With a history stretching back to the 18th Century, AXA is better prepared for the future than ever before. Following the disposal of its traditional life and pensions, protection and group pensions business, AXA UK now has a clear focus on three key areas of growth: Wealth management, Insurance and Healthcare Our headquarters are in London with main offices in Bristol, Basingstoke, Tunbridge Wells and Dublin, Ireland. We also have a network of other offices and sales centres across the UK. In total, we employ around 12,000 people in the UK and Ireland and have approximately 16 million UK customers. Together with our operating companies, AXA Wealth, AXA Commercial, AXA Personal Lines, AXA PPP healthcare, AXA Ireland and independent distribution business Bluefin, we’re part of the AXA Group, a worldwide leader in financial protection. AXA Group employs 214,000 employees and distributors worldwide and has major operations in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific area. 95 million clients worldwide have placed their trust in AXA to insure their property (cars, homes, belongings); provide health and personal protection for their families or employees; and to manage their personal or corporate assets.
This final instalment in a three-part whitepaper on the schemes market looks at what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities (DA) and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
The third episode of Insurance Age’s documentary series with AXA, Scheme Smart, focuses on what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
Produced by Insurance Age in association with AXA, this white paper provides advice to brokers on how to effectively market their scheme in the digital age and develop prosperous relationships with capacity providers to ensure long term success.
Produced by AXA in association with Insurance Age, the second episode of our insightful documentary series, Scheme Smart, focuses on how to take a delegated authority to the next level.
Schemes and delegated authorities continue to be a crucial element of the market landscape. However, for every successful scheme there are countless others that have failed. This whitepaper outlines how brokers can give themselves the best chance of delivering a successful scheme.
In the first episode of our revolutionary documentary series with Axa, Scheme Smart, Gresham chief underwriting officer, Robert Munden and Axa director of schemes and delegated authorities, John Heaney discuss how brokers can get their delegated authority up and running.
The hospitality sector might be in fine fettle, but it has evolving risks and exposures to overcome if it wants to remain in good health. This report sheds light on how insurance partners can help hospitality clients to better identify and mitigate the increasing risks facing the sector.
The UK real estate sector will be affected by Brexit, changing investor appetite and personnel issues. This whitepaper sheds light on what the future might hold for the UK’s real estate sector before highlighting how brokers can help clients to navigate the changing risk landscape.
The British manufacturing sector is currently riding high, but it is not the unquestioned global powerhouse it once was, nor is it short of challenges. This whitepaper sheds light on the key challenges facing the sector including skills gaps, business interruption risks, HSE legislation and Brexit.
This broker guide sets out how AXA intends to incorporate the provisions of the Insurance Act 2015 into its commercial insurance contracts and outlines what further help and support will be available from AXA.