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The FERMA and Airmic Brexit newsletter

Last updated: 10th April 2019

FERMA and Airmic are excited to give you joint produced Brexit newsletter designed to give risk professionals unique insight into Brexit related risks and mitigation strategies.

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January 2019 - Ensuring continuity post-Brexit: An interview with Ipsen's Anne Piot d'Abzac

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Anne Piot d'Abzac, chief risk officer at Ipsen explains how they have overcome Brexit uncertainty in the pharmaceutical industry.

January 2019 - Brexit and GDPR: Explained by Koan Law

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Antoine Druetz & Nicolas Hamblenne of KOAN Law Firm in Brussels, shed light on the likely issues that (not-for-profit) organisations and other businesses may face in terms of data protection and transfers.

January 2019 - The implications of a no deal Brexit for EU27 SMEs

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As Brexit uncertainty bites, Ben Butters from Eurochambres discusses the impact on SMEs.

January 2019 - How to manage the workforce risks of Brexit

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Ben Willmott, head of public policy at CIPD, offers advice to businesses on workforce challenges arising from Brexit.

January 2019 - "The London Market is well-prepared for a no deal scenario" - IUA

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Dave Matcham, chief executive of the International Underwriting Association, explains how London Market companies are preparing for Brexit while lobbying hard for greater contract continuity.

January 2019 - Airmic discuss what Brexit means for your insurance programme

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Insurers may refuse claims if Brexit-related risks are not disclosed, leaving businesses exposed to a "reputational double whammy", warns Bruce Hepburn, CEO of Mactavish.

November 2018 - Preparing for Brexit, a multidisciplinary approach: An interview with Solvay's Sonia Cambier

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Sonia Cambier, head of corporate insurance and prevention at the Brussels based chemicals business, Solvay, explains how they have prepared for Brexit.

November 2018 - UK set for weak GDP growth slowdown as Brexit uncertainty bites - Euler Hermes

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Ana Boata, senior economist at Euler Hermes, the world's leading trade credit insurer, discusses supply chains and explains how Brexit uncertainty will continue to impact the economy.

November 2018 - Airbus Risk Assessment: A discussion with head of insurance risk management, Thierry Justice

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In June, Airbus took the step of publishing their Brexit risk assessment and FERMA have spoken to Thierry Justice, head of Insurance risk management in order to discuss the findings.

November 2018 - Suki Basi, CEO of the Russell Group on Brexit's opportunities

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Brexit is causing many a sleepless night for corporate risk managers and their insurers. Manvir Basi of Russell group, however, says it could bring opportunity as well.

November 2018 - Herbert Smith Freehills: Five months to Brexit: avoiding a "no deal" crisis

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It remains uncertain whether the UK will enter a transitional arrangement, or exit the EU with "no deal". Businesses therefore need to implement strategies to address the risk of the latter.

November 2018 - Airmic discuss what Brexit means for your insurance programme

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Buyers of corporate insurance with operations in the UK or policies underwritten in London should be able to get continuity of cover whatever the outcome of Brexit, provided they take certain steps.

Brexit and what it teaches us about political risk

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If Brexit teaches us one thing, it is that understanding social forces is vital for tackling political risk. The causes of Brexit have been simmering away for many years but few in the business communities spotted the warning signs. These patterns are not unique to the UK, and there are lessons to be learnt for risk professionals in all countries, argues John Ludlow, Airmic CEO.

Brexit: a wake-up call in an unstable global trade environment

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Carl Leeman is the Chief Risk Officer of the Katoen Natie group of companies, a global logistics and transport organization, operating port, logistics and on-site terminals. The group provides logistic and engineering services to the automotive, petrochemical, consumer goods, retail and food industry in 26 countries in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Africa.

How Prysmian has dealt with its Brexit exposure

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Alessandro De Felice is the Chief Risk Officer of Prysmian, a leading player in the industry of high-technology cables and systems for energy and telecommunications, with sales of some €11 billion. It is a truly global company, with subsidiaries in 50 countries, 112 plants and 30,000 employees.

Brexit – an update on contract continuity

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Insurers’ ability to pay claims on policies written before Brexit on a cross-border basis remains a question of great uncertainty. Greig Anderson and Alison Matthews, both of law firm Herbert Smith Freehills, explain the latest situation.

Business after Brexit: a checklist

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“No matter what the framework of the new relationship is, trade with the UK will become more complex than it has been within the framework of the EU. Diverging legislation and customs formalities will cost companies money and time,” according to Franky De Pril, Partner Global Trade at EY.

The impact of Brexit on cyber security law

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The UK’s exit from the European Union will affect various aspects of cybersecurity law, Sarah Stephens from JLT Specialty explains the changes we can expect in both a Withdrawal Agreement and “no deal” Brexit scenario.