Samantha is the Client Relationship Partner for two of Keoghs key insurer clients.
Samantha is also responsible for leading Keoghs market affairs and thought leadership programme. This includes keeping informed with and influencing any policy development that may affect the insurance industry through liaising with representatives within Government, Westminster and other relevant industry stakeholders.
She joined Keoghs in 2015 from the ABI where she was the policy lead on civil justice issues, responsible for identifying and developing ABI policy in several key areas that directly affect the costs facing and the reputation of the insurance industry. Prior to the ABI, Samantha qualified and practiced as a commercial insurance litigation solicitor.
Latest Insights by Samantha Ramen
Client Alerts 28/10/2020
The Transport Select Committee has continued the young and novice drivers inquiry it began earlier this year. What did the appearance of the Roads Minister in front of the committee tell us about the Government’s attitude towards this issue?
Client Alerts 16/10/2020
It’s been widely reported that Keith Stewart QC is to step into the shoes left by Lord Keen a month ago. During tumultuous times, our Market Affairs team looks at what items are top of the new appointee’s to-do list.
Client Alerts 21/09/2020
Lord Keen was the driving force behind-the-scenes on the whiplash reforms. Who is expected to take his place, and what is their stance on the whiplash reforms?
Client Alerts 04/09/2020
What will Parliament’s priorities be for the rest of the year? And what about the civil justice agenda?
As Parliament returns from recess, we take a look at the key questions facing the Government, and how the combination of opposition, committees and backbenchers will seek to hold them to account. We also set out some activity within the civil justice arena.
Client Alerts 14/08/2020
The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated the backlog of cases waiting to go through the court. As the issue starts to get more attention, we ask what short and long-term solutions there are…
Client Alerts 31/07/2020
The 2019 General Election Parliament has faced tumultuous challenges in its first months. With the summer recess beginning, we look back at the priorities and achievements of the political year so far.