Back in the eighties when I first entered the Lloyd’s insurance market underwriting discipline simply meant doing exactly what the underwriter told you to do and not deviating from the rate sheet tucked conveniently at the top of the ‘box’ drawer.  The focus back then was primarily on writing for premium, hitting capacity limits and meeting the business plan income targets, arguably with less thoroughness in assessing the true quality of what was coming across the desk.  That was thirty...

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This week I will be heading to Bermuda to attend a new insurance industry event highlighting innovation on the Island.

Global Re’s Innovation and InsurTech conference will examine disruptive global technology trends and their effect on the evolution of the insurance and reinsurance markets, but I am particularly interested in seeing Bermuda contribute to the conversation around innovation in insurtech and what opportunities it can bring to the Island.

Bermuda as a jurisdiction has always worked hard to keep in touch with...

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