Clyde & Co Offer 21 Predictions for 2020

Insurance Edge is putting together a Predictions 2020 feature for the middle of this month, but in the meantime here are some interesting points from top law firm, Clyde & Co. Post a comment below if you agree, can elaborate further on a few, or disagree. It’s all good.

1. Insurtech collaboration between insurers and healthcare providers will transform healthcare experience Joyce Chan, Hong Kong

2. China AV infrastructure set to redefine motor insurance Michael Cripps, Chongqing

3. Noise around silent cyber set to get louder in Germany Kathrin Feldmann, Dusseldorf

4. MGA market will rebound in 2020 as Lloyd’s reforms take root Jennette Newman, London

5. Insurtechs will start a revolution in the Brazilian insurance market Stirling Leech, Rio de Janeiro


6. UAE life insurance sector braced for fundamental shake-up in 2020 Wayne Jones, Dubai

7. Continental European D&O markets will harden in 2020 Henning Schaloske, Dusseldorf

8. Micro-insurance industry in South Africa set for take-off in 2020 Ernie Van Der Vyver, Johannesburg

9. 2020 will be a turning point in Lloyd’s history James Cooper, London

10. UAE to get a unified financial services regulator Peter Hodgins, Dubai

11. A new era is dawning for disputed insurance claims in the UAE Mark Beswetherick, Dubai

12. Inquiry will throw spotlight on child migration and independent schools in Scotland Graeme Watson, Edinburgh

13. Scotland’s compensation system tips in favour of the claimant Gordon Keyden, Edinburgh

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14. The SMCR and FCA conduct rules could create problems for London Market firms Nick Elwell-Sutton, London

15. Proposed enhanced powers for pensions regulation to impact D&Os in 2020 Laura Cooke, London

16. Fintech: revolution to evolution? Karen Boto, London

17. The issue of liquidity mismatch will be under the investor and regulatory spotlight in 2020 James Cooper, London

18. Number of traditional South African intermediaries will fall Nicole Britton, Johannesburg

19. California Consumer Privacy Act: Is it covered? Kathryn Ashton, San Francisco

20. Look out kids, the times they are a changin’ Jeff Ellis, New York

21. Arbitration clauses will continue to dominate in reinsurance contracts Michael Knoerzer, New York

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