Why dead-end jobs in insurance are a thing of the past

Shaun Geils, global head of insurance at IQ-EQ, considers how the adoption of new technology promises to transform the industry’s image from antiquated to cutting-edge.

Shaun Geils, global head of insurance at IQ-EQ, considers how the adoption of new technology promises to transform the industry’s image from antiquated to cutting-edge.

The increasing frequency and intensity of global risks – resurgent inflation, climate change, supply chain woes, global conflict and peaking longevity – are heightening scrutiny on the insurance

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Lloyd’s DEI role model Kirat Kaur Nandra

Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models, and over the coming weeks we will feature them all. Today’s spotlight is on Kirat Kaur Nandra, diversity, equity and inclusion champion and currently credit control manager at Chubb.

Gallagher’s Kruger on the benefits of reverse mentoring

View from the Top: Brent Kruger, chief information officer at Gallagher, is currently a mentee on a reverse mentoring programme and shares his thoughts on how these initiatives can play an important role in building a more inclusive culture.

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Lloyd’s DEI role model: David Flint

Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models and over the coming weeks we will feature them all with today’s spotlight on the ambassador of the Lloyd’s Football Club and CEO of Blue Mountain Capacity David Flint.

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