Forthcoming CPD events
This webinar is the fourth in a series of joint catastrophe modelling webinars between the Insurance Institute of London and AIR Worldwide (a Verisk business), aimed at improving members understanding of developments in extreme event modelling and risk evaluation in today’s insurance world. In this webinar, Doug Fullam will introduce the building blocks of stochastic pandemic models and describe how they can be used to better understand COVID-19’s effect on the (re)insurance industry.View event details
In this IIL inclusion and diversity webinar, Robert Reid will explain why leaving your financial security to chance is not sensible. It’s time to move from learned helplessness to proactivity.View event details
In this IIL claims webinar, David Summers will talk about the nature of insured art, why it is insured, who insures it, and in particular why it is of such interest to organised crime, illustrated by some real life examples. The webinar will also look at how art claims are handled, including the range of art experts who get involved and the loss adjuster's role in in that process.View event details
This interactive joint IIL and Branko Ltd webinar will focus on the judgment of the Supreme Court following the appeal of the FCA’s groundbreaking test case at the High Court. The appeal concluded on 19 November and the judgment will be handed down expeditiously. Four days were spent setting out starkly differing views between the FCA and insurers.View event details
In this IIL London Market webinar, Andy Stevenson and Alex Booth, Partners of Elborne Mitchell, will give participants an understanding of the UK legal position with regard to sanctions legislation, both pre and post Brexit, with a focus on recent case law and practical tips for the insurance industry.View event details
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