Insurance 2021, Sector Speed Read

During 2020, Coronavirus has impacted everything, and insurance is no exception. Despite a strong start, the pandemic has prompted some to call 2020 “a lost year”. Whilst this may be true in some senses, it has certainly prompted insurers to diversify and look for new...

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Are Actuaries Irrelevant?

In a world where AI, big data, and improved analytics are increasingly relied upon for complex tasks, and with regulatory landscapes constantly changing, how has the career path of the Actuary evolved over the years? In fact, asks Clare Nash, “Are Actuaries still relevant to Boards?”...

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#CyberRisk Are you covered?

How do leaders and business managers anticipate and contain the diverse, often unknown, emerging cyber risks in the Insurance sector?  Unsurprisingly, cybersecurity is a constant issue, often sitting at the top of many Board agendas. Many recent high profile incidents of hacking and cyber intrusion...

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‘I’ is for Inclusion

Over lunch with a senior industry figure, the topic of Diversity and Inclusion came up. We both recognized that these are ‘words of the moment’ and reports such as McKinsey’s “Delivering through Diversity” in January 2018 have fanned the flame of that conversation, suggesting a...

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The bold and the brave …

Whilst not exactly setting the bars and restaurants of Lime Street alight, the topic of digitalisation and its impact on the insurance industry is a big issue.  Whether it centres on innovative start-ups or the reimagining of systems and processes by established players, other than...

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Insurance People Moves: October 2018

The following appointments have all taken place during the last few months, covering the full breadth of the wider insurance marketplace. If you would like to discuss the insurance market or how Norman Broadbent can help your business, please contact Mike davies on mike.davies@normanbroadbentinterim.com or +44 (0) 20 7484 0067...

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