QBE videos & podcasts

Attract, Retain, Develop: How Insurers Are Building Next-Generation Innovators
A.M. BestTV, March 28, 2018
Jeff Grange, President of QBE NA’s Specialty Division, was recently interviewed by AM Best TV. The overall session focused on how insurers are building the next generation of innovators by hiring and retaining younger workers with specialized skills. Jeff discussed the role of corporate responsibility , including the importance of environmental and community based investing and how they impact where millennials decide to work and who they decide to buy from.


QBE's Giles: Unlimited Risk Driving Creation of Stop-Loss Programs
A.M. BestTV, November 30, 2017
QBE Accident & Health VP Phil Giles discusses the growth and concentration of the medical stop loss insurance market and the use of captive structures to better manage regulatory complexity and the rising cost of health care.


The future of Inland Marine: Younger, more technical, highly automated
A.M. BestTV, May 23, 2017
Richard Pye, QBE's Senior Vice President of Inland Marine, participates on a panel discussion with three other industry executives at the IMUA focusing on relevant news in the Inland Marine insurance sector. Expecting that a new wave of younger workers, advancing technology and a greater reliance on automation and artificial intelligence will remake the industry.


Foreign expansion / emerging markets / supply chain risk…advice for risk managers
WRIN.tv News Desk, May 22, 2017
Richard Friesenhahn, QBE SVP of Multinational Insurance was interviewed by World Risk and Insurance at the RIMS annual meeting. In the interview Rich discusses important safety, regulatory and supply chain considerations for businesses with international exposures. View video


QBE's Jeff Grange: Insureds' Cyber cover rivals those for Casualty and D&O
A.M. BestTV, April 24, 2017
Jeff Grange, president, North American Specialty, QBE, said total coverage for some organizations' cyber exposures has reached the $50 million to $250 million range.