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Covid- 19: Impact on Insurance Brokers’ own E&O Insurance

Presented by Peter Lennon, Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ)

15 June 2020 | CPD : 1 Hours

Webinar Details:

Brokers Ireland is delighted to host a webinar for our Insurance Broker members which will take place on 15 June 2020 at 11.00 to provide you with expert advice on the following areas:

• How best to respond to your clients’ questions on policy coverage
• What steps to take to avoid potential claims against your Brokerage
• What steps to take in the event of a Professional Indemnity circumstance or claim against your brokerage
• What Brokers should be particularly aware of now, to avoid exposure in future

One hour CPD (Cat-5 Commercial Lines) subject to approval will apply to registrants who attend this full hour webinar presentation. CPD certificates will be available to download on the Brokers Ireland members area of the website.


The webinar is being presented by one of Ireland’s leading experts on financial lines claims. Peter Lennon of Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ) has over 30 years’ experience, both in the defence of insurance claims and providing specific insurance advice to all of the major underwriters in the Irish market, as well as to a significant number of Lloyds Syndicates in Ireland. Peter acts on behalf of CGPA Europe / A.R. Brassington the largest providers of professional indemnity insurance to Insurance Brokers in Ireland and has particular expertise in defending claims against Insurance Brokers. He has represented insurance brokers in a wide variety of cases before the Courts and the Ombudsman. During the webinar, Peter will provide particular insight into the potential exposures faced by Insurance Brokers, as well as how your Brokerage can best address the issues that may arise in connection with clients who have experienced loss associated with COVID-19


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