John Neal, CEO, Lloyds of London
John speaks about how talent, diversity and inclusion are on all agendas and the impact this has made on the business.
John Haley, CEO, Willis Towers Watson
John Haley discusses the importance of inclusion and embedding this into strategies to attract and retain the best talent and create a welcoming company culture
Sinéad Browne, CEO, Allianz
Sinéad Browne discusses building environments and cultures of trust and how we can promote social mobility in the insurance industry.
Brian Duperreault, CEO, AIG
Brian Duperreault discusses the important of respect and how diversity and inclusion is at the core of the Insurance industry.
Is now a good time to be an MGA?
Richard Webb, Director, Manchester Underwriting Management Ltd sits down with Mark Colegate to discuss how an MGA can demonstrate their value, whether brokers are having to learn new skills & what Manchester Underwriting Management Ltd are doing differently.
Insure TV News | Brexit & half year...
Jenni Edwards breaks down the Brexit preparedness meeting hosted by Michael Gove which detailed how the new Government will be approaching Brexit & more.
Insure TV News | Claims & cyber risk
UK commercial price rises are up 6.3% on Q2 2018, and when it comes to cyber ABI members are paying out on 99% of claims but UK small businesses still lack adequate insurance coverage in this area.
Boris, Brexit and the costs of loyalty
It’s not just politics that is having a big impact on the insurance industry. The CII’s director of policy and public affairs comes into the studio to discuss how the regulator’s attitude to the sector is changing and why customer loyalty should be rewarded.
1969 – 2069: From Apollo to AI
It’s been 50 years since the moon landing and a lot has happened, so what’s in store for the next 50 years?
Jim Cullen: 50+ Years on Wall Street
As the U.S. got ready to send man to the moon, there was another kind of excitement in the air: euphoria on Wall Street. We hear what it was like to be an investor at the time from someone who lived it.
Craig Lazzara, S&P DJI, the Growth of...
If you put $1,000 in stocks when Apollo launched, what's it worth today? We find out that, as well as the shift from undiversified amateurs to professional investors.
50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
50 years ago, NASA’s Apollo 11 mission changed our world and ideas of what is possible by successfully landing humans on the surface of the moon—and bringing them home safely—for the first time in history.
Insure TV News | July 2019
Large institutional investors proceed with caution as underlying demand in UK primary markets looks to take a tumble. This in mind, has Swiss Re postponed the flotation of its UK Zombie life insurance business come at the right time?
Richard Buxton, Merian Global Investors |...
<p>The 1960s had been kind to equity investors with a basket of growth stocks, the so-called Nifty-Fifty, seemingly unstoppable. But then inflation kicked in over the following decade and market leadership changed.
BIBA 2019 | Round up
BIBA round up including an interview with Matt Drinkwater, NMU Cyber and Financial Lines Underwriting Manager.
Paul Mumford, Cavendish AM | Small step for...
Man landing on the moon rocket launched communication and technology in the stock market, but how did investing change and was it for the better?
Jim Leaviss, M&G | Was the Apollo 11...
As part of our special feature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing: Jim Leaviss, M&G Investments, looks at the state of the economy when Armstrong stepped on the moon and whether the mission was worth it economically.
Simon French, Panmure Gordon | How economies...
As part of our special feature to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing: Simon French, Panmure Gordon & Co, talks about how the world’s economy has changed since 1969, the role of the Public Sector, and what challenges the future may hold.