Introduction to ‘De-Risking the Future’

The British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) has worked with ITN Productions to create an exciting news and current affairs style programme exploring the vital role of insurance brokers. See the first video introduction here.

New ‘De-risking the Future’ programme reveals how issues surrounding the burden of regulation are critical to those the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulates and BIBA has asked the Treasury Select Committee to raise these issues. Interviewed exclusively for ‘De-risking the Future’, Nicky Morgan MP also championed the BIBA manifesto and said “The Treasury Select Committee quizzes senior officials from the FCA several times a year so the issue of the burden of regulation is very alive to those the FCA regulates and they will ask the Treasury Select Committee to raise these issues.”

‘De-risking the Future’ is a news and current affairs-style programme exploring the vital role of insurance brokers as an essential interface between insurers and clients, at a time when customers’ buying habits are changing. With the insurance broker role changing, this programme brings to life how the sector is embracing professionalism and diversification, and striving for proportionate regulation.

The programme also features a special report looking at how general insurance brokers contribute significantly to the UK economy, however the productivity of the sector is negatively affected by what many believe is one of the most burdensome and expensive regulatory systems in the world.

With under-insurance posing a big problem, the broker’s role as a trusted advisor has never been so important, ‘De-risking the Future’ looks at how brokers put their customers’ needs first, finding the right insurance and providing support throughout the claims process.


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