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  • Powering The Bionic Underwriter Of The Future (Webinar)
    Powering The Bionic Underwriter Of The Future (Webinar)
    Wyn Jenkins, Managing Editor, Intelligent Insurer Recorded: Mar 7 2019 63 mins
    Artificial intelligence (AI) offers unprecedented opportunities to improve the way underwriters select, target and price risk. Insurers that integrate emerging technologies and new sources of data will gain a competitive edge by way of improved loss ratios, innovative products, and a more efficient workforce.

    What practical steps can insurers take to prepare for the age of bionic underwriting?

    Join Intelligent Insurer as they talk to Zurich, ERGO and Tapoly about leveraging artificial intelligence to power the bionic underwriter of the future.

    In this webinar, you’ll get exclusive insights from:

    Susan Fallon, Global Head of Commercial Property, Zurich
    Alexandrina Scorbureanu, Group Head of Projects & Overarching Activities, ERGO
    Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, CEO/Founder, Tapoly

    Tune-in to discuss:

    Leverage New Technologies, Tools And Techniques: Get to grips with the latest tools available to enhance the underwriting process, including sensor-based technologies and semantic web applications
    Move Beyond Existing Pricing Models: Identify ways to integrate new sources of data into the pricing process, and achieve pricing decisions that are statistically grounded in sophisticated analytics and rules-based decision support
    Develop Future Skills And Capabilities Now: Identify the new specialist skills that will complement core underwriting competencies, including data-driven product development, portfolio management and pricing analytics
  • Why InsurTech Matters For Corporate And Specialty Insurers
    Why InsurTech Matters For Corporate And Specialty Insurers
    Chris Sandilands, Partner, Oxbow Partners and lead author of InsurTech Impact 25 Recorded: Jul 17 2018 61 mins
    Less than two years ago, the majority of Insurtech startups were focused on developing propositions for personal lines. Most aimed to disrupt or displace conventional distribution channels, with digital products and services that made the purchase of insurance quick, simple, and more user-friendly than ever before.

    Facing a market saturated by innovation for personal lines, ambitious Insurtechs are now clamouring to crack the commercial market. With solutions being developed to address the challenges of underwriting complex and specialty risk, 2018 is widely tipped to be the year of commercial Insurtech.

    Join Intelligent InsurTECH Europe in association with Oxbow Partners, as they discuss why Insurtech matters for corporate and specialty insurers.

    Confirmed panelists:

    •Georgi Pachov, Global Practice Leader Cyber, Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty (AGCS)
    •Nikolaus Sühr, CEO & Founder, KASKO
    •Iain Wilcox, Chief Executive Officer, GWT Insight

    Tune-in to discuss:
    •Discover the startups focusing on complex, commercial risk, and identify the most promising Insurtechs already delivering tangible results for leading commercial insurers today
    •With AI, IoT and Blockchain under the spotlight, get up to speed with the latest use cases for commercial lines, including AI-driven underwriting, sensor-based asset monitoring and prevention, and parametric insurance
    •Understand how emerging technologies are already being used to deliver better and cheaper products to corporates, and discuss what it takes to harness new data sources to provide better technical pricing and new and innovative services to commercial clients
  • Connected Insurance Claims & Artificial Intelligence
    Connected Insurance Claims & Artificial Intelligence
    Intelligent InsurTECH Recorded: Apr 5 2018 37 mins
    How can cognitive technologies, automation and robotics pragmatically transform the claims process for insurers?

    Recorded live at Intelligent InsurTECH Europe this panel discussion made up of leading industry experts examines how technology will transform the claims process for insurers.

    The panel:
    David Nichols, UKGI Chief Operating Officer,
    Zurich Insurance Company

    Jody Tinson, Head of Business Transformation,
    Ageas (UK)

    Robert De Caux, Chief Product Officer,
    Logical Glue

    LeX Tan, CEO & Founder,

    Stewart McCulloch, Head of Business Development,
  • Insurtech - Using data analytics to optimise customer engagement
    Insurtech - Using data analytics to optimise customer engagement
    Intelligent InsurTECH Recorded: Mar 28 2018 46 mins
    Join insurtech experts from Sapiens, Generali, Metlife and MAXIS GBN and Tryg Insurance at Data Tech Talks during Intelligent InsurTECH Europe as they discuss how your company can use data analytics to optimise customer engagement and retention.

    The panel

    Steve McNickle,
    VP Sales EMEA,

    Douglas Robare
    Global Head of Underwriting - Financial Lines, Generali Global Corporate & Commercial,

    Andrew Stocker
    Vice President Head of Distribution
    Global Employee Benefits,
    MetLife and MAXIS GBN

    Nikhil Kaithwal
    SVP - Group Chief Analytics Officer
    Tryg Insurance
  • Blockchain - Where are we now?
    Blockchain - Where are we now?
    Magdalena Ramada Sarasola Recorded: Mar 27 2018 37 mins
    Magdalena Ramada Sarasola, Senior Economist at Willis Towers Watson, discusses blockchain from an insurance perspective.

