Post Brexit dispatches - What have we learnt so far?

Howard Jones

In a quarterly series, the team at PKF Littlejohn consider the impact of Brexit on UK insurance. In this first post, Howard Jones takes stock of where we are now.

Some four months after the end of the Brexit transition period, now seems like a sensible time to take stock of how the UK insurance community has responded to our departure from the EU.

Perhaps the first thing to note – and a point that is often overlooked amid the challenges that Brexit has created in our sector – is that the UK’s regulatory approach in the post Brexit environment has been practical and commercially minded. It has allowed EU companies with existing insurance passport

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