Opinion: Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi on how brokers should approach GDPR

Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi
Margot L’Hermite

The instigation of GDPR regulations marks a sharp divergence in how organisations process personal data. This is significant for insurers and brokers, as customer data or profiling is essential to their core activities. 

GDPR will fundamentally change the working practice for the whole insurance sector particularly brokers.

The rules aim to put control back in the hands of the data subject, and with this comes a series of reinforced individual rights. These include subject access requests

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