What it takes to be a Power List player in 2024

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Insurance Post’s Power List reveals today’s leading lights in the industry, the demise of big name digital disruptors plus who has shaken up the market in the last 12 months.

As always, there are manyfamiliar faces on the Power List but following the demise of Amazon’s efforts to enter insurance, Tesla’s efforts stalling and generative artificial intelligence becoming part

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Groundhog day after 39 years at the ABI

After retiring from the trade body, Malcolm Tarling, former chief media relations officer at the Association of British Insurers, urges providers to avoid trying to make their products sexy and says clear communications are essential in the fight to improve customers’ trust and confidence in the industry.

Q&A: Marc Lewis, Ecclesiastical

Marc Lewis, underwriting director for the UK for Ecclesiastical, reveals how the insurer is embracing artificial intelligence plus its plans to grow the casualty business.

Protesters target Biba conference with street theatre

Greater Manchester Stop EACOP coalition chose to protest at the British Insurance Broker’s Association conference because the insurance industry is the “Achilles’ heel” of the fossil fuel projects it is campaigning against, according to member Martin Porter.

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