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2019 TEC is Affecting the Insurance Industry - Is the BOT Taking Over?

  • Fri 22 Nov 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Jonathon Wright, Digital Assured
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2019 Raising Visibility for Career Success

  • Tue 12 Nov 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Susan Heaton Wright

In this interactive presentation, our speaker shares the secrets to being visible; top tips on how to be interesting to decision makers; case studies from people who know how to be visible and how to be noticed, so you too are successful.

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2019 Hydrologist and Floods

  • Tue 08 Oct 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Richard Knightly Hawkins
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2019 Insurance Institute of Northampton Annual Dinner

  • Fri 04 Oct 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm
  • The Marriott Hotel

We invite you to join us for an evening of entertainment and fund raising on behalf of the Insurance Charities and this year the President’s own chosen charity, Blind Veterans UK, a charity supporting army veterans with rehabilitation after losing their sight.

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2019 Cyber 101: A Crash Course

  • Wed 11 Sep 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Aaron Yates, Berea Associates / Cyber AMI

Cyber 101: A crash course on the intersection of cybersecurity, data protection and cyber insurance

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2019 Nottingham Insurance Institute InsurED & Financial Planning Day

  • Tue 10 Sep 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
    • Derek Redmond, Relay Champion

Nottingham Insurance Institute are holding their 7th InsurED; a one day conference for all our financial services and general insurance members.

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2019 Evolution of the Motor Market BIBA/CII

  • Wed 24 Jul 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
  • Old Northamptonians

A lunch time session based on the BBC Question Time model.

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2019 The State of the Economy

  • Tue 02 Jul 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians

This session will discuss and provide an up-to-date overview on the current state of the economy and how it is controlled.

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2019 Northampton Insurance Institute Annual Golf Conpetition

  • Thu 20 Jun 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • Kingsthorpe Golf Club

Come and join us in a day of fun on the Green!

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2019 The Dark Art of Subsidence

  • Tue 11 Jun 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Sne Patel BSc (Hons) MRICS MBA, Crawford & Company
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2019 Captive Insurance

  • Wed 22 May 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Callum Beaton

Captive Insurance - Is it all it’s cracked up to be? by Callum Beaton

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2019 AGM and Quiz Night

  • Wed 17 Apr 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Kingsthorpe Golf Club
    • Sian Cassie, IIN

Join us at our 2019 AGM and our Annual Quiz, we'd be delighted to welcome you!

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2019 The Salisbury Novichok Poisoning Case Lecture

  • Wed 17 Apr 8:15 am – 9:30 am
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Damian Glyn, Sedgwick

This session will consider the various ways in which business interruption policies may/may not have been able to respond to the challenges faced by businesses following the Novichok contamination.

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Failure mechanisms of lithium-ion batteries

  • Tue 12 Jun 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

Failure mechanisms of lithium-ion batteries - Forensic scientists view By Simon Munford - Hawkins Forensic Scientists Date - Tuesday 12th June 2018 12.15 for 12.30 start (Please note that this event is 1-hour duration) Venue: Sir Humphries Cripps Pavilion, Old Northamptonians Billing Road, Northampton NN1 5RX Event Overview This presentation will cover the construction, use and safety features of lithium-ion batteries. It will then explore the various failure mechanisms of lithium-ion batteries ranging from ‘safe’ failures to catastrophic failures, which can result in fires and explosions. The recent lithium-ion battery issues with Tesla cars and Samsung mobile telephones will also be examined. The presentation will conclude with a short section on the investigation of lithium-ion battery fires and what is expected to be seen after a fire. The Learning Objectives for this session are After the presentation, the audience will have a better understanding of how lithium-ion batteries work, how and why fires occur, what can be done to prevent them and the expected results of an investigation About the speaker Simon Munford has been an associate at Hawkins for just under five years. He has an MA and MEng in electrical engineering from the University of Cambridge and is a member of the IET. At Hawkins, Simon specialises in fire and explosion investigation and investigation into electrical and electronic failures. To book Email sian.eaglestone@towergate.co.uk or call Sian on DD: 01604 887363 Buffet available from 12.15. Voluntary contribution for buffet goes to our supported charities Members and Non-members welcome

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An overview of Lifetime Allowance and other Allowances in relation to Pensions

  • Tue 10 Apr 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Vince Smith-Hughes, Prudential

Join us for an overview of customers' behaviours and death benefit freedoms since the introduction of pension freedoms.

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Annual Dinner 2017

  • Fri 06 Oct 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm
  • The Marriott Hotel

Join us at the annual dinner being held at the Marriott Hotel, Northampton

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Business Interruption

  • Tue 12 Sep 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians

Join us at our September CPD seminar - an interesting and thought-provoking insight into Business Interruption.

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Could your 'Good Enough' be better?

  • Wed 19 Jul 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Old Northamptonians
    • Gary Rees, Towergate
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International Liability and Nuclear Risks

  • Tue 13 Jun 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Old Northamptonians

Event Overview The aims of the session will be to: 1. Give an overview of the nuclear industry and the “nuclear fuel cycle” 2. Provide a summary of the regulatory and insurance requirements of the nuclear industry 3. Outline the underwriting and coverage challenges the industry provides 4. Flag-up common claims scenarios If time permits there will also be a brief commentary on the international casualty market and programmes Learning Outcomes Nuclear risks are not an everyday occurrence for most insurance practitioners. That said, they are more common than many suppose and provide a unique set of challenges. Key points will be: 1. What is a “nuclear” risk? Are they scary? 2. Common myths and misconceptions about nuclear insurance 3. What clients and insurers need to know and ask questions about 4. My client says she needs nuclear insurance? Does she? If so, what information is required? 5. Who writes this stuff anyway? 6. The regulatory background to nuclear insurance About the speaker Will is currently the Underwriting Manager at Nuclear Risk Insurers, formerly known as the British Nuclear Pool. He is responsible for writing a variety of covers, including MD/BI and TPL, for a range of Nuclear Facilities, including Nuclear Power Plants, Uranium Enrichment and Fuel Fabrication. Prior to NRI he spent some 20 years in the London Market including ten years at Munich Re and five years at Allianz Global. His background is mainly in Casualty Underwriting, specifically heavy international casualty programmes. He originally trained as a lawyer and is ACII qualified. His main claim to fame is that Tom Hall places his household insurance. To book Email sian.eaglestone@towergate.co.uk or call Sian on DD: 01604 887363 Buffet available from 12.15. Voluntary contribution for buffet goes to our supported charities Members and Non members welcome

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Pension Freedoms - Two Years On

  • Tue 09 May 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Old Northamptonians

Vince Smith-Hughes, Director of Business Development at Prudential attends to give an overview of customers' behaviors since the introduction of pension freedoms, and what the implications of this are for customers.

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