Future-of-work

Q&A: Clare LeBecq, Specialist Risk Group

Clare Lebecq stepped down from her role as London Market Group CEO at the end of April to become group chief operating officer at Specialist Risk Group. Stephanie Denton spoke to her about why the role attracted her and how she still plans to be vocal on…

Pen's Nick Wright on the future of sales and marketing

The pandemic has accelerated the move to digital and remote engagement and forced many transactions online. Nick Wright, chief business development officer for Pen Underwriting, asks if insurance will ever return to good old fashioned face-to-face…

Q&A: James Gearey, Covéa

After nine months in the role, James Gearey, managing director for personal lines and protection at Covéa, spoke to Post about partnering with Vitality, digital innovation and how technology is changing personal lines offerings.

QBE’s Emma Higgins on the new way of working

After the insurance industry adapted quickly to operating remotely last year, it now faces the challenge of addressing new ways of working in the future, says Emma Higgins, chief human resources officer at QBE Europe.

Editor's comment: Proving its resilience

With May comes the market staple of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference, albeit in a slightly different virtual guise. Our thoughts therefore turn to the broking sector and what the impact of the last 12 months have been on it.

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