LVs Rod Wilmot considers what the insurance sector needs to do to keep up with digital developments.
Jonathan Swift calls for more digital focus in 2017.
Tim Philip calls for insurance documents to be simplified for the good of the sector.
The rumour mill is turning, but strangely slowly.
Now that we have all had a chance to get back into our pre-Xmas routines and break our new year’s resolutions, I thought it would be a good chance to look at our crystal balls and predict how the year might pan out for brokers.
Una’s Tim Ryan says prevention is better than cure when it comes to cybercrime.
James York examines how fintech in insurance has fared in 2016 and looks to the next 12 months.
Michael Lawrence, personal lines director at LV, assess how the students reacted to the Broker Apprentices’ video presentations.
Dawn Johnstone of Kerry London asks what the opportunities are for brokers in the growing cyber market.
Mike Crane, deputy managing director at LV reviews the apprentices’ performances as they shot their promotional videos.
Michael Lawrence, personal lines director at LV, shares his thoughts on the first challenge as the apprentices went wombling in Wimbledon.
Insurance Age caught up with Tim Rolfe, chief executive officer, UK Specialty at Canopius.
Listening to the technological advances being made in the US, Sian Barton wonders where the broker is going to fit in.
App developer Richard Barlow says brokers must be alert to the impact of smartphone-only solutions on the car insurance market.
If you are a person of a certain age and disposition this week was particularly exciting for two reasons: a new trailer was released for the seventh Star Wars movie and tickets also went on sale.
Ingenin’s Manjit Rana warns that if the sector fails to innovate it will suffer when (not if) the disruptors come calling…
Ravi Takhar, CEO of Orchard Funding Group, explains the advantages of an insurance broker becoming a lender.
BT's Mark Jopling explains why insurers and brokers need to catch up and embrace digital technology now.
Marsh’s Julie Page calls for greater diversity in the broking world.
Helen Devery, partner and head of broker sector at insurance law business, BLM, discusses the importance of thinking in industry sectors when dealing with corporates.
Stephen Whitfield, consultant at Altus Consulting, explains why the GI sector is disappointing on digital.
Neil Davis, partner at national law firm Mills & Reeve, warns that the insurance sector could see an uptick in pressurised sales.
Howard Pepper, managing director at Momentum Broker Solutions examines the issues surrounding ARs.
Glynda Gill, digital strategy director, Guidewire Software talks about how tech can help insurer/broker interaction.