PB Week: Running the New York marathon


As I got in the cab from JFK, I wasn't sure how to avoid it sounding like a travelogue with some tenuous link to the insurance industry. Then along it came before I got to the hotel - 40 foot high, a poster. [For details on sponsoring Marc please see the bottom of the blog - Ed].

Remember Elliot Spitzer? You probably would if you were around in 2004, especially at Aon, Marsh, Willis, JLT or the like. It was Spitzer who went on a moral crusade about contingent commissions with huge implications

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