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As the re/insurance industry changes and evolves, it is becoming more attractive to young people—and they look increasingly essential to its future. As part of a wider feature available online, Intelligent Insurer speaks to young executives—all 35 and under—who are making waves in the industry.
For an industry that has spent a lot of time bemoaning change in recent years, it has also spent a lot of time discussing the difficulties of involving Millennials and attracting the next generation of talent.
But perhaps these two things are linked: maybe exactly what the industry needs right now is a new generation of talent that looks at things differently, sees opportunities not threats and is unafraid of the potential of technology.
“When you say you work in the insurance industry, people recognise that it is an industry of innovation, which has developed a lot, and where new ideas are welcome.” Newton Rosa de Queiroz, Swiss Re
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