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27 March 2024

Webinar: The evolving opportunities of investing in UKGI 

We have teamed up with Consumer Intelligence for a free investor webinar that will delve into some of the critical insights and data needed to navigate these turbulent times.

Last year’s underwriting results have left investors questioning the timing for their next strategic move. With the insurance industry seemingly nearing its nadir, understanding when the market will hit its ascent is more important than ever.  

This free webinar, taking place on Thursday 18 April at 1pm, will explore the impacts of external factors, including specific industry focal points like the ban on GAP insurance and the FCA’s scrutiny on premium finance. 

With these insights, investors and those in investor relations can gain clarity on what's happening with premium trends, current market dynamics, and long-term opportunities amid the regulatory shifts. 

Our very own Matt Scott will be sharing exclusive insights, including brand-level financial results and a trended view of complaints data. Matt will be joined by Consumer Intelligence duo Ian Hughes and Catherine Carey, who will explore a range of pricing and consumer behaviour data. 

This session is an invaluable chance to align your investment strategies with the constantly evolving insurance landscape, informed by the latest insights and data trends. 

Don’t miss out. This session is designed to empower investors and those in investor relations within the insurance industry. Register now to secure your place. 

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