A global shortage of experienced executives threatens to undermine the insurance industry at a crucial moment
While growth opportunities arise as middle classes and property values swell across emerging markets, geopolitical instability threatens the viability of new investments. For traditional markets in Europe and North America, profitability is being threatened by increasing regulation, aging populations, and disruptive technologies.
To overcome these challenges, insurers must embrace technology and consumer analytics to drive business innovation and attract world-class executives from a shrinking talent pool.
While aging populations and an emerging middle class in global markets offer insurance companies growth opportunities, US insurers are challenged by limited penetration into younger demographics, low interest rates, and uncertain regulations.
Industry leaders are adapting operating models to more effectively engage customers while strengthening risk management and technology.
To thrive insurers require agile leaders with experience managing across functions, such as technology and marketing, risk and analytics, finance and strategy, with proven track records developing next-generation talent.
Odgers Berndtson's insurance practice works with a select group of insurance industry clients to recruit and advise on top-tier leadership talent.
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