Roundtable: How can brokers blossom in the ever-evolving EV market?

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Back row, l-r: Steve Molloy, AX director of commercial sales, Nick Mohan, Jackson Lee Underwriting managing director, Matthew Porter, QBE head of technical and business performance for motor, Tom Clarke, Abacai chief EV officer, Daniel West, Greenways business development director, Alex Borgnis, LV head of motor underwriting, Gerry Ross, Allianz head of commercial motor and Mike Wall, Markerstudy head of non-standard motor and home. Front row, l-r: Richard Daws, MNK Re director, Janine Freeman, AX head of e-Ventures, James Allenby, Novo Insurance director, Barry Mamtora, Forum Insurance managing director and Leon Bosch, Partners & head of automotive.

The electric vehicle and hybrid market is set to grow exponentially in the next decade as UK motorists are encouraged to transition from internal combustion engines. Our expert panel and sponsor AX learn more.

According to the International Energy Agency, there were 11m electric vehicles on the world’s roads in 2020, and that number is expected to rise to 145m by 2030.

EVs are creating a range of changes as to how and why people access vehicles ,and this change in consumer demand is challenging the traditional models of insurance.


James Allenby, Novo Insurance director

Alex Borgnis, LV head of motor underwriting

Leon Bosch, Partners & head of automotive

Tom Clarke, Abacai chief EV

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