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.
David Coupe, partner at EC3\Legal, counts the cost of the insurance premium tax rise.
Kieran Jones considers what brokers need to think about when they are asked to insure drones.
PremFina’s CEO Bundeep Singh Rangar discusses how brokers can maximize their profits by using new premium finance solutions.
Peter Staddon, managing director of the Managing General Agents' Association, calls for clear structures around business responsibilities.
Charles Manchester on the Grand Canyon, the Hoover Dam, poker and Vegas on the last leg of Route 66.
Sam Evans, of KPMG, explains why the broking firms that are flexible and embrace FinTech will be the winners.
Charles Manchester on 72oz steaks and dodging tornados on Route 66.
Following our look at The Cloud in June’s Insurance Age edition Jeff Purdy of Applied Systems explains why it’s the way forward.
Charles Manchester gets his kicks on his epic trip along Route 66.
Charles Manchester starts his motorcycle road adventure in the US.
Alan Watkins, IT director of Claims Consortium Group, explains why he believes web apps can really help the broker and customer relationship.
Mark Ward, head of insurance Industry practice at Artesian Solutions, urges the insurance sector to take the digital lead.
Broker and digital expert James York calls for the sector to pull together and share data in order to drive investment from angel investors
Recognising opportunity and potential is what drives a business forward, that and having the right people in the right place, with the right tools to do their job.
With the start of the 2015 British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference only hours away I decided to offer some educated guesses and more left field suggestions as to what the hot topics and discussions on the floor are likely to be.
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