About MS Amlin
MS Amlin is a leading global specialty commercial insurer and reinsurer with operations in the Lloyd’s, UK, Continental European and Bermudian markets.
Comprising Mitsui Sumitomo’s London and Bermuda-based operations and the historic Amlin businesses, MS Amlin specialises in providing insurance cover for a wide range of risks to commercial enterprises and reinsurance protection to other insurers around the world.
It is wholly owned and fully supported by the financial strength and scale of MS&AD of Japan, the eighth largest non-life insurer in the world. To learn more, visit www.msamlin.com.
MS Amlin publishes Brexit update
Given the result of the vote on the proposed Brexit deal by the UK’s Parliament, we wanted to assure you that whilst the outcome of the vote creates uncertainty for the UK, the EU and its global trading partners, it has no impact on our Brexit plans.
As per previous communications on this issue, all our plans have been developed on the basis of the worst-case scenario, i.e. a “Hard Brexit”.
Therefore, the operational plans and processes we established remain valid and untouched by this outcome.
This includes our plans for MS Amlin Underwriting Limited, trading through Lloyd’s Brussels subsidiary; as well as the re-domiciling of MS Amlin Insurance SE, from London to Brussels.
What this means for you
In December 2018, we launched our Guide to Brexit, click here to view the guide. This guide, along with our comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions document, click here to view, should provide Coverholders and Brokers with adequate and clear guidance on how to continue to trade with us prior to the planned departure date from the European Union of 29 March 2019.
Now that a Hard Brexit seems more likely, you should be aware that depending on the location of your clients and their risks, you may require additional licences and approvals. Please ensure you investigate the possible implications for your business, before 29th March 2019.
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