Aviva Risk Insights | Roundtable
A panel of experts from Aviva discusses the top 10 pressing risks for UK businesses: Chris Andrews, Director of Aviva Risk Management Solutions Georgina Potter, People Director UKI & GI Marc Lewis, Chief Underwriting Officer, Commercial Lines & GCS UKGI Click here for the Aviva Risk Management Solutions Website Check the Risk Insights Report 2023 here.
Aviva Risk Insights | Chris Andrews
As we go into 2023, what’s the backdrop for UK brokers and businesses when it comes to risk management? We are joined by Chris Andrews, Director of Aviva Risk Management Solutions, to discuss. Click here for the Aviva Risk Management Solutions Website Check the Risk Insights Report 2023 here.
How can insurers help businesses better understand motor risk?
Gill Milner, Technical Practice Leader, Casualty at Aviva speaks on: How road use has shifted in the past two years Changes to The Highway Code that impact brokers and businesses What businesses can do to reduce motor risk Highway Code update: some key changes Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Charging Property Risk Management Guidance Implementing Electric Vehicles
Risk Management | Masterclass
There's a lot changing on the roads right now with change in regulation, a shift in the economic landscape and the rise of the electric vehicle. What does it all mean for motor risk? Joining Sofia to discuss in this Masterclass are: Tom Clarke, Chief EV Officer, Abacai Gill Milner, Technical Practice Leader Casualty, Aviva Russell Harrison, Divisional Head, Markerstudy Group Sam Tiltman, Head of Sharing Economy and Mobility, Marsh Learning outcomes: How the economic landscape is shaping motor risk The key regulatory changes impacting road users The challenges and opportunities posed by electric and autonomous vehicles
Insurance Asset Management Roundtable | Fixed Income & ESG - June 2022
In this roundtable discussion three experts discuss how they anticipate the future of value and risks in ESG, setting up portfolios while considering a transition to net zero and balancing the pros and cons of having a global approach. Taking part are: Ben Grainger, UK Investment Advisory Lead, Ernst & Young Matthew Henly, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Invesco Hartej Singh, Head of Public Credit, Pension Insurance Corporation
KPMG: What risks are corporates most worried about?
Paul Merrey, Partner at KPMG speaks on the risks corporates are most worried about, as well as the key advice he has for the insurance industry.
The biggest worries businesses have about paying claims
What are the biggest concerns businesses have when it comes to receiving and paying claims? And how can companies avoid claims inflation? Archana Makol, Client Services Director, DWF Claims, DWF Connected Services, answers these questions and more.
How is geopolitical uncertainty impacting the underwriting process?
How is the Russia/Ukraine conflict impacting underwriting and what can insurers do to better support the construction industry? Anna Bennett, Director of Underwriting at QBE answers this and more.
How capturing ‘near misses’ can lower the cost of claims
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) says that for every accident that has occurred there has been up to 90% near misses. So how can companies use data from near misses to reduce the cost of claims? Dean Watmough, Sales Director, DWF 360, DWF Connected Services, responds.
How can businesses mitigate water risk?
A recent McKinsey study found that two thirds of businesses have substantial water risk either within their operations or their supply chain. Suzanne Scatliffe, Global Sustainability Director at AXA XL, speaks on how businesses can act now to prepare themselves for water instability in the future.
RIMS CEO Mary Roth on lessons in risk management
After 17 years as CEO of RIMS, Mary Roth is retiring. In this interview she talks about her future plans as well as the key lessons she has learnt in her career in risk management.
Aviva Risk Insights Report panel
A panel of experts from Aviva discuss the UK supply chain disruptions, if trading in-house will affect small businesses and the future of risk management. On the panel are: Stewart Robertson, Senior Economist Chris Andrews, Director of Risk Management Solutions Anuradha Purbey, UKGI People Director