The Policyholder Disputes team at Stewarts will host its inaugural London Market Multinational Insurance Coverage Event on Thursday 2 May at the Lloyd’s of London Old Library. This event is in association with Clayton Utz (Australia), Rajah & Tann (Singapore) and Nater Dallafior (Switzerland), each leading firms in their jurisdictions.

Our international panel of speakers will provide regional updates from market-leading insurance teams at each of the firms, covering the UK, Australia, Singapore, and Switzerland. Each speaker will cover trends and coverage issues that are arising in their respective jurisdictions to provide a comparative perspective on the challenges that policyholders and others in the global insurance market are facing.

Topics covered on the day will include:

  • Cyber coverage developments
  • Sanctions issues in multinational risks
  • ESG risks in different jurisdictions
  • Claims handling issues
  • War risks coverage
  • Common interest privilege
  • Global programs and DIC/DIL cover

The seminar will also include a cross-border case study, to consider some of the common coverage issues that arise in the context of claims under global and multinational insurance programs.

When registering, attendees will also have the opportunity to request one-to-one meetings with any of the participant firms.


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The London Market Multinational Insurance Coverage Event takes place on Thursday 2 May, beginning at 3pm.

This event will provide valuable insight for insurance brokers and other stakeholders in the London insurance market.



 Aaron Le   Marquer
 David Gerber
 Clayton Utz


 Simon Goh
 Rajah & Tann


 Benjamin   Schumacher
 Nater Dallafior




You can find further information regarding our expertise, experience and team on our Policyholder Disputes page. If you require assistance from our team, please contact us.



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