New whitepaper: roaring twenties in the insurance industry

The roaring twenties are back. And the insurance sector is facing turbulent times as well. In a new whitepaper, Director General Management Wim Lanclus tells you all about the four major environmental factors that will shake up the world of risk & insurance management in the coming years.


The Covid-19 pandemic is not the only reason why risk and insurance managers are facing challenging times. Three other major environmental factors, namely the hardening of the market, the increasing importance of ESG and big data, also play a crucial role.

As a market leader, Vanbreda Risk & Benefits is in an excellent position to map and interpret the changes in our sector. We are happy to do so in the whitepaper below.

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