'The digitisation of the London market is starting to deliver real efficiencies – we need to press on'
Fuelled by the need to work in different ways because of Covid-19, the market-wide drive to digitisation has started to deliver real efficiencies but we must seize on this momentum to modernise the way business is done in the world’s longest-established insurance marketplace
The hard market, combined with the changing risk environment, is providing significant opportunities for the intermediary's hybrid business model, its chief executive says
Insureds are increasingly interested in the capital and resources behind the individuals they interact with at specialty risk carriers such as Chaucer, the group’s chief executive says
Tokio Marine Kiln is engaged in a major portfolio optimisation programme to better position itself in the post-Covid market, the company’s chief underwriting officer says
The market must invest more in new technology ecosystems to enable coverholders to analyse, manage and share risk data more efficiently and cost effectively
In the post-lockdown world, a complete rethink of the use of the trading floors is required
To survive in a rapidly transforming market environment, it is critical brokers concentrate on those aspects of their role that truly add value to both underwriters and clients
Transforming the current market workplace environment to cater to different work patterns, backgrounds, circumstances, and abilities, demands a different style of leadership and talent management
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