IUA Circular 035/22
IUA Aviation Masterclasses – Part 2 (Claims)
Two in-person sessions: 13 & 17 May 2022
hosted by The International Underwriting Association
13th and 17th May 2022
Session times vary (please see below)
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The IUA Junior Aviation Practitioners Working Group is pleased to be hosting a series of masterclasses focussed on aviation wordings (Part 1) and claims (Part 2). These sessions will be of benefit to all aviators and, in particular, junior practitioners.
Contact: Deborah Finch
, IUA Events Manager (020 7617 4451)
For event Registration, please click here
The sessions are all free to attend, but names and email addresses of all attendees are required for registration.
IUA Aviation Claims Masterclasses
The Claims Masterclass sessions, discussed in detail below, are specifically aimed at junior practitioners, but are open to all representatives from across the aviation underwriting, claims and broking communities. The two sessions are closely linked and attendees are encouraged to attend both of the sessions where possible.
These two in-person Aviation Claims Masterclasses will take place following our four virtual Aviation Wordings Masterclasses that will be held between 19th April and 5th May 2022, details of those sessions are accessible here
Conducting these Claims Masterclass sessions will be market experts and members of the IUA’s Aviation Claims Committee:
Fiona Hodgson, Executive Loss Adjuster, Chubb
Julian Smith, Head of Complex Claims, LRA
Debra Johnson, Aviation Claims Expert
Rob Buckner, Claims Manager, Global Aerospace
When registering for these sessions (link above), please do not forget to add them to your diary (use the links below).
1) Friday 13 May 2022 (1.30-4pm)
An exploration of Hull and War coverages in the context of an aviation large loss scenario
The event will begin with a networking lunch at 1.30pm ahead of a 2pm session start.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about and discuss key considerations in respect of the hull and war elements of a large aviation loss. This interactive session will consider the impact of core clauses such as AVS103 (50/50 clause), AVN76 (wreckage clean-up), AVN46B (environmental issues) and AVN67 (airline leasing) on a claim and explore concepts such as air accident investigating authorities, leased engines and reserving.
2) Tuesday 17 May 2022 (2.00-4.30pm)
Consideration of passenger and liability concepts in the context of an aviation large loss scenario
This session will inform attendees about a range of passenger and liability concepts that must be considered during the handling of an aviation claim. It will provide the opportunity for questions on and discussion around issues such as emergency assistance payments, criminal investigations and sanctions, as well as jurisdictional issues, medicare reporting and mediation.
This session will be followed by networking drinks, commencing at 4.30pm.
DISCLAIMER: The market briefing presentation materials and speaker comments therein were prepared solely by the presenter(s) in their personal and professional capacity. Any materials or opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the views of the IUA and IUA does not bear any responsibility for, or liability to, any parties in respect of the accuracy, legality or overall content of the presentation or any other comments made by speakers or other attendees during the market briefing.
As a member of the CPD (Continuing Personal or Professional Development) Certification Service the IUA is committed to providing high quality training activities. Our market briefing events are certified as being suitable for CPD purposes. To obtain a self assessment form for any particular event please email Deborah Finch
. These forms will be issued after each individual event upon request.
Anti-Trust Statement: It is the clear and unequivocal policy of IUA to comply in all respects with all applicable competition or antitrust laws. Consequently, IUA Market Briefing Attendees will not participate in any practice that would have the object or effect of restricting competition, nor will IUA provide a forum to promote anti-competitive conduct. In particular, any discussion or agreement on key commercial terms, such as commercial premiums, is likely in all instances to be unlawful and must be avoided. A competition law ‘Do’s and Don’ts’
guide is available and the IUA is happy to answer any questions on competition law that attendees may have.