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CEO Perspectives with Meg Green

English, Finance, 2 seasons, 12 episodes, 4 hours, 45 minutes
The concept is simple: lessons in leadership from global insurance executives. Against a background of climate change, an uneven global recovery, sociopolitical unrest and post-pandemic problems, insurance industry leaders also face big challenges on both sides of the balance sheet, for example around cyber security and other emerging risks, as well as rising inflation and volatile markets. With the advance of digitization, new tools and business models are disrupting the traditional insurance value chain, bringing pressure on businesses to differentiate themselves. A dynamic M&A market is testing re/insurers’ ability to attract and retain the best talent. In conversation with Insider Engage managing editor Meg Green, insurance industry CEOs will share how their career path led them to where they are today, how they have navigated past challenges and how this experience has equipped them to meet the challenges and risks their organisations face today.
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Sabrina Hart, President & Chief Executive Officer, Munich Re Specialty Insurance

In this episode, we have learned why Sabrina Hart's sports background has helped her coach winning insurance teams, and have been inspired by her story of being the first girl on a little league baseball team, and how she views DEI as a competitive advantage. Support the show
9/18/202322 minutes, 15 seconds
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Jeremy Noble, President of insurance at Markel

In this episode, Jeremy Noble talked  about the company’s friendly and cohesive culture, the important role insurance plays in society, and how the industry must do more to improve its public image. Support the show
8/9/202323 minutes, 4 seconds
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Tony Markel, retired vice chairman, president, and COO of Markel & Brandon Sweitzer, former President and CEO of Guy Carpenter

In this episode we learn why Brandon Sweitzer and Tony Markel support risk management education in the insurance space and the need to teach students to embrace new technology whilst keeping the personal touch. Tony is a giant in the industry, both literally and figuratively, and played a key role in the evolution of Lloyd's. Brandon's experience and viewpoint is also invaluable, as is his work in education.Support the show
7/11/202323 minutes, 58 seconds
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Joel Cavaness, President of Risk Placement Services

In this episode, Joel Cavaness expresses his love of the insurance industry, he describes it as cool, exciting, and fun. Sharing stories from insuring the King Tut exhibit, to the Sears Tower, and how insurers have to be creative. He also optimistically shares that there is nothing you can't insure.Support the show
6/20/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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Greg Hendrick, Chief Executive Officer of Vantage Risk

In this episode, Greg Hendrick shares how he used his math background to become a successful underwriter and how he sees the industry evolving to write more intangible risks. Even though he's math-centric and not a creative person, Greg explains how he came to create a company that has a different approach to taking risk, baking alternative capital into the business plan to offload property cap risk to the capital markets. Support the show
5/2/202322 minutes, 56 seconds
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Juan Andrade, President and Chief Executive Officer of Everest Re Group

Juan Andrade is an adrenaline junkie and a risk taker, but has such a calm and measured approach to risk - a very thoughtful approach -  it's no surprise he was able to rise to take the helm of Everest RE. Juan's passion for the insurance industry - how he sees it as a noble purpose - and his goal of getting ahead of emerging risks, rather than looking into the rearview mirror to see what has happened in the past, is inspiring.Support the show
3/14/202323 minutes, 48 seconds