CPD: Motor insurance – latest developments from Brussels
- To be confirmed
- 17:00–19:00 CET
In 2017 the European Commission proposed changes to the Motor Insurance Directive which were subsequently adopted with several amendments by the European Parliament. The implementation of these changes is now in its final stages. What are the changes being proposed and how will they affect motor insurance in Malta?
- Understanding the changes proposed to the MID and the reasons behind them
- Understanding the process of how these changes will become effective
- Understanding the impact that these changes will have on motor insurance in Malta
- The motor insurance directive
- Motor third party liability insurance
- Protection of victims of traffic accidents
Anyone who works in motor insurance, in an area related to the settlement of third-party liability claims arising from traffic accidents or in insurance in general.
Mr Francis Valletta ACII, Chartered Insurance Practitioner
Trainer(s) bio and experience
Francis has over 35 years' experience in motor insurance in Malta, and currently holds the position of General Manager of the Motor Insurance Division of GasanMamo Insurance Ltd. He has been lecturing at the Malta International Training Centre for many years, and since 2009 he has been a Visiting Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Insurance, Faculty of Economics, Management & Accountancy, University of Malta. Francis is a long-standing member of the Motor Sector Committee of the Malta Insurance Association, for which he has served as Chairperson on several occasions. He currently represents the MIA in the Motor Working Group of Insurance Europe. He is also a member of the council of the Malta Green Card Bureau and the Motor Insurers’ Bureau.