Vote now for the winner of the Industry Impact Award at the British Insurance Awards 2022

The 20th British Insurance Awards were held at the Royal Albert Hall

Voting is now open for you to decide who should win the Industry Impact Award at the 2022 British Insurance Awards.

The British Insurance Awards’ judges have already shortlisted four significant events that happened in the last 12 to 18 months and it is now up to Insurance Post readers to decide on the winner.

 

The shortlist are:

Brown & Brown’s proposed acquisition of GRP

COP 26/ Launch of Net Zero Insurance Alliance

The Insurance Industry Pricing Review Initiative

The completion of the RSA/InTact deal

 

Vote for the winner of the Industry Impact Award sponsored by Close Brothers Premium Finance, which will be announced at the British Insurance Awards on the 6 July at the Royal Albert Hall.

The deadline for votes if 5pm on Friday 1 July.

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