As the sun sets on 2020, we look back on how we have responded to clients’ changing needs to deliver flexible training solutions.
The Covid19 pandemic has led to many staff at our clients having to adapt their way of working. We have worked in partnership with QBE to design and deliver a virtual training solution to support their underwriters globally.
After a long period of soft and competitive conditions the UK insurance market – or perhaps more accurately sections of it – is hardening. How well insurers are positioned for this change can be assessed by some specific questions aimed at Underwriting Directors and/or Portfolio Managers.
We were delighted to spend some time in Dublin recently to work with a new client – FBD Insurance. We were asked to tailor and deliver our two day Portfolio Management training workshop – one of our core product offerings.
MAP Training are delighted to welcome Matthew Petzold as a new Senior Associate to enhance their Reinsurance expertise..
Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate sculpture in Chicago provides a very different perspective – mirroring exactly the different perspective we took in developing a new training programme in Portfolio Management for our client AXA XL.
We were delighted to continue our support recently for Covéa Insurance as one of our Senior Associates, Gus Robertson, spent a couple of days with a group of underwriters to lead a technical development workshop.
As part of our ongoing ongoing relationship with AXA XL, we were delighted to support the delivery of another very successful Pricing DNA for Underwriter programme to the latest audience in Bermuda.
In this latest article, Peter Turrell reflects on six of the key questions that have shaped a number of our client engagements over the past three years when considering the pricing knowledge needed by underwriters. If these questions can be answered and used to resolve the issues behind them, then pricing capability throughout the organisation can be transformed for real competitive advantage.
Has the focus of leadership development in organisations shifted too far from front line leader training? In this third article from David North, he explores the risks of providing insufficient support during this critical career transition.