The FERMA/AIRMIC joint Brexit Newsletter is designed to give risk professionals unique insight into Brexit related risks and mitigation strategies. 

The articles from the November 2018 edition are below:

Preparing for Brexit, a multidisciplinary approach: An interview with Solvay’s Sonia Cambier

UK set for weak GDP growth slowdown as Brexit uncertainty bites – Euler Hermes

Airbus Risk Assessment: A discussion with head of insurance risk management, Thierry Justice

Suki Basi, CEO of the Russell Group on Brexit’s opportunities

Herbert Smith Freehills: Five months to Brexit: avoiding a “no deal” crisis

Airmic discuss what Brexit means for your insurance programme


The articles from the January 2019 edition are below:

Ensuring Continuity Post Brexit: An interview with Ipsen’s Anne Piot d’Abzac

Brexit and GDPR: Explained by Koan Law

How to manage the workforce risks of Brexit

Failure to prepare for Brexit leaves UK company directors legally exposed

“The London Market is well-prepared for a no deal scenario” – IUA

The implications of a no deal Brexit for EU27 SMEs


The articles from the April 2019 edition are below:

How Prysmian has dealt with its Brexit exposure

Brexit: a wake-up call in an unstable global trade environment

Brexit and what it teaches us about political risk

Brexit – an update on contract continuity

The impact of Brexit on cyber security law

Business after Brexit: a checklist


The articles from the July 2019 edition are below:

Brexit discussions: insurance consequences for Lufthansa Group

One of the largest Swedish construction group, Skanska opts for a reinsurance scheme for its UK activities

Turbulent times on both sides of the Channel

Is the risk profession ignoring the wider implications of Brexit?


The articles from the November 2019 edition are below:

Opinion: Uncertainty declines but Brexit continues to hurt UK and EU economies

Is your supply chain ready for Brexit?

Brexit: An Interview with Coca-Cola European Partners

Preparing for Brexit: EIOPA’s approach


The articles from the March 2020 edition are below:

Cross border disputes post Brexit – will there be an increase in arbitrations?

Update on Solvency II since Brexit day

London Insurance Market looking to expand international trade relationships, says IUA

Post-Brexit supply chain: how import controls will hit businesses