Delegates set to attend the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s online annual conference have been unable to access the platform.
Ahead of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association hosting its annual conference online for the first time ever, Post caught up with CEO Steve White to discuss what virtual attendees will see and hear about, the trade body’s ongoing lobbying and his lack of e-scooter antics.
Ahead of the British Insurance Brokers' Associations first virtual annual conference Post caught up with some movers and shakers to find out what they were hoping for out of this year's event.
While insurtechs start-ups might start off small, their growth ambitions are anything but. Incumbents are well known for adopting a merger and acquisition approach while insurtechs have a less uniform method to overseas expansion.
We launched our #MentalHealth standards last year to provide better support for customers with #MentalHealth conditions when applying for health, travel or protection #insurance. #MHAW #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/C5ZTgtYJA4 pic.twitter.com/ZzW2tx7bnI— ABI (@BritishInsurers) May 10, 2021
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Following on from Insurance Post’s Covid Casts, this new video series tackles some of the biggest issues in insurance including the future of flood insurance, mental health inclusivity, crowdfunding for insurtech, the Supreme Court business interruption ruling and whiplash protocol reaction.