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Events

20. May 2019, 14:00
STARTPLATZ
Im Mediapark 5
50670, Cologne

Legal Day

Details

Together with lawyers and experts from our member companies BLD – Bach Langheid Dallmayr and Clyde & Co, we are offering startups the opportunity to clarify individual legal issues relating to regulation, legal formation, cooperation, and anything LEGALLEGALLEGAL! With workshops, individual sessions, and group discussions, experienced legal advisors will be at your side to answer your individual questions – from GDPR and startup topics to outsourcing and more!

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Keynotes

  • Insights into the practice of ELEMENT – First steps as a risk carrier and legal challenges in partner on-boarding. Carsten Dietert; ELEMENT Insurance AG
  • Internet sales channel – regulatory implementation of cross-border insurance concepts. Martin Schaaf; BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr
  • InsurTech Trends 2019 – How is technology changing the legal insurance landscape? Nigel Brook & Wynne Lawrence; Clyde & Co

Breakout-Sessions

(BLD)

Questions of divisional allocation in accordance with Annex 1 to the VAG. Dr. Joachim Grote; BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr

  • Why is the categorization important?
  • What does the division depend on?
  • Example

The Challenge of Cooperation – Ensuring IDD Conformity and § 48a ff. VAG Dr. Alexander Beyer; BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr

  • Remuneration models and conflicts of interest
  • Best possible interest
  • Advisory duties

InsurTechs in industrial liability insurance Carsten Hösker; BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr

  • Common cover modules
  • Market standards
  • Adjusting screws for tailor-made concepts for specific customer groups

Autonomous Driving – Product liability vs. traditional insurance Lilian Lubetzki; BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr

  • Legal framework in Germany
  • Comparison with UK
  • Compared to USA

(Clyde & Co)

Getting Started – Regulatory framework for InsurTechs Dr. Henning Schaloske; Clyde & Co

  • Spectrum of actors from risk carriers to intermediaries
  • Regulatory agencies: Responsibilities and authorisation procedures
  • Regulation of Insurtechs: Regulatory Sandboxes and Proportionality

Working with Insurers – Outsourcing & Co Dr. Kathrin Feldmann; Clyde & Co

  • Cooperation with insurers as intermediaries or service providers
  • General regulatory requirements for spin-offs
  • Challenges in online sales

Smart Insurance Contracts – Neither Smart Nor Contracts? (DE/EN) Lukas Wagner; Clyde & Co

  • Introduction to Blockchain, DLT and Smart Contracts
  • Examples of Smart Contracts in insurance
  • Legal implications

Sensors Pulling the Trigger – IoT and Parametic Insurance (EN) Nigel Brook & Wynne Lawrence, Clyde & Co

  • Overview of how IoT can enable parametric covers
  • Governance and legal issues
  • Proof of concept example

1on1s / Individual consultation
Experienced consultants from BLD – Bach Langheid Dallmayr and Clyde & Co are available to answer specific questions in individual sessions.

Further information can be found at STARTPLATZ