Underwriting technology isn’t replacing underwriters; it’s giving them breathing room to provide maximum value. This article looks at three ways technology can help underwriters by automating tasks and making it easy for them to access the people and data required to assess complex risks.
According to a Million Women Mentors whitepaper, women comprise 60 percent of the insurance industry’s workforce but only occupy 19% of board seats, 11% of named inside officer positions and 12% of top officer positions. This article explores gender diversity in leadership roles.
In this article, Melvin Findlay, Specialist, Captives and Global Programs at AXA XL discusses his career in the commercial insurance field and what the captive industry can do to attract new talent.
Unlike many who stumble into the insurance industry ‘by accident,’ Joe Moylan, Northeast Regional Underwriting Leader for AXA XL’s North America Property team set his sights on a career in insurance right from the start. Forty years on, he explains why he made the right career choice.
Traditionally, chief underwriting officers were called into underwriting situations to make decisions on the toughest risk, however a bigger part of the role today is keeping an eye on the big picture. In this Q&A, Nancy Bewlay, AXA XL’s CUO, Global Casualty sheds light on the role of a CUO in 2019.
The majority of brokers admit to feeling stressed at work, many feel overwhelmed by work pressures. Workloads, regulation and pressure to hit targets are contributing to mental health issues. Ecclesiastical lifts the lid on the mental health issues facing brokers across the UK.
The rise of the #metoo movement and the abolition of employment tribunal fees could combine to produce a sharp increase in sexual harassment claims in the wake of this year’s round of Christmas parties. This article highlights ARAG’s four point plan to avoid harassment claims arising.
ARAG is now able to help its customers improve their legal expenses insurance knowledge and expertise via our new online training platform. Download this content to find out more about the modules covered and for a link to register your interest.
In a volatile world, high profile, high net-worth individuals and organisations are favourite targets for kidnappers, while other criminals dabble in “express kidnapping”. This article provides some top tips for travellers and highlights the benefits of procuring kidnap, ransom and extortion cover.
Out of almost 10 million people working in the U.S. construction industry, only around 900,000 are women. In this article, Rose Hoyle, Construction Risk Engineer at AXA XL looks at what the industry can do to build up diversity and the opportunities available to women.