Voting is now heating up in the second phase of Intelligent Insurer’s annual Global Awards Survey.
After almost four months of online polls and phone interviews by our in-house research team, the shortlists in our awards were unveiled last week. We are now collecting a new set of data asking respondents to rate each shortlisted business against various criteria such as their customer service and innovation.
The results of the survey will be revealed at a ceremony at the Monte Carlo Rendez-vous on Sunday September 8, and a more in-depth research report will also be published detailing a selection of individual responses and the exact rankings different companies received.
The full shortlist can be viewed by clicking here and completing the survey.
While many of the biggest companies are featured, as expected, there are a few surprises in the shortlists.
In the broker category, JLT Group, Towers Watson, Matrix, Lockton, TigerRisk, Cooper Gay and Miller all feature, as do the bigger players: Aon Benfield, Willis Re and Guy Carpenter.
The category that asked respondents to name their best performing chief executive has produced the following shortlist: Dr. Nikolaus von Bomhard, Munich Re; Stephen Catlin, Catlin Group; Dominic Christian, Aon Benfield; Ajit Jain, Berkshire Hathaway; Denis Kessler, SCOR; Michel Liès, Swiss Re; Frank Majors, Nephila; Michael McGavick, XL Group; Edward Noonan, Validus Group; and Ulrich Wallin, Hannover Re.
Make sure you include your views. Click here to take part in the next stage of our survey.
Thank you to our Sponsors
Intelligent Insurer’s Global Survey and awards ceremony would not be possible without the commitment and support of our sponsors.
Partners so far include headline sponsors Aon Benfield, BNY Mellon and SCOR. Platinum sponsors are DLA Piper and Xchanging. Wells Fargo is a gold sponsor.
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