In an attempt to examine the state of the insurance industry as a whole, Lloyd's of London and In...
In an attempt to examine the state of the insurance industry as a whole, Lloyd's of London and Insurance Day have launched an ambitious worldwide research project named the Global Risk Census 2001.
The project sets out to map changing attitudes to risk and insurance issues and the results of the survey will be analysed late this year and the findings published early next year.
At major market events from April to October 2001, insurers, brokers and risk managers will be asked to complete a snapshot questionnaire which is followed up by an e-mail offering access to a more detailed online survey.
Caroline Wagstaff, head of marketing & communication at Lloyd's said: "We think the time is right to examine the state of the industry as a whole. Influences such as new technology, globalisation and developing regulation are bringing about sweeping changes."
The questionnaire is based upon responses given to an initial survey conducted by Taylor Nelson.
If you would like to take part in Global Risk Census 2001, you can pre register for the internet questionnaire on www.lloydsoflondon.com.
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