The BILA Journal (“Journal”) is the official journal of the Association. The Journal was first launched in 1964 and has been published regularly since then. BILA members can enjoy access to the full Archive of past Journals
The Journal contains articles and book reviews on various areas of insurance law from a variety of contributors, whether working in private practice, academia or the insurance industry. The Journal is published on a rolling basis online so that articles are added once they have been accepted and edited, and a bound version is planned for publication in October of each year. In an added benefit for members, this annual bound copy is sent to every member of BILA free of charge.
The Journal is edited using a style guide which may be referred to by contributors. You can download the Editorial Style Guide and an Article Template below:.Editorial Guidelines Article Template
All accepted contributors will be sent one extra free copy of the printed Journal.
The Journal editor and deputy editor are pleased to bring to the attention of BILA members the “Report on the Establishment of an EEA Insurer in another Member State”.
A working group was established by the Financial Markets Law Committee (“FMLC”) to examine the lack of clarity surrounding the distinction between a (re)insurer providing services in an EEA Member State and becoming established in that Member State (the “Issue”). In this Report, the Issue is examined with the UK as the primary jurisdiction and within the context of an EEA (re)insurer seeking to do business or doing business in the UK. Some analysis is also included of the law in other EEA Member States, and of related issues affecting non-EEA (re)insurers. This report has not been reviewed, approved or adopted by the FMLC but it is published with the permission of the FMLC Secretariat (http://www.fmlc.org/), which was involved in early discussions and project coordination.
BILA is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the Report on the Establishment of an EEA Insurer in another Member State.