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RSA part VII transfer in response to Brexit
As a result of the UK’s prospective withdrawal from the European Union (EU) (commonly known as “Brexit”), Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc (RSAI), is taking the necessary steps to establish a new legal entity in Luxembourg, RSA Luxembourg S.A. (RSAL).
RSAI intends to transfer certain of its insurance and reinsurance business from RSAI to RSAL. These changes are required to maintain a viable operating model and to continue to service RSAI’s European business. If the proposed transfer does not take place and the UK does withdraw from the EU, then it may not be legally permissible for RSAI to pay valid claims in respect of European risks.
Notice is hereby given that the Claimants made an application on 3 August 2018 to the High Court of Justice of England and Wales (Court) under Part VII of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) (Application) for an order sanctioning an insurance business transfer scheme (Scheme).
The below documents provide important information about the proposed transfer. These documents are available in English, French, German, Spanish and Dutch.
The Application is directed to be held before a judge at the Rolls Building, 7 Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1NL on 29 November 2018. If approved by the Court, the Scheme will become effective immediately after midnight (UK time) on 1 January 2019. This website will be refreshed as new information is available.
If you do not have any concerns about the proposed Transfer, or do not wish to raise an objection, no further action is required.
The contact methods below are for questions relating to the proposed transfer. Any other general queries relating to your policy, contract or claim that do not relate to the proposed transfer should continue to be made to your usual contact or using the contact details set out in your policy or contract documentation.
If you have additional questions or concerns, or wish to raise an objection to the proposed transfer, you may contact us using any of the below contact methods:
By email: RSABrexit@Equiniti.com
By telephone: All telephone calls relating to the Scheme should be directed to our helplines detailed below. The helplines are open from 08:00 to 18:00 (UK time) Monday to Friday and are available to take calls in English, French, German, Spanish and Dutch languages. Calls may be recorded.
English: +44 121 415 0953
French: +44 121 441 7704
German: +44 121 441 7702
Spanish: +44 121 441 7703
Dutch: +44 121 441 7701
By post: All letters relating to the Scheme should be directed to the following addresses:
- UK: RSA UK, 20 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 3AU, United Kingdom
- Germany: RSA Germany, Direktion für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Hansaring, 20 D-50670, Köln, Deutschland
- Spain: RSA Spain, Sucursal en Espana, Paseo de la Castellana, 95 – Planta 19 (Edificio Torre Europa), 28046, Madrid, Spain
- France: RSA France, Immeuble le Leeds, 253 Boulevard de Leeds, 59777 Euralille, France
- Belgium: RSA Belgium, Woluwedal 62, 1200 Brussel, Belgium
- Netherlands: RSA Netherlands, O. Box 4143, 3006 AC Rotterdam, The Netherlands