The webinar will consist of two sessions and will explore what has changed in the world of procurement, and what the insurance market looks like for Public entities. If you are tendering or renewing your insurance what can you look forward to?
Procurement in the “new normal” – how have things changed post COVID-19 in procurement, and will things change again after 31 December 2020?
Session one is presented by David Hansom. David is a Partner at Clyde & Co and leads the global procurement and state aid practice, with significant experience in advising clients in the UK and internationally across a wide variety of sectors and infrastructure asset classes
Insurance Market update for Public entities – a review of the current insurance market and a look ahead to 2021
This session will be of particular use to those either renewing or tendering their insurance arrangements in the next 12 months, and is presented by Tim Devine, Managing Director, Public Sector and Education, Gallagher.
Please note: This webinar is for Public Sector organisations only.
For a recording of the webinar please call 0800 138 7513
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