Today’s leave vote has the potential to significantly damage the UK insurance market, several analysts have claimed.
Markerstudy has refused to add anything further to an earlier communication to staff that a Brexit vote "could potentially mean large job losses".
AIG are “evaluating their options” following today’s Brexit vote after stating earlier this month that they were considering a new hub elsewhere in Europe if the UK votes to leave.
The prospect of gender equality for motor insurance being overturned has been raised and dismissed in the wake of UK voters electing to leave the European Union.
Insurance sector transactional activity will slow following today's leave vote, RPC has said.
The Financial Conduct Authority has said that EU regulation related to financial services will remain in place “until any changes are made”.
Aviva has said a Brexit will have “no significant impact” on its business even as the company’s share prices drop by 16.83%.
Insurers have urged calm as uncertainty grips the markets and causes share prices to tumble.
Solvency II will "almost certainly remain" according to PWC despite the UK voting to leave the European Union as too much time, money and effort has been invested in it and the regulation is enshrined in UK Law.
The Lloyd’s chairman, John Nelson, has responded to the European vote saying Lloyd's will remain at the "centre" of the global sector.
The UK has voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48% after 43 years in an historic referendum.
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Twenty-one leaders of insurance and long-term savings associations across Europe have signed a letter urging a remain vote ahead of the referendum on the UK’s European Union membership on Thursday.
AIG could establish a hub elsewhere in Europe if a Brexit occurs, the company’s chief executive Peter Hancock said.
Markerstudy’s group CEO has warned staff that jobs at the company could be at risk if they vote to leave the European Union.
The UK would suffer if it swapped European Union membership for a ‘Norwegian model’ of equivalence, the director general of the Association of British Insurers has warned.
Two-thirds of insurance professionals admit having ‘lost faith’ in the EU, yet a majority still believe a Brexit would harm the industry.
Job losses among the 34,000 people employed directly in the city’s commercial insurance sector, and thousands more indirectly, are likely if the UK votes to leave the European Union, according to industry bodies.
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Leaving the EU won’t result in a “regulatory nirvana” for the insurance industry, Lloyd’s Chairman John Nelson said in a speech.
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