Peter Hamilton: Don't look back in anger…

'I’ve been amazed at how many people are prepared to give up their time to make the industry more accessible'

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Peter Hamilton: Don't look back in anger…

While 2021 has been challenging for a large number of reasons, we should also be optimistic about the progress the protection industry has made throughout the year, writes Zurich's head of market engagement, Peter Hamilton.

This is the time of year when we look back reflect. We'll see ‘Quizzes of the Year', ‘Books of the Year', ‘Sports Personality of the Year' (though we should obviously protest the absence of Hamilton - ‘not in my name…'). By any reckoning it's been another incredibly hard year. More people have died from Covid in 2021 than in 2020 - each death an individual tragedy. We've seen extreme weather events, democracy under threat, widening inequalities and increasingly polarised societies. Against...

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