-11   08:30 - 10:30   Stockholm

Seminarium

Brexit

SWERMA SEMINAR ON BREXIT 2.0 

Date: 11th of April
Time:
08:30-09:00 Breakfast,
09:00-10:30 Seminar with Q&A
Location: AON, Valhallavägen 117H, Stockholm

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Brexit 2.0 – Update on latest developments and outlook

Despite recent agreements reached in Brussels over the Brexit withdrawal deal and votes in the UK Parliament rejecting a no-deal departure, the UK remains on course to leave the European Union at midnight CET on 29 March without a deal, in UK and EU law, unless a deal or extension to Article 50 can be agreed earlier.
Although an extension appears likely, the risk of a no-deal Brexit does not necessarily go away.
The next SWERMA Brexit seminar will take stock of what happened on 29 March, what could happen next and what the impact is likely to be on the insurance market over the coming months and years. We will discuss the practical actions EEA captives may take to continue handling their UK risks and implications for the reinsurance and Lloyd’s markets.

Agenda

  1. Political update and latest outlook
  2. EU-captives with risks in UK
  3. Insurance/reinsurance business
  4. Lloyd’s Brussels

The seminar will be held in English.

Speakers

Andrew Brierly, Director for Brexit at AIG in London

Andrew is Corporate Development & Transformation director for AIG, and is currently leading AIG’s Brexit resilience strategy.
Andrew has spent the last two years restructuring AIG’s European business, which operates across 28 countries, to ensure continuity of business and contract certainty for its customers. AIG was the first major carrier to undertake a Brexit restructure, which completed in December 2018.
Andrew is an active member of The City UK, London Market Group and Association of British Insurers Brexit working groups.

 

Mike Van Slooten, Head of Business Intelligence, Reinsurance Solutions, AON

Mike leads the Business Intelligence unit for Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions division, based in London.
The team’s primary role is to track developments in the global reinsurance market for the benefit of Aon’s reinsurance clients and Brexit has clearly been a subject that has required a lot of attention over the past year.
Mike joined Aon in 2010, having previously performed similar roles at other major broking firms for 13 years.