GDPR is Officially in Effect. Are You Prepared? Plus data security in SC, new ACA reform bills, market disruption and more.
As U.S.-based companies expand overseas, it is critical that brokers understand the challenges that impact multinational accounts and cross border placement.
In the context of globalization, agencies will succeed in retaining and growing their book of business when they offer consultancy to support an increasing base of international employees and intercontinental operations.
International Working Group
Offers an open forum for brokers and agents with global placements to exchange views with peers and launch new partnerships with sectorial leaders from major global markets.
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We’ve got important GDPR info, the latest on ACA rules, updates on CFPB and NFIP, and more.
Continued political volatility, loss of confidence in traditional institutions, socioeconomic trends and technological advancements reshape how clients approach global risks.
January 8, 2018 Webinar: Global Trends to Watch in 2018 Registration is open for our upcoming webinar, Global Risk Report – Trends to Watch in 2018. This webinar will provide
December 14, 2017 The Council’s International Working Group came together this fall for a stimulating conversation on global trends in insurtech and discussed how brokers can effectively leverage this disruption.
The Council’s update for July 24, 2017.
The latest updates from Capitol Hill, information on Cyber rules in New York, and more in your biweekly update from The Council.
Last month, the Networks Financial Institute held its annual Insurance Public Policy Summit, bringing together leaders from Congress, the administration and the insurance industry to discuss insurance imperatives after the federal elections.
Economies around the word increasingly look with hesitation into the future. The traditional political landscape is going through a seismic shift, while emerging global risks have transformed brokers’ approach to servicing multinational clients.
Preserving the employer market, Sen. Tim Scott on FATCA, and more in this week’s Council Brief.