Aim for the future with Liberty Specialty Markets.
We are pleased to invite you to attend our booth, and a fascinating workshop at FERMA 2022.
From the COVID-19 pandemic to the environmental threats and the polarising impact of tech, our expert teams in Europe, General Managers and Global Executives look forward to hearing your thoughts about the issues and opportunities that are affecting you and reshaping our world in the next two years.
We would also love to tell you how we, as part of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Group – a top 6 global P&C re/insurer, have transformed risk to resilience through challenging years like 2020 and 2021, and how your business can benefit.
The future of insurance: how accelerating diversity & inclusion can help us create value and find focus
Whilst the elevation of the systemic risks agenda has been ongoing in the past few years, it has certainly accelerated thanks to the global pandemic and recent geopolitical events in 2022. The heightened pressure on many organisations is also compounded by the growing (and changing) expectations of the customers, employees, investors, regulators, the media, and society at large.
Companies are also more frequently expected to take a stance on a range of public issues that may be politically charged—such as social and racial justice, economic inequality, and climate change.
In this Leadership Pitch, Kadidja Sinz, Head of Europe and Middle East Region of Liberty Specialty Markets will provide digestible insights on:
- Managing a crisis: the benefit of a ‘people first’ strategy, drawing from the key learnings from the global pandemic;
- The preliminary steps to build resilience in a world of systemic risks; and
- How closing the diversity and inclusion gap can help firms manage disruption, create value and find focus in the hybrid-reality and future.
Today, the role of the insurance providers is critical to helping solve the world's most pressing challenges, especially as a significant transformation is gaining steam as (i) economies are emerging from the pandemic and plan for the next decade of growth, and (ii) companies are reinventing themselves in the multiyear reality of post-COVID 19, increased levels of uncertainty, pressures for efficiency, and the need to be resilient and relevant by tapping new sources of growth.
At the same time, as environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors present a change in the nature of risks to which more and more policyholders are exposed, insurers must evolve our underwriting to meet the leading edge of the industry.
Join the Liberty Specialty Markets’ expert session to find out about Climate Transition Pathways and other initiatives that LSM is developing with its clients, brokers and other partners to maintain resilience sustainably and manage transitions, together.