Potential Insurance Implications Should the UK Vote to Leave the European Union

By Marsh

Posted 20/06/16

On Thursday 23 June, a referendum will take place on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union (EU). While the future outcome of the referendum is far from certain, it has the potential to significantly impact the insurance market and insurance buyers.

As a result, your organisation should be considering how it could be impacted and how it will operate going forward in the event of a Yes or No decision. Our latest briefing focuses on the implications should the UK electorate vote to leave the EU.

We advise you to keep a close eye on future developments and be prepared to review your risk profiles and insurance programmes accordingly.

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Posted 20/06/16

Author: Marsh

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