Archive by Author

Let’s be honest here…

I’m rarely flabbergasted reading the industry trade press these days. After so many years in the business, insurance news doesn’t quite float my boat in the same way as it used to. However, Mark Geoghegan’s post this week in Insurance Insider, “Unspeakable Truths” stirred me right out of a post summer stupor. As most will be aware Mark is a seasoned commentator on the London …

The post Let’s be honest here… appeared first on insBlogs.

Let’s be honest here…

I’m rarely flabbergasted reading the industry trade press these days. After so many years in the business, insurance news doesn’t quite float my boat in the same way as it used to. However, Mark Geoghegan’s post this week in Insurance Insider, “Unspeakable Truths” stirred me right out of a post summer stupor. As most will be aware Mark is a seasoned commentator on the London …

The post Let’s be honest here… appeared first on insBlogs.

Let’s be honest here…

I’m rarely flabbergasted reading the industry trade press these days. After so many years in the business, insurance news doesn’t quite float my boat in the same way as it used to. However, Mark Geoghegan’s post this week in Insurance Insider, “Unspeakable Truths” stirred me right out of a post summer stupor. As most will be aware Mark is a seasoned commentator on the London …

The post Let’s be honest here… appeared first on insBlogs.

Let’s be honest here…

I’m rarely flabbergasted reading the industry trade press these days. After so many years in the business, insurance news doesn’t quite float my boat in the same way as it used to. However, Mark Geoghegan’s post this week in Insurance Insider, “Unspeakable Truths” stirred me right out of a post summer stupor. As most will be aware Mark is a seasoned commentator on the London …

The post Let’s be honest here… appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Deeds Not Words

I recently hosted an industry table at a charity dinner. As always choosing the guests was one of those chores underlining just how few senior women there are in the market. It is utter misery to be surrounded by all or mostly blokes at these events, never mind the lousy message it sends about insurance to the other diners from more progressive parts of the …

The post Deeds Not Words appeared first on insBlogs.

Diag| Memory: Current usage: 7692 KB
Diag| Memory: Peak usage: 8092 KB