Maritime Intelligence is part of the Business Intelligence Division of Informa PLC

This is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

Informa

Insurance Day London Market Outlook

 
Panel 1: 26 November 2020, 3pm GMT
Panel 2: 10 December 2020, 3pm GMT

Register Now
By registering you will be signed up to both parts of the event

By ticking this box, you agree to receive emails such as relevant news, updates and offers from Informa Business Intelligence, and carefully selected similar products from our portfolio
By ticking this box, you agree to receive emails such as promotional offers from other members of the Informa group, event sponsors and selected 3rd party companies
Sponsored by:

Summary


London market forum panel 1: Leaders’ Panel 

Insurance Day’s London Market Forum brings together the market’s most senior leaders for an in-depth discussion of the biggest issues facing brokers and carriers. As the market finds its feet in the midst of Covid-19, we will explore the way ahead of brokers, carriers and clients.

Participants will come away with the best understanding available of the direction of the Lloyd’s specialty re/insurance market and of the rating environment. They will be equipped with the tools necessary to find the best business opportunities for themselves and their business at a time of intense pressure on our industry.

Participants will go away with a deeper knowledge of: 

  • Re/insurance rate movements 
  • Individual company business plans 
  • The real impact of Covid-19 
  • The outlook for the London market for 2021 

Speakers:

David Croom-Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, Aegis London
Steve Hearn, Chief Executive Officer, BGC Insurance Group
Ashley Prebble, Head of Financial Institutions Group, Clifford Chance 


London market forum panel 2: Brokers and distribution 

The broker market is undergoing a rapid evolution. But it is not yet clear who the winners will be. The merger of large brokers suggest scale is a big advantage - yet smaller brokers are optimistic. And the continuing success of managing general agents suggests there is much more to come from that model. All the while, changing client demands and rapidly improving technology pose challenges and opportunities for all intermediaries. 

Participants will go away with a deeper knowledge of: 

  • The changing role of the reinsurance broker and of the MGA 
  • How MGAs and brokers use analytics and technology to stay ahead of the pack 
  • Value-adding in a very competitive environment

Speakers to be announced