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ROYAL AND SUN ALLIANCE AND RSA LUXEMBOURG SA NOTICE

ROYAL AND SUN ALLIANCE AND RSA LUXEMBOURG SA NOTICE

Published: 24 August 2018

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE                   CR-2018-006267

BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS
OF ENGLAND AND WALES
COMPANIES COURT (ChD)

IN THE MATTER OF
ROYAL & SUN ALLIANCE INSURANCE PLC
AND
IN THE MATTER OF
RSA LUXEMBOURG S.A.
AND
IN THE MATTER OF
THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on 3 August 2018, Royal & Sun
Alliance Insurance plc (RSAI) and RSA Luxembourg S.A. (RSAL) made
an application (the Application) to the High Court of Justice (the Court)
pursuant to section 107(1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act
2000 (FSMA) for an order under section 111 of FSMA sanctioning an
insurance business transfer scheme (the Scheme) and making ancillary
provisions in connection with the Scheme pursuant to section 112
of FSMA.

The Scheme provides for the transfer to RSAL, a wholly and directly
owned subsidiary of RSAI, of:

(a) the whole of the general insurance and reinsurance business carried
on by the Netherlands, Belgian, German, French and Spanish
branches of RSAI (with the exception of certain reinsurance
business, which is excluded from the Scheme); and

(b) that part of all or any insurance policies (other than any policies
which evidence a contract of reinsurance) written or assumed by
the UK establishment of RSAI in respect of risks located in EEA
States other than the UK, together with related reserves and
reinsurance assets and certain claims administration arrangements.

Copies of a report on the terms of the Scheme prepared pursuant to
section 109 of FSMA (the Independent Expert Report), a statement
setting out the terms of the Scheme and a summary of the Independent
Expert Report are available free of charge to download at
http://www.rsagroup.com/brexit or by writing to RSA UK & International,
20 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 3AU clearly marked on the front
with the reference “RSA BREXIT” or by email to RSABrexit@equiniti.com
referencing “RSA BREXIT” or by calling the RSA Brexit contact centre
on +44 121 415 0953. The helpline will be open Monday to Friday from
08:00 to 18:00, UK time. Calls may be recorded. Supporting documents
and any further news about the Scheme will be posted on the webpage
so you may wish to check for updates.

The Application is directed to be heard before a judge on 29 November
2018 at The Rolls Building, Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1NL, United
Kingdom. If approved by the Court, it is proposed that the transfer will
take effect immediately after midnight (GMT) on 1 January 2019.

Any person who believes that he or she would be adversely affected by
the carrying out of the Scheme is entitled to make written represent -
ations to the Court and/or have their concerns heard in person (or by a
legal representative) at the hearing of the Application on 29 November
2018. Any such person may also raise their concerns with RSAI in
writing or over the telephone and RSAI will make a record of these
concerns and communicate them to the Prudential Regulation Authority,
the Financial Conduct Authority, the Independent Expert and the Court.

Any person who intends to make representations (whether by telephone
or in writing) or to appear at Court is requested (but not obliged) to
provide details of their representations or notice of their intention to
appear at Court and details of their concerns as soon as possible and
ideally no later than 16 November 2018 using the contact details set
out above.

Dated: 24 August 2018

Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP
Tower Bridge House, St Katharine’s Way,
London E1W 1AA, United Kingdom
Ref: ROY25.23/AP02/MG02
Solicitors for the Applicants

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