Should CII qualifications be compulsory for brokers?
Is insurance broking a profession that can be compared to accountancy and law? A recent CII survey found that 60% of customers think it is, with even more thinking that brokers already have to be qualified. In this debate Insure TV asks whether insurance brokers should have to be qualified. We ask: Will a mandatory qualification unfairly disadvantage small brokers and neurodiverse individuals? Is enough being done to protect the end-customer from bad-broking? What could a transition to a mandatory qualification look like? Joining us to discuss are: Anna Wilkinson, Relationship Director, 1Stop Insurance Yasmin Carter-Esdale, Development Underwriter, Hiscox Chris Sulman, Head of Talent Acquisition, Konsileo
What unique risks do technology companies face?
Ben Horton, Chief Underwriting Officer at Hiscox speaks on the blend of risks that technology firms face, as well as where the majority of claims comes from. He also answers whether PI is still an attractive risk.
Cyber Risk Masterclass | September 2019
An expert panel joins us to discuss what sort of services a policy should provide in aftermath of a cyber breach, how brokers can find out more about what providers offer and how corporate clients, from large multi-nationals down to SMEs in the UK, should think about cyber as a business risk. Joining host Mark Colegate are… James Tuplin, Head Of Cyber & TMT, International, AXA XL Stephen Ridley, Cyber Underwriting Manager, UK, Hiscox Lindsey Nelson, UK & International Cyber Team Leader, CFC Underwriting