As technology develops, a key question for brokers is relevancy. Is broking heading from a transactional role to one that is more advisory? A forthcoming session at Marine Insurance London will ask whether brokers can continue to deliver value-for-money services in a changing world and how the lack of face-to-face interaction has impacted their business. The session will consider fee transparency and structures, increased demands for data and insurer selection processes, as well as looking at what their clients want their broker to do. It will also examine how different markets use their brokers.
- George Tsavliris, Chairman, OneGlobal Broking
- Anders Johannessen, Managing Director, Edge Group Norway
- Nick Wolfe, Deputy Global Director, North P&I Club
- Patrick Jordan, Managing Director, Head of Marine, Ed Broking
- Stephen Barr, Head of Marine, CNA Hardy
- Ronnie Reppe, Chief Executive Officer, Noria Group
As part of a new initiative to make the conferences more accessible to younger members of the market, if you purchase a delegate place, you can bring an additional colleague for free if they are a member of the Marine & Energy Under 35’s Group.
Marine Insurance London will take place this year, face-to-face, on March 22nd at etc. Venues’ 155 Bishopsgate, London.
Full agenda is at: https://marineinsurancelondon.com/agenda/