BIBA is the UK’s leading general insurance intermediary organisation. Last year’s event attracted more than 4,000 attendees and 170 exhibitors. This year’s May conference, with the theme ‘Opportunities in Adversity’ looks set to be another winner.
The 2011 BIBA Conference Host is Andrew Neil
Andrew Neil is a publisher, writer and broadcaster. He is CEO and Editor in Chief of Press Holdings, owner of The Spectator. Onscreen he presents the BBC’s This Week and Daily Politic; offscreen he is Chairman of ITP and serves on the international advisory board of Al Jazeera.
After a spell as American correspondent and Editor of the Economist, Andrew took over the helm at The Sunday Times. Next he presided over the launch of Murdoch’s Sky TV and launched his own radio show. A widely respected opinion leader, he also served as Executive Chairman of Sky and Executive Editor of Fox Television News.
Don’t miss Andrews’s interview with Lord Alan Sugar on Thursday May 12. 12.10 – 13.00. Lord Sugar was once reported as saying,
“People who meet me for the first time often find me rude and abrupt… but I have always found that straight-forwardness and plain-talking tends to pay off.” Lord Sugar might not win in the popularity stakes but in the world of business he is a consummate marketer.
The impressive presenter line-up features keynotes from
- Greg Case, President and CEO, Aon Corporation
- Ed Stafford, Explorer, Writer, Adventurer
Check out the BIBA Conference Website for more information.