General Insurance Article - ABI and ITN partnership


ABI and ITN Business explore how the insurance sector is helping to ‘Secure Futures’ across the UK in news-style programme

 In a world faced with increasing uncertainty and risk, the insurance and long-term savings industry is committed to investing in communities and adapting in a changing climate, to secure futures across the UK. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) and ITN Business have produced news-style programme ‘Securing Futures’ to demonstrate the important work taking place across the sector and how working together is the key to success for a secure future for all.

 Anchored by Simon Thomas, ‘Securing Futures’ features interviews from the ITN London studio with industry “thought” leaders including ABI Director General Hannah Gurga who discusses what the sector is doing to support the economy and customers. Hannah also addresses areas where the industry could be challenged to drive change, and what needs to happen to ensure we are ready for future systemic events such as the recent pandemic.

 Barry O’Dwyer, Group CEO, Royal London and ABI President joins the programme to discuss the importance of long-term savings when it comes to the economy, how the industry is helping with the cost-of-living crisis and the Pension Attention campaign. ‘Securing Futures’ also includes an exclusive feature focusing on how the insurance and long-term savings industry has a role to play in the well-being of the nation, with thoughts from Dr Ali Hasan, Vitality Insurance's Chief Medical Officer, and Dr Yvonne Braun, ABI Director of Policy, Long-Term Savings, Health and Protection.

 Ben Wilson, ABI Director of Corporate Affairs and Climate Change said: “As our Securing Futures campaign showcases, our sector is uniquely placed to support the challenges facing the UK today. Our thanks to ITN Business for working with us on this programme which helps to shine a light on how the industry is helping to secure futures for customers, businesses and for our planet.”

 The programme is also supported by reporter-led sponsored editorial profiles from the following organisation:

 Allianz – discuss how their use of recycled car parts for repairs is helping the insurance industry tackle the climate crisis
 Agria Pet – share how they have been working closely with pet rescue centres to support adopters and help rehomed pets access the right veterinary care for life
 Collinson – explain how travel insurance works to ensure travellers understand exactly what they are insured for
 Copart – demonstrate how they upsell and recycle vehicles through their patented auction platform, helping to avoid unnecessary waste
 Cytora - discuss their technology, that allows risk to be digitised, evaluated and routed for decision-making
 Eos Venture Partners – demonstrate how car insurer Ticker are at the front of the insurtech disruption with digital customer-led solutions as industry advances
 HDI Global – explain how they are forging deeper and more meaningful connections with their clients through shared values and delivering services that create value

 Nina Harrison-Bell, Head of ITN Business said: “Insurance is fundamental to business and individuals alike, in our everyday lives and in times of need. This programme will showcase how the sector is protecting consumers, creating career opportunities as well as demonstrating their collective commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2050, all for a secure future for all.”

 The full programme is available to view on the ABI website, featuring news items, interviews and sponsored editorial profiles.  

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