Paul Mumford, Cavendish AM | Small step for man, giant leap for stock markets
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?
The buyer’s view on service standards
Inmarsat’s head of risk discusses his likes and dislikes when it comes to buying insurance, why he wants to see more differentiation in pricing premiums, and the implications of providing wi-fi to aeroplane passengers.
Building a stronger, simpler QBE
Founded in 1886, QBE has a long history, and today they are a top 20 international insurer. This video looks at how QBE is shaping the future, focusing on what really matters, building a stronger, simpler QBE.
Introducing Lloyd's Lab
It’s just over six months since the Lloyd’s Lab launched – designed to match technology and innovative ideas with market needs. The Lab’s senior manager Ed Gaze talks through the lessons learned so far, how he measures success and some of the projects that are coming to fruition.
A gap in the MGA market
MGAM’s founder Jason Anthony discusses the lessons he has learned in setting up and running his business, resisting the temptation to sell out and why it’s important to invest in back office systems.
Saving brokers time & money
C-Quence’s John McClelland on the importance of co-developing technology with broker clients, why commercial lines are playing catch up with personal lines, and the group’s decision to launch forthcoming property and casualty products following on from its management liability offering.