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Insurers Can Make Their Voices Heard in Conversations Concerning Climate Change
Also, industry professionals examine the effects of human services staffing shortages and the relationship between diversity and inclusivity and profitability.
- September 2021
With interests on both the underwriting and asset sides, insurers can play a pivotal role in climate change discussions, said Jérôme Haegeli, group chief economist, Swiss Re; Rob Schofield, director, North Carolina Policy Watch; and Jeff Amthor, assistant vice president, AIR.
Insurers are considering the risks of organizations that serve vulnerable populations now facing staffing shortages and running hybrid virtual programs, said Aaron Lundberg, president and CEO, Praesidium.
Diverse and inclusive teams are 30% more profitable, said Jill Beggs, Munich Re Specialty Insurance president, excess and surplus lines.
Bermuda has seen a boost in capital infusions to launch new startups and scale up existing players, said John Huff, president and CEO of the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers.
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EIS: Like Everyone Else, Insurers Look to Better Customer Experience Through Technology
Also, AM Best Audio explores why insurance customers’ digital demands, spurred by the pandemic, aren’t going away anytime soon.
Tony Grosso, chief marketing officer for EIS, said that, as in every other industry, insurers are using digital technology to enhance the customer experience.
Insurance customers’ online purchases, spurred by the pandemic, will likely continue after the masks come off, said Doug Caccese, president of personal lines at ISO.
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