    Recorded live at Intelligent InsurTECH Europe this presentation examines present trends in blockchain, future developments and how quickly your business could see the benefit of this technology.
  • Moving to a Customer-Centric Insurance Claims Process
    Moving to a Customer-Centric Insurance Claims Process
    Intelligent InsurTECH Recorded: Mar 22 2018 45 mins
    Automation is set to drastically change the way insurers operate in the coming years. One particular area for disruption of current practices is the automation of claims.

    In this video, filmed at Intelligent InsurTECH Europe 2017 we brought together three industry experts to share their experience and knowledge on how providing a user-friendly, automated claims model can help a business win and retain customers.

    The panel

    •Charles Bush, Head of Property and Energy Claims, Zurich Commercial Insurance UK
    •Steven Wilkins, Head of Underwriting Insight, Hiscox
    •Rosaria Truppo, Co-Founder, Photocert
  • Insurtech Startup Investment & Engagement
    Insurtech Startup Investment & Engagement
    Intelligent InsurTECH Recorded: Mar 21 2018 43 mins
    Join a panel of insurtech experts discussing the most important issues facing insurance startup investment and engagement today, as recorded at Intelligent InsurTECH Europe 2017.

    This videocast is chaired by Twan Hoste, head of product management at Roundcube. He is joined by an experienced panel of incumbents, investors and startups to discuss a range of subjects including:

    •How to generate entrepreneurship within organisations / build ambitious insurtech startups: opportunities and challenges.
    •How can incumbents and startups use each other’s capabilities in an optimal way to ensure a successful partnership?
    •Investing to innovate: what’s interesting based on the 3 P’s (profitability; persistency - keeping the customer longer; proximity - to the customer); how and when to invest; global investment trends; re/insurance giants’ recent startup investment & partnerships.
    •Tracking commercially viable startups / solutions emerging around the world & qualifying potential investments.
    •What startups need to know about investors - the do’s and don'ts & best practices both worlds can share.
    •Is it possible for Europe to compete against Asia, when we look at the regulatory environment?
    •Looking into the near future - where will innovation come from? How to keep up with newcomers delivering optimisation and automation quicker through partnership models.

    The panel
    •Twan Hoste, Head of Product Management, Roundcube
    •Martin Pluschke, Head of Group Digitisation Strategy, Nürnberger Versicherung
    •Minh Q. Tran, Former General Partner, Europe, AXA Strategic Ventures
    •Alexandre Rispal, co-CEO, Moonshot-Internet, Société Générale Insurance
    •Volker Büttner, Head of Group Innovation, Generali Group
    •Matthew Jones, Investor, Anthemis Group
    •Michael Fitzgibbon, Vice President of Insurance Services & Chief Underwriting Officer, Slice
  • Insurtech: What the Board Needs to Know When Creating Platforms for Innovation
    Insurtech: What the Board Needs to Know When Creating Platforms for Innovation
    Intelligent InsurTECH Recorded: Mar 14 2018 66 mins
    Join an expert panel of insurtech influencers as they debate the most important issues facing insurance boardrooms today.

    The videocast starts with a keynote address from Brian Wallace, Chief Technology Officer - Insurance, DXC Technology at Intelligent InsurTECH Europe 2017. The speech focuses on how insurtech is creating innovation and how current insurers can adapt and transition to deal with these changes.

    Following this is the keynote panel from the Intelligent InsurTECH Europe 2017 event, which brings together some of the greatest minds in the industry discussing a wide range of issues and challenges conventional insurers face in the insurtech space while expanding on the points made in Brian Wallace’s keynote address.

    Panellists featured in this keynote
    • Brian Wallace, Chief Technology Officer - Insurance, DXC Technology
    • Jacob Abboud Chief Information Officer, Allianz Insurance (UK)
    • Marc Guy Victor Sordoni Chief Executive Officer, Unipol RE
    • Shirine Khoury-Haq Chief Operating Officer, Lloyd's of London
    • Martin Henley, Group Chief Information Officer, XL Catlin

    Our panellists discuss:
    •Which insurtech solutions can help insurers differentiate themselves and bring unique competitive advantages to the business?
    •How will insurtech impact the core business, results, portfolio, new clients and profitability?
    •What are the benefits compared to the current operations?
    •How much will it cost? What’s the potential ROI and impact on the bottom line? Why should the board approve the investment?
    •Where do the real opportunities lie? Where should insurers focus on: the connected car; the connected home; the connected self?
    •How to attain scalability; what are possible opportunities and pitfalls?
    •The pressure to remain competitive: How much time do we have, if any?
    •Recent initiatives and implementation case studies.

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