If you’re anything like me, you’ll have had moments recently where it’s been difficult to remember what day, week, or month we’re in—such is life in the third national lockdown. Things should get easier as spring arrives, with the weather improving, the days growing longer and, fingers crossed, the pandemic restrictions gradually being lifted.
By Roger Oldham - Founder of LMForums
The London Market, like many others, is struggling to leverage and use its data in an efficient and cost-effective way. Multiple stakeholders and many disparate systems mean creating frictionless processes is a real challenge. Currently, up to 40% of every premium is swallowed by acquisition costs.
By Paul Rich MOTOSI Consulting
We all know that the insurance sector is undergoing a digital revolution and that data is at the heart of this change, with the industry having access to new and incredibly rich sources of intelligence. One such source is the plethora of geospatial data that is beginning to help us assess risks in a more detailed way and manage claims at a speed at which we might only have dreamed of just a few years ago.
By David Launders - Geospatial Insight
If you Google ‘Hiring diverse talent’ you will find there are 37,100,000 results. With this amount of information out there, there still seems to be slow progress in organisations bringing diversity into their talent pipeline through recruitment. Why is this? And what can practically be done to hire a more diverse talent pool?
By Helen May - Belonging and Inclusion Lead, Sheridan Resolutions Ltd.
Sustainability and sustainable development are now recognised as being crucial to the health of the planet and its people. The International Institute of Sustainable Development says that development is sustainable if it ‘meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’.
By Zena Wood & Phil Godsiff - Senior Research Fellows at Exeter University
Since the start of the global Covid-19 pandemic, cyber-crime has increased by a staggering 600%. That’s around 65,000 cyber-attacks against Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the UK every single day, or, one every 19 seconds.
By Michelle Kradolfer - Cyber Development Officer at Police Digital Security Centre.