We need to talk about Brexit… at ITIC UK 2019
2nd April 2019
For the first time, the ITIC UK agenda isn’t set in stone. The reason? Brexit.
One thing we do know, however, is that a topic as complex and ever-changing as this requires a dynamic debate – and a conference tackling this subject requires a panel of experts that can flex to respond to daily news reports.
So we’re thrilled to announce that Alisa Dolgova, Brexit Manager from the Association of British Insurers (ABI), will be joined by Nel Mooy, Head of Travel from AXA Insurance and Matt Francis of KPMG to lead the Brexit conversations at ITIC UK on 9 May in Southampton.
There’s arguably no one better to channel the Brexit debate than Alisa Dolgova – a key figure in the ABI team spearheading the insurance industry’s response to Brexit. With a career spanning prudential regulation, European and international affairs, and public policy, Alisa is perfectly placed to examine the post-deadline impacts of Brexit.
Passionate about customer experience, leading the AXA Insurance travel team is a dream job for Nel Mooy, as this product in particular needs to adopt to changes in customer behaviour and world events. Nel’s key focus is to maintain the leading position AXA has in travel insurance, both from a market share and proposition perspective, no matter what challenging circumstance the industry is grappling with.
Matt Francis leads KPMG UK’s insurance prudential regulatory team, providing assurance and advice to insurers in relation to understanding, and dealing with, the impacts of regulatory change on their business strategies and structures. He is currently working with a number of insurers as they prepare and implement their Brexit contingency plans.
Our panellists will share their insights on Thursday 9 May at ITIC UK 2019 in Southampton in our first session of the conference – Brexit – Impact Assessment.
With the original deadline for the UK leaving the European Union having passed, we as an industry will do some damage assessment. What is the state of reciprocal health agreements – have travel insurers had to increase premiums if there has been no agreement reached?, and what about the effects on air travel in the immediate aftermath of the UK’s departure from the EU?
Join the debate at ITIC UK. Register here