IRLA Congress & Business Seminar 2021

Due to the changing Government guidelines, and with the agreement of The Grand Hotel, Brighton,  we will not be running Congress in 2020 but will come back 20-22 September 2021. IRLA would like to thank all suppliers that work with us on this event for being so pragmatic and supportive – more of which to follow.

All current delegate tickets and prices will be honoured, and new tickets will be issued in due course. Cancellations will be possible, but only if the place can be sold on. All new tickets will be priced at 2021 prices. Please contact secretariat for more details or to register.

Our thanks go to our Gold Sponsors – BC Legal, Cooley (UK) and Riverstone Management, as well as Silver Sponsors Davies GroupCatalina UK ServicesSwiss Re and our Expert Advocates Deloittes LLPFreeborn & Peters and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Media Sponsors for the event are Insurance Insider.

In registering for this event, you agree that your contact details will be publicly available. The purpose being for delegates to arrange meetings etc.

We are fund raising for Alzheimer’s Research UK and Young Minds, and you can support us when we sky jump on April 20 2021 see our justgiving page here.

Please click here for The Grand’s COVID safety measures



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The Grand Hotel, Brighton and Jurys inn Waterfront
AMS for IRLA international
Leslie-Ann Giovnilli
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Please click here for the delegate list


IRLA Code of Conduct

The IRLA Board believe that an important principle of leadership is to set a positive example regarding fair and ethical behaviour, and that IRLA members will respond positively in their own behaviours based on what they see of the Board’s conduct. The Board pledge to treat all members with courtesy and ask the same in return. The Board also asks that members treat fellow members and Association/AMS staff with respect, without aggression, abuse or harassment.

Association Directors and Association/AMS staff have the right to perform their duties and to assist others without fear of being assaulted, threatened, verbally abused or discriminated against. Any actions, unintentional or otherwise, whether physical or verbal (including threatening or abusive language made in person, over the telephone or in written communication), which cause members, Directors or Association/AMS staff to feel threatened, uncomfortable or embarrassed are unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

A single incident can amount to harassment and will be treated seriously. Any reported act or threat of physical or verbal abuse, or discrimination will be reported to the member’s employer with details of the incident.

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