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June

2022 Pension Conference

A hybrid, multi-city event

Throughout the month of June

Who should attend? Trustees of pension schemes and pensions, HR and finance professionals who make decisions about or govern their company’s pension scheme.

Attendees can expect to leave with clear actions and CPD points for sessions attended. For more information and to register click here.

Tuesday 07-Jun-22 Leeds
Thursday 09-Jun-22 London – live stream
Tuesday 14-Jun-22 Birmingham
Thursday 16-Jun-22 Bristol – live stream
Tuesday 21-Jun-22 Edinburgh

21 Jun

Aon’s Client IQ Series: Insurance, Law and Legal Liabilities

Online Event

9:30am - 11:00am

These sessions are an ideal introduction to insurance for individuals who have recently become involved in their firm’s insurance programme or are looking to refresh their knowledge.

Aon’s technical training team will provide an overview of Law and Legal Liabilities as they impact on business risks and potential insurance solutions.

The session will examine the main ways in which legal liability can affect companies, and where legal action and claims for compensation may be brought against firms for actions or omissions leading to injury and/or damage to third parties. The costs and payments incurred in such situations can often be indemnified by appropriate insurance and the presentation will include a look at what can be covered (and what may not be), together with a study of various extensions and additional covers that are available to businesses.

The session will also include an explanation of key terms and concepts specific to this area of insurance.

Some areas covered:

  • The main sources of English law.
  • Liabilities in tort, negligence, and the duty of care.
  • Liabilities that can be created by statutes.
  • Compensation for liabilities arising in civil law.
  • Defences against liability.
  • Main features of Public Liability cover.
  • Main features of Product Liability cover.

Guests will leave the session with a greater understanding of the main areas for consideration when looking to protect the assets of the company against the effects of various legal responsibilities.

Please contact Faye Pullenger-Brooks for more information.

20 Sep

Aon’s Client IQ Series: Business Interruption Insurance

Online Event

9:30am - 11:00am

These sessions are an ideal introduction to insurance for individuals who have recently become involved in their firm’s insurance programme or are looking to refresh their knowledge.

Aon’s technical training team will provide an overview of Business Interruption insurance.

The session will examine how damage to commercial premises and property can result in significant delay and disruption to business activities, with consequent loss of revenue and, potentially, the business itself.
These risks can often be mitigated by the arrangement of appropriate insurance and the presentation will include a look at what can be covered (and what may not be), together with a study of various extensions and additional covers that are available to businesses.

The session will also include an explanation of key terms and concepts specific to this area of insurance.

Some areas covered:

  • The different insurance options and needs facing different business types.
  • Issues surrounding business costs when setting limits and sums to be Insured.
  • The operation of the policy and certain significant terms and conditions.
  • The importance of selecting a sufficient Maximum Indemnity Period.
  • (Additional) Increased Costs of Working insurance.
  • Common Business Interruption extensions and additional covers available.
  • Getting the right cover in place to cater for individual factors such as company interdependencies.
  • Benefits of Business Interruption reviews and the importance of Business Continuity Plans.

Guests will leave the session with a greater understanding of the main areas for consideration when looking to protect the ability of firms to continue trading following loss to property and physical company assets.

Please contact Faye Pullenger-Brooks for more information.

22 Nov

Aon’s Client IQ Series: Directors & Officers’ Liability (D&O) Insurance

Online Event

9:30am - 11:00am

These sessions are an ideal introduction to insurance for individuals who have recently become involved in their firm’s insurance programme or are looking to refresh their knowledge.

Aon’s technical training team will provide an overview of Directors & Officers’ Liability insurance.

The session will examine the main ways in which legal liability can attach to senior members of companies, and where legal action and claims for compensation may be brought against these members in their personal capacity. The costs and payments incurred in such situations can often be indemnified by appropriate insurance and the presentation will include a look at what can be covered (and what may not be), together with a study of various extensions and additional covers that are available to businesses.

The session will also include an explanation of key terms and concepts specific to this area of insurance.

Some areas covered:

  • The background to D&O Liability.
  • The duties of directors and the potential consequences of non-compliance.
  • Who is covered by D&O Liability insurance?
  • How the policy operates and responds.
  • Common extensions and exclusions to cover.
  • The importance of timely claims notification.

Guests will leave the session with a greater understanding of the main areas for consideration when looking to protect the personal assets of senior company members.

Please contact Faye Pullenger-Brooks for more information.