Behind every job title and behind every role there is a name, There is a face. This is a selection of real people from across the globe, some young and some not so young; people who offered to share their perspective as to what drew them to the industry or why keeps them looking forward to a day's work in insurance.
If you are considering entering the industry, please take some time to read through these. If you are already in the industry and wish to share your perspective on, "Why insurance?" we look forward to hearing form you. Please write to us on email@example.com:
Konrad Farrugia, Actuary, Marsh, London
“In an uncertain world, risk management is key for both organizations and individuals. It is rewarding to work in an industry which despite its long history, is continuously developing risk mitigation and transfer solutions to clients, within a dynamic environment.”
Joanne Coldman, Chief Finance Officer, Stellantis, Malta
“What attracts me to insurance is versatility and opportunity."
Derek Bridgeman, Managing Director, SRS Europe, Ireland
“What attracts me to the industry is the global breadth of exposure and experience that insurance provides me as a matter of course.”
Newton Beseng MBA LLB, InsurTech founder, Cameroon
“While in the sector getting to know how viable the industry is to society to both individuals/corporate bodies and how lucrative the insurance business is to employers and employees I decided to invest my money and time to learn more becoming an expert and gain more finance.”
Leanne Fenech Yuce, Accountant | Business Development, Insurance Management Services, Malta
“What keeps me in the industry? Insurance involves creative thinking, problem-solving, constantly collaborating with people and a desire to help others all at a relatively fast pace of change.”
David Brooks (B.Sc.) (CIP), Country Manager, Global Leader in Niche Credit Insurance, Malta
As the world changes the industry changes with it, and there are always new and exciting products coming into the market to help protect the customers, and your learning potential is exponential.