IUA Circular 086/21
An IUA HR & Training Committee presents:
“The IUA Interview”
Continuing our new series of interviewing those who are successful in their field, have their own vision and seek to bring it to life on a daily basis.
Welcoming special guest:
Paul Miller, Senior Consultant at HFG Insurance Recruitment and History Ambassador for the Insurance Museum
Event Chair: Fiona Wilson, HR Manager, Trans Re and Chair of the IUA HR & Training Committee
In conversation with IUA CEO, Dave Matcham
Thursday 21 October 2021
2pm/14.00 hrs (UK/London time) for approx 45mins
At this market briefing, we welcome our guest speaker, Paul Miller who will chat about his personal interest in the history of insurance and a prediction of what artefacts of the future may consist of.
Contact: Deborah Finch
, IUA Events Manager (020 7617 4451)
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If you require any further information on the content of this event or information about HFG
please contact our speaker directly: Paul Miller
As mentioned during the session, Paul is currently creating an App and will be publishing a book, both should be available very soon. Please view his LinkedIn
for all updates.
Preserving and protection artefacts from historical moments in our past helps us to remember, discover and perhaps revere those who were involved. It is so important to maintain yesteryear articles for the next - and future - generations.
People have a fascination with bygone objects which are a vital link to our past. As tourism in the City of London and Square Mile increases, the contrasting architecture is growing in attraction, with many unaware of the history of insurance - covering ships and cargo to singers and sport – conducted behind the doors of iconic offices.
Talking us through some of the many unique, famous and particularly unusual policies underwritten, we welcome our IUA Interview guest, Paul Miller of HFG. In addition to some of more obscure and well known items, Paul will also chat about his personal interest in this arena, the importance for those who work or enter the industry, to know about the history of the insurance market and a prediction of what artefacts of the future may consist of.
is a Senior Consultant at HFG Insurance Recruitment, specialising in compliance and financial crime for London market insurance firms. He has 18 years experience of recruiting and has previously focused on broking and underwriting.
He is also a history ambassador for the Insurance Museum and has a keen interest in the history of Lloyd's, regularly posting stories on LinkedIn and has written articles for Post Magazine and various London market groups on the subject. His newly produced app on insurance history will be available soon and hopes the stories it tells will inspire those new to the industry, and surprise those that aren't!
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