Lorene Phillips, CEO of Clarendon Wallace, has been featured in various prominent global reinsurance publications.
A spokesperson said, “Fresh from her successful participation in the Rendez-Vous de Septembre [RVS]Lauren Phillips, CEO of Clarendon Wallace, one of the world’s largest reinsurance conferences, has been featured in various prominent global reinsurance publications.
“With the support of Rein4ce, a London-based PR firm led by Mairi Mallon, Mrs. Phillips is a former underwriting executive and has been able to connect with many senior executives in the reinsurance industry. She shares her knowledge and expertise in several publications such as Insurance Insider, Intelligent Insurer, and The Insurer.
“This month she was also featured in Bermuda: Reinsurance + ILS Magazine, a direct result of her participation in overseas events in Monte Carlo, Monaco, a country along the French Riviera.”
Mrs Phillips said: I have had the opportunity to speak with journalists from around the world on issues very close to home in the reinsurance sector, including how diversity and inclusion are critical to the continued success of the insurance and reinsurance industry.
“Since attending the conference, I have added some new allies to my network and gained new experiences in a beautiful country that will not be soon forgotten.”
A spokesperson said, “Mrs. Phillips attended an RVS event on the spur of the moment after being invited by Ms. Maron last month. Clarendon Wallace, a new professional coaching business. It was the 65th edition of RVS, a historic industry event held over 15 days.”
Mrs Phillips said: Over the course of several weeks, we had her once-a-week phone and virtual meetings to plan and discuss my views on various topics in the reinsurance industry. Later, when I arrived in Monaco, the Rein4ce team set up meetings for me with various journalists and attended other organized social events.
“In my spare time, I used my networking skills to connect with people in the industry and let them know about the services we offer through Clarendon Wallace.
A spokesperson said, “In addition to Monte Carlo being a beautiful place to visit, Mrs. Phillips described the conference as an exciting opportunity for her to develop her business in another part of the world. “
Mrs Phillips said: The insurance and reinsurance industry is predominantly white male and if we want these numbers to change both abroad and here in Bermuda, it’s a deliberate step to put such issues at the forefront and fix them. must be taken.
“We need more than just diversity, our industry needs to be inclusive, to make sure women, blacks and people of color feel more welcome and accepted in these spaces. , attract and retain the best, brightest and most diverse talent.”
A spokesperson said, “Mrs. Phillips was able to use her 25-year track record of success as an insurance executive to successfully complete several interviews with the international press while in Monte Carlo. In one of her conversations with a journalist she interviewed while in the lobby of a packed restaurant, the journalist started asking her questions and took some pictures of her on his iPhone for the article. rice field.
“Mrs. Phillips said the experience taught her to always be prepared.”
Mrs Phillips said: I did my homework before the trip, so I was well prepared. Another lesson I learned from her is the importance of working with others. I am grateful for the many wonderful opportunities I have been given in my nearly three-year journey as a successful entrepreneur. ”
A spokesperson said, “She encourages other professionals to always be willing to cast a wider net beyond Bermuda.”
Mrs Phillips said:Bermuda is famous [re]The insurance market is still only 21 square miles. What we have to offer as individuals is not limited to just these shores. It’s a big world out there, and if people don’t already know who you are as a business owner or professional, it’s your responsibility to get out there and tell them.
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