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The World Economic Forum says that 35% of skill we’ll need by 2030 don’t exist at the moment so how will this affect insurance?’.
Sarah Mallaby, Director of Broker Markets at Allianz, tells us what brokers can do to future proof themselves and what makes her an Allianz expert.
It’s estimated there’ll be 4.7 million drones by 2020. Commercially, they’re being used for all kinds of things. If a helicopter was used in the past, it is likely this can now be replaced with a drone.
Tom Chamberlain, Underwriting Manager, Aerospace and General Aviation at Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty London, tells us his experiences working with drones and what makes him an Allianz expert.
How are the changes in terrorists' methods affecting businesses?
Srdjan Todorovic, head of terrorism, RUL at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty talks through changes in the techniques used by terrorists, and what can be done to reduce the implications of these new styles of attack on businesses.
As the threat from cyber attacks increases, how could businesses, particularly in, or with links to, the shipping industry, be impacted?
Captain Rahul Khanna has fourteen years' experience on board oil tankers and bulk carriers all around the globe, and so he has a good understanding of what issues, such as cyber threats, can affect the shipping industry.
Severe weather events are becoming more frequent and worse. What should businesses do to prepare themselves for the worst case scenario?
Stuart Daws, risk control survey manager at Allianz tells us about his 25 years’ experience, what changes he’s seen in that time and what businesses should know going forward so they can take action.
Since the 2016 referendum, there has been a lot of uncertainty about the future for UK businesses once we've exited the European Union.
Neil Clutterbuck, chief underwriting officer at Allianz, provides his thoughts on the issues that may be on the horizon as the Brexit deadline moves closer, based on 28 years’ experience in the sector.
The industry is a victim of its own success. Counter fraud techniques in the personal lines market has forced fraudsters to move into commercial lines.
We've seen cases where a fraudster sets up a business to take out motor insurance for vehicles used in cash-for-crash and also instances where they steal a director's identity to go undetected.
Machinery is increasingly operated wirelessly. Working in this way has a lot of advantages, especially safety, but it has also introduced new challenges, including cyber risk.
Martin Banasik, Principal Engineer (lift and crane) at Allianz Engineering opens our eyes to his experiences – detailing what makes him one of our experts.