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Insurance Premium Tax is a Global Risk - The implications of non-compliance

12th December 2019 10:00 – 13:00

An Airmic and Sovos academy

The content of the workshop is aimed to address all levels of Risk and Insurance Managers, however those with some knowledge of global insurance programmes and / or IPT compliance will benefit the most.

The following points will be covered:

  • Location of Risk challenges & Premium Allocation issues
  • Insurers need for increasingly granular renewal data
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Implications of non-compliance
  • Additional reporting requirements
  • Tax Authority Activity and trends

The key learning outcomes of this session will be:

  • Increased knowledge around risk data required at renewal for compliance
  • Update on market trends and tax authority behaviours and activities
  • Understand insurer and policyholder implications of non-compliance

Speakers:

Christophe Bourdaire, Senior Regulatory Specialist

Daniela Dinkova/Menuka Thajali Senior Compliance Services Representative

27 places available
Add to Calendar 2019-12-12 10:00:00 2019-12-12 13:00:00 Europe/London Airmic academy: Insurance Premium Tax is a Global Risk - The implications of non-compliance An anticipated increase in digital reporting, in addition to more onerous reporting requirements for insurers by tax authorities across the globe, is leading to the need for more granular data on a per policy basis. To ensure a compliant global programme, this workshop will provide Risk Managers with an understanding of what renewal information data is required by insurers, and why, to ensure compliance with all relevant tax authorities.
See more: https://www.airmic.com/training/insurance-premium-tax-global-risk-implications-non-compliance
Airmic, Marlow House, 1a Lloyd's Avenue, London, EC3N 3AA, United Kingdom
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Airmic, Marlow House, 1a Lloyd's Avenue
London, EC3N 3AA
United Kingdom