Future Events


Details of all future IUA market briefings will be posted on this page.

These events are free to attend, but registration is required. To register choose the relevant event and follow the registration link.

If you would like to receive automatic email notifications of future events please contact Burcin Bedford.

Event Date : 17 January 2018

Unlocking the Value in Cloud

At this market briefing, our speakers will share their experiences of the challenges and opportunities gained delivering cloud transformation programmes and highlight the changes that should be considered in your company to really unlock the value of...
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Event Date : 25 January 2018

Diversity & Inclusion in the London Market

This market briefing will discuss the progress within insurance across the D&I agenda as well as look forward at the hot topics that will impact insurance organisations across the London Market in 2018....
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Event Date : 30 January 2018

Direct Action Claims Against Insurers

This Market Briefing will highlight developments in the legislation and case-law of several jurisdictions, addressing issues typically arising in transnational direct actions against the insurer....
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Event Date : 07 February 2018

Global Data Privacy and the London Market

This Market Briefing will highlight different international data protection regulations and how awareness of their requirements may help ensure firms become more compliant....
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Event Date : 13 March 2018

Conduct, Culture and RegTech in Insurance Measuring the intangibles

This market briefing will provide attendees with views on how RegTech can help identify and mitigate risk and improve culture in regulated firms. This is a free event, but names and email addresses of all attendees are required for registration....
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Event Date : 19 April 2018

Abortive repair, is it a new casualty or the unfinished business of an old one?

This market briefing will address the issues arising when a repair to hull or machinery fails subsequently; addressing who should pay, and to what extent, for the addtional repairs....
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