CPD: Broking in the 21st Century: What’s changed?
- 30 November 2020
- 17:00–19:00 CET
The most significant change to broking in the insurance industry is automation. To be relevant, a broker must be able to survive and or thrive in a digital world. As a result of automation, prospective clients are less tolerant of the “middle-man” yet still see value in personal expertise and advice. But how much is a client ready to pay for that service? Will compliance become more stringent or will it adapt in a more automated world?
Identification and establishment of threats and opportunities in an ever-changing forward looking environment of an insurance broker.
- Insurance Broking
- Insurance Brokers
- Insurance Broking Personnel
- Insurance Intermediaries
- Insurance Personnel
- Students pursing insurance studies
Mr Sean Agius
Trainer(s) bio and experience
Mr Sean Agius worked in various roles over the past 27 years in the insurance industry. He has worked in all branches of insurance and have experience both as a broker and an insurer. His experience as a broker helped him developing an effective understanding of the customer needs, risk transfer options, re-engineering of insurance programs, cultivating strategic relationships with both the customers and insurers. On the otherhand, his experience as an insurer helped me developing analytical, risk management, compliance, problem solving, technical and operational skills. Mr Agius has attended various insurance and management courses both locally and abroad and had the opportunity to deliver lectures as well. He has widen his direct contribution to the industry by being the Chairman of the Associations of Insurance Brokers in Malta for a period of three years during which he had the opportunity to represent the Association on various boards including FinanceMalta and in various conferences abroad. He is a Chartered Insurance Practitioner of the Chartered Insurance Institute, UK.