Watch Again: UK Insurance Act – The Final Countdown

The United Kingdom’s Insurance Act 2015 goes live on 12 August, 2016 and will impact all players in the UK’s insurance market and beyond.

There are important considerations for risk managers and directors of captives, as well as for the broking community.

In this exclusive Webinar, Kiran Soar and Simon Cooper, partners at Ince & Co, provide an update on the timeline for the Act, its implications in practice and its relevance for captives.

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