Ed Majkowski is EY’s insurance sector leader for the Americas and is responsible for EY’s consulting businesses, markets and clients in this region. He oversees and performs a wide range of services to global and national financial services organizations, business advisory, strategy, regulatory matters, internal control, finance improvement, risk mitigation and transactions. He has also served as the lead client service partner for some of the firm’s largest insurance and financial services clients.
He is a board member and past president of the Society of Insurance Financial Management. He is a CPA and a member of the AICPA and graduated from St. Peter’s University.
Senior executives in few, if any, industries think in longer or broader time horizons than those in life insurance. But, thanks to persistent low interest rates, shifting demographics, technology-driven disruption and regulatory shifts and the current global pandemic, life insurance leaders have adopted a more urgent and near-term perspective. While insurers face considerable risk if […]
The past decade’s low growth rates, lack of trust in institutions and declining policy sales are forcing insurers to redefine their value propositions to stay relevant for new generations of consumers. Optimizing costs while investing in the right technologies and talent are also top agenda items. The willingness to take bold action will separate the […]
As insurance executives look out for the industry’s next wave, they will see a paradox of great risk and opportunity. The most serious threats — societal megatrends, disruptive technology advancements and intensifying competition from both new and traditional players — also hold the greatest potential for growth and transformation. As the strategic evolution of the […]
No or slow growth in revenues. Intense profit pressures. Constant flux from technology advancements and rising customer expectations. That’s what insurers have experienced in the recent past. Without bold action now, they risk seeing more of the same in 2019 and beyond. Yet a lot is possible for insurance — better ways of working, a […]