Post - Post June 2021

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Editor's comment: Growing up

I have two pre-teens in the house who can’t wait to be teenagers. I’m reminded almost daily of the birthdays coming up and how different life will be when 13 comes around.

Aston Lark's Peter Blanc on relevance and opportunity

Aston Lark group CEO Peter Blanc assesses why the market can’t just continue to offer the same old products, tweaked to be one step ahead of the next best, with cover for intangible assets coming to the fore along with the need to have challenging…

Interview: Nick Turner, NFU Mutual

After a tricky year as Chartered Insurance Institute president Nick Turner has stepped up as NFU Mutual group CEO. He talks to Stephanie Denton about insuring the most dangerous profession in the UK, accepting the golden ticket and why constant movement…

Spotlight: Technology - A digital future

It’s no secret that many insurers are still held back by outdated legacy software systems, but for many, the significant operational impacts of the inefficiencies this engenders is difficult to quantify

Spotlight: Motor – The future of pricing

Changing consumer behaviour, the economic climate and a review of pricing practices are some of the challenges facing the motor insurance sector currently. Our research looked in more depth at how these changes might impact the sector, its pricing and…

Insurtech Focus: Founders of the Future

Although cynics saw them as a fad, insurtechs are now very much part of the UK insurance scene. Indeed some have matured into sizable businesses that are proving attractive to employees who might have otherwise never though about a career in insurance…

Insurtech Focus: Incumbents and insurtechs

Over recent years the talk around insurtechs has moved from disruption to co-operation. With this in mind, Post canvassed a host of major insurers to discover which start-ups they work and/or invest in; and what they look for when it comes to digital…

Marsh McLennan receives Lord Mayor’s Dragon Award

Marsh McLennan has received the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Award for the social impact achieved through Surviving to Thriving – a strategic regional initiative developed by British Red Cross to support unaccompanied refugees and asylum seekers aged 11 to 25.

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