University of Colorado Denver Business School Risk Management and Insurance students returned to Denver after studying abroad. The students spent a week, May 25 through May 31, in London visiting and attending presentations from insurance brokers, risk management companies, Lloyds of London, and reinsurers to learn how risk is transferred globally.
Here are some memorable moments during their trip:
The RMI group takes one last photo in the airport before flying to London
On the way to their London hotel, some RMI students snap a shot of Big Ben
Kiran Bhovan gives a presentation on how Lloyd’s Corporation handles international risk.
Brian Chadwick and Jamaan Sane of the Beasley Syndicate lead a discussion about Cyber-Risk.
Gavin Webb leads the RMI class on a walking tour of the financial district in London.
During the walking tour, the UCD students find “the juxtaposition of old and new architecture fits so well in this city.”
David Wheal, Richard Boughton, Neil Baker, Henry Bond and Charlie Vening from RFIB give the RMI group insight into working as a Lloyd’s broker.
The group takes a brief break to snap a photo at the RFIB Group, a Lloyds broker.
The group takes a quick photo following the Willis presentation
AIG representatives set up the boardroom before presenting about risk management and insurance.
Some RMI students break for dinner on the Thames River
Group photo outside Guy Carpenter
Lloyd’s gave the class a rare chance to observe the underwriting room from their syndicate boxes.
The RMI group poses for one final group photo in London’s financial district.
A day of relaxation means a trip to the British Museum
A day of relaxation means shopping in the Covent Garden
The RMI group rides the London Eye up for a great view of the city
The class caught a glimpse of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
After a long trip, the RMI group is ready to come home.