2022 renewals: risky practices

Gallery of horrors Insurance practitioners over 45 years old remember: on September 11, 2001, the Twin Towers were insured by… a cover note. Gone are the days of insurance contracts negotiated for two or three years and tenders promising more coverage and less premium. By causing a reversal of the insurance market in 2017 in … Read more

The Naegelen Act: new insurance-related obligations

An eventful year 2020 In 2020, more and more insurance professionals suffered administrative sanctions by both the DGCCRF and the ACPR for failing to comply with obligations related to cold calling. These sanctions are part of a legislative framework that is becoming increasingly restrictive for insurance product distributors. In particular, law n° 2020-901 of July … Read more

The role of insurance in M&A transactions

The importance of insurance issues, the value to be gained from controlling them and the risks to which companies are exposed if they do not consider such issues are increasingly taken into account in mergers and acquisitions. Insurance issues must be considered from both a financial and legal perspective. The legal aspects of insurance policies … Read more