For Post’s third research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks Lloyd’s and London Market players for their views on globalisation, diversity and the future of the market.
The final section of Post’s research on risk management looks to the future and Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers how they think insurance will fit into the digital world.
In the third part of this research, Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers whether commodotisation is a concern and discusses the merits of the services offered by the insurance industry.
In the second part of the research, risk managers tell Michèle Bacchus their thoughts about regulation, brokers, and consolidation.
For Post’s second research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks 15 senior and junior risk managers for their views on insurers, brokers, regulation and what they would like the future of the sector to look like
In the fourth and final section of this research project, Michèle Bacchus asks young insurer employees how they see the future of insurance and what they feel they can learn from the older generation.
In the third section of the research, Michèle Bacchus asks 52 young insurer employees about the relationships the insurance industry has with the government and the general public.
In the second section of the research, Michèle Bacchus asks more than 50 young insurer employees about their lives in the insurance industry itself.
For Post’s first research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks more than 50 young insurer employees why they joined the sector, where they think the industry is heading and whether they want to be a part of its future.
In the final part of a five-part series covering the results of Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports how our insurance CEOs view relationships with brokers, professionalism in the sector and the importance of diversity for…
In the fourth report covering the results of Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald asks how important data is, how social insurance and social media tools fit into the sector and what the emerging threats are for our CEOs and managing…
In the third of a five-part series covering the results of the State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports how our CEOs and managing directors view the public’s poor perception of the insurance industry and how simplified wordings and more…
In the second of a five-part series covering the results of Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports how politics, government policy and the UK’s position in the European Union is viewed by insurance CEOs and managing directors…
In the first report of a five-part series covering Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports on how regulation of the insurance industry is viewed by insurance CEOs and managing directors and how they think it could work better…
In the second of a four-part report based on surveys with 20 young insurance brokers, we report on their experiences of the industry so far, what they have learned and how much their views of broking have changed since joining the sector.
In the final part of the Insurance Census, Post looks at ethnic diversity in the insurance industry – and how the sector can improve.
Attracting the best young people into the insurance industry can be an uphill struggle. Coupled with an ageing population, is the sector encouraging diversity?
The insurance industry is showing signs of improvement when it comes to gender equality, but it still has a lot of work to do
The insurance market is rapidly changing as digital technology presents new ways to reach clients and new ways of working. How well set up is the broking sector to engage with these opportunities and does the digital revolution come with downsides? In…
The value and the role of networks and the question of who benefits most from their involvement in the distribution chain are among the themes discussed this week in the third instalment of the State of The Broking Nation. But to begin with, as the…
A warts-and-all qualitative view from the broking market
In the final part of Post's Insurance Census on diversity in the industry, the focus is on race. To what extent does the sector offer equal opportunities to ethnic minorities - and how much has the situation improved in recent years?
In the second of a three-part series on diversity in the industry, age comes under the spotlight. How are different age groups represented across insurance, and what is being done to entice the next generation of employees into insurance?
In the first of a three-part series on diversity in the industry, Post analyses the role of gender in insurance. Does the traditional image of a male-dominated industry hold true, or do females have a strong presence across the sector?