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9789041128508 The Laval and Viking cases; freedom of services and establishment v.
The judgement represents a further important decision for the freedom of services as a fundamental pillar of the European Union.
Because some trade barriers affecting business sectors outside the realm of insurance are now being removed, and at the end of this year some of those restrictions on freedom of services will be eased.
When Insurance Services Are Free Since July 1 members of the European Community have been enjoying a new "freedom": The non-life Freedom of Services Directive has been added to freedom of capital transfer and freedom of establishment.
With an established presence in 16 countries across Europe and Freedom of Services permissions to operate in 27 European countries, ACE Europe provides a range of tailored Property and Casualty, Accident and Health and Personal Lines solutions for a diverse range of clients.
In effect, those who find life easier as a consequence of freedom of services are likely to be the customers, not the providers and sellers.
Domiciled in Dublin, Ireland, and holding a passport under the EC Freedom of Services Directive, PMI Europe has offices in London, Milan, Frankfurt and Brussels.
On June 1, 1980, the Coinsurance Directive was enacted as a first step towards freedom of services in the European Community.