Plenty of commentators on insurance have pondered over MGAs in recent times. Over the past few years, they’ve been going through huge changes to their makeup and have had to change the way they operate in a number of ways. Meanwhile, distribution is becoming harder to come by for larger insurers to achieve growth and profitability so now is the perfect time for MGAs to modernise and get ahead of the game.
In this session, our experts will be discussing the changing DNA of MGAs, looking at 3 “Ds”: Distribution, Datafication and Digitalisation to demistify the future. We’ll look at the market landscape to discover not only why these changes are happening, but how MGAs, and their partnerships with incumbents, can get a much needed boost.
Why do MGAs need to change the way they operate?
What will the MGA/incumbent insurer relationship look like?
How can MGAs develop their businesses to become "future-proof"?
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