The UK government recently published a consultation paper outlining plans to make London a hub for insurance linked securities transactions. But what are these transactions? And what effect will these proposals have?
Featuring presentations from leading Hogan Lovells practitioners, as well as representatives from HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs (see below), this webinar will provide an overview of insurance linked securities transactions, including how they are used and why. It will take a look at the government consultation paper and discuss how the proposals might interact with both EU capital markets regulation and EU insurance regulation.
The session will also examine insurance linked securities in the US, from both a regulatory and transactional perspective, to see what insights the UK might glean from a more developed market.
We are especially pleased to announce that the Hogan Lovells presenters will be joined by Lee O'Rourke, head of the insurance linked securities project at HM Treasury and John Stokes, policy & technical adviser at HM Revenue & Customs, who will offer a unique insight into the government's proposals.
Danielle Myles, editor, IFLR
Lee O'Rouke, head of insurance linked securities project, HM Treasury
John Stokes, policy & technical adviser, HM Revenue & Customs
Steven McEwan, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
James Doyle, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
Tauhid Ijaz, partner, Hogan Lovells (London)
Rob Ripin, partner, Hogan Lovells (New York)
Peter Humphreys, partner, Hogan Lovells (New York)
Therese Goldsmith, partner, Hogan Lovells (Baltimore)