IRLA Link & Learn session - Equitas and the 1990s: background and reflection

Thursday, 14 November 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM [GMT]

17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB, United Kingdom

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Thursday, 14 November 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM [GMT]

1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, , London, EC3N 2LB, United Kingdom.

TARGET AUDIENCE 

This introduction course will appeal to those who are new to the industry, or who are employed in areas unrelated to the insurance process, such as analysts, accountants, HR, training and facilities. If delegates wish to know more about the insurance product we will talk about this as well as exploring some, but not all, commonly used jargon. Graduates, young professionals and delegates entering from other industries will find this course of value.

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

On completion of this session delegates will have a basic knowledge of the relevant, major losses that caused the 1992 reconstruction and renewal crisis and Lloyd’s shareholders reaction to them. We will spend time building on the reasons for the need for such a vehicle as Equitas and raise delegates awareness of how close the London Market/Lloyd’s came to the precipice of failure. Our trainers will build a picture of a story of winning against all odds, a fantastic organisation and a shared will and drive to save the market.

All workshop trainers are senior market practitioners with practical and contemporaneous experience in their professional fields, and their real life practical responses to some of the workshops do’s and don’ts will help every delegate. Biographies can be found on the event page of our website.

Insurance & Reinsurance Legacy Association Limited

http://irla-international.com

AMS (Outsourcing) Services Limited

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