With brokers, MGAs, insurers and captives responding to the considerable uncertainty surrounding the UK’s departure from the EU by looking at options for overseas locations, PKF Littlejohn is holding a breakfast seminar exploring possible post-Brexit strategies, with a particular focus on Malta.
The seminar will be led by Neil Coulson, a partner in PKF Littlejohn’s insurance team; Kenneth Farrugia, Chairman of Finance Malta; Michael Whitfield of Building Block PCC; and Danielle Hermansen from PKF Malta.
The seminar will be particularly relevant to brokers and insurers considering establishing new operations within the EU.
We will discuss what you should consider when evaluating the need for and location of a separate EU operation. The session will then explain why Malta might be a suitable location in which to establish an EU insurance intermediary or carrier operation. We will also look at how insurance intermediaries – including those considering setting up an insurance carrier – could utilise a ‘protected cell’ arrangement to guarantee their future access to EU markets post Brexit.
The session will provide some practical suggestions and will include a panel Q&A. After this, there will be an opportunity to meet with the presenters on a one-on-one basis.
Breakfast will be served from 8.00am. The seminar will begin at 8.30am and should conclude by 9.30am.
To register for the seminar, please contact Lia Twiner on email@example.com or +44 (0) 20 7516 2211