The CII New Generation Group took part in their parliamentary reception in February.
The visit to Westminster is part of the CII's flagship talent programme, which showcases 40 rising stars from across claims, underwriting, broking and the London Market, and was followed by a panel discussion with MP Craig Tracey, Seth Williams of the ABI and Lawrence Finkle of the CII.
The panel discussed current live issues for the insurance sector including data collection, putting the customer first and the changing perceptions of the industry, as well as giving advice to the young professionals on engaging with government.
Craig Tracey, member of parliament for North Warwickshire, chair of the Insurance & Financial Services APPG and ex-insurance broker of 20 years, took questions from the group on the future of the insurance profession as it continues to adapt and evolve to the pace of change.
The New Gen programme also includes an interactive session with the UK Financial Conduct Authority; training on subjects such as strategic thinking and dealing with the media; and leading a project or initiative that could make a difference to the insurance profession and contribute to building public trust.