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The Insurance Summit 2016: Guardians of the Future
|25 FEB 2016 | With the overall theme being “Insuring the Uninsured” the Insurance Summit 2016 will focus on the disruptive forces shaping the future of the industry and delve into the commercial and new growth opportunities arising from market consolidation and a closer alignment with the sustainable development agenda.
Key topics and confirmed speakers include:
The role of insurance as a risk manager in society
Lise Kingo, Executive Director Global Compact, United Nations examines the findings of the “Insurance 2030” UN report. In order to provide universal access to insurance and prevent the uninsured from the impact of climate change and natural disasters, is there a need to establish Insurance Development Goals, in line with the UN’s SDGs?
New opportunities through consolidation
Bart de Smet, Chief Executive Officer, Ageas examines how western insurance companies can continue to grow through joint ventures and contextualises this with Ageas’ experience entering new markets particularly in Asia. Michel Khalaf, President EMEA, Metlife will present the company’s strategy for thriving in the Middle East and Africa.
The evolution of risk through technology
From the rapid spread of the Internet of Everything through to the Internet of Things and the rise of smart cities, driverless cars, and artificial intelligence, Maurice Tulloch, Chairman, Aviva Global General Insurance and Chief Executive Officer, Aviva UK and Florian Herzog, Chief Engineer
and Founder, swissQuant will elaborate on what priorities should the insurance sector have in order to remain relevant and connected to its clients in a technological world?
Who should attend:
• Directors and senior business decision-makers responsible for business strategy, development, risk management, regulation, legal and marketing (COO, CTO, CRO)
• Investment advisors
• Insurance specialists/intermediaries
• Fund Managers
From industries including:
General Insurance and Re-Insurance, Insurance Brokers, Life, Medical Insurance and Healthcare cover, Loss Adjusters & Claims Service providers, Specialists/intermediaries(accountants, actuaries, consultants, lawyers and software providers, Government and Regulators, policy makers, professional associations, academia, media
Why attend the Insurance Summit 2016?
• Learn about new growth prospects, where to find them and how to close the global protection gap
• Challenge the adequacy of current business models and discover what the insurance company of the future looks like
• Explore the opportunities consolidation offers and whether it will drive expansion into new markets
• Gain insights on disruptive technologies that will transform the insurance industry
• Discuss how to tackle climate change, foster sustainable development and the industry's relevance for these global endeavours
Insurtech News subcribers are entitled to a 20% discount on the delegate registration fee of £995 + VAT. Contact me today for your booking code.
Contact: Laurence Allen, Marketing Manager
Tel: 0044 (0) 207 576 8118
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