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The New Insurance Act: What GCs Need to Know and Do

Date: 23 November 2016

We recently hosted a round table discussion on the new Insurance Act which addressed:

  • How the law has changed and how it will affect your organisation
  • What practical changes are needed to ensure compliance with the new legislative requirements
  • How to avoid or mitigate the potential consequences of non-disclosure
  • How GCs can work together with insurance/risk managers to meet standards of best practice
  • How to implement effective disclosure governance

The discussion was led by Sarah Turpin, Partner at K&L Gates, and Charles van Oppen, Consultant at TBIAS.

Event materials

To download the presentation from this round table, please click here.

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