Thomas buberl – Axa

The ESG Interview: Axa’s Thomas Buberl on meeting climate and biodiversity challenges


Axa’s CEO answers our questions on the role the industry can play in helping create a more sustainable future

Lisa Stevens Aon

Diversity and Inclusion: Aon’s Lisa Stevens on shaping the modern workforce


Lisa Stevens, chief people officer at Aon, outlines how the broker is addressing ESG challenges and steps the industry can take to be more inclusive

Jonathan Zaffino

Ascot on strong growth trajectory as NA build-out bears fruit


Ascot’s US and Bermudian platforms are on course to pass $1bn in combined premium volume this year, as the group sees opportunities for further organic expansion as well as targeted inorganic moves in areas where it can accelerate its entry, according to group president Jonathan Zaffino.

Jonathan Isherwood – Swiss Re

Swiss Re’s Isherwood: Covid acted as a catalyst for change in (re)insurance industry


Covid-19 has had a positive impact in terms of forcing the (re)insurance industry to innovate more, although the pandemic’s positive short-term impact on casualty losses may have led to “pre-emptive euphoria”, Swiss Re’s Jonathan Isherwood tells The Insurer in an interview.

Dan Glaser

Marsh McLennan’s Glaser – “Change is up to all of us”


In this month’s edition of The ESG Insurer we speak to Marsh McLennan president and CEO Dan Glaser on the steps being taken across the broking group to implement its ESG strategy, as well as the important steps the industry needs to take to deliver on sustainability goals

Denis Kessler – Scor

Kessler prepares for new phase after two decades leading Scor


As he prepares to stand down as CEO of Scor next year, Denis Kessler in an exclusive interview with The Insurer TV has stated his proudest achievement is pulling the French reinsurer back from the brink of bankruptcy and emphatically ruled out a late-career move into politics.  

Denis Kessler

Kessler: “It is extremely difficult to model government actions”


Covid-19 has demonstrated the challenges carriers face in providing coverage for perils when the loss is driven by government actions, Scor chairman and CEO Denis Kessler has warned in an exclusive interview with The Insurer TV.