Nick Martin: Portfolio Manager, Polar Capital Global Insurance Strategy: Why a get rich slow approach works best when investing in insurance

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Matthew talks to Nick Martin, Portfolio Manager of the Polar Capital Global Insurance Strategy to learn about the characteristics of successful insurers - with a focus on established companies. 

Talking points include:

  1. How leading insurers are using innovative technologies
  2. The significance of ESG, climate and cyber in both underwriting and investing
  3. Observations about the performance of insurtech companies that are trading on the public markets
  4. The power of compounding in investment and life in general
  5. Attracting talent into insurance
  6. Nick's personal view on the future of insurance and innovation 

Polar Capital have asked us state that past performance is not a guide to or indicative of future results.

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The Learning Objectives for this podcast are:

  • List some of the latest technological practices being implemented by leading insurance companies
  • Explain the process of a compound interest investment and its benefits
  • Summarise the key performance indicators observed for insurtech companies trading on the public markets

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