What next in broking?
In this IIL London Market lecture Steve Hearn discussed what the future looks like for brokers within our changing world.
The landscape for insurance broking is changing. The world is getting smaller and London is no longer the centre of the (insurance) universe. Whilst many are claiming technology sounds the death nell for insurance brokers, Steve discussed why he thinks it could spell the start of a new era for brokers - if they adapt to the new world in which they are working.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- The challenges the broking industry are facing
- The opportunities the broking industry has to embrace
- What the broker of tomorrow looks like
Steve is Group CEO of Ed. Prior to joining Ed in November 2015, Steve served as Deputy CEO of Willis Group Holdings. He joined Willis in 2008 as a result of its acquisition of Hilb Rogal & Hobbs (HRH) and held a number of senior roles including Chair and CEO of Willis Global, CEO of Willis Re and CEO of Willis Limited, the Group's principal UK regulated entity. Prior to its acquisition by HRH, Steve was Chair and CEO of privately owned London wholesale insurance broker, Glencairn Limited. Earlier in his career, Steve was President and CEO of Marsh Affinity Europe, having previously held a number of positions at Marsh and Sedgwick Limited. He has served Chair of both the London Market Group (LMG) and the London & International Insurance Brokers' Association (LIIBA) and as a Vice President of the Insurance Institute of London (IIL). Steve is executive director of global broking group Brokerslink.
David Gittings, CEO, LMA.
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