The Future of Insurance – Powering the Next Paradigm

Presented by

Stephen Catlin, Silvi Wompa Sinclair, James Kent, James Harrison, Sam Tidswell-Norrish

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The insurance industry is evolving at an unprecedented pace with data and analytics set to play a key role in powering the next paradigm of change and accelerating the industry’s digital transformation. COVID-19 has challenged the traditional approach of doing business for all of us, the pandemic has also highlighted the fragility of some operating models that are not underpinned and supported by rich data and digital technologies. Innovative insurers are turning to Dun & Bradstreet’s rich data capability and solutions to help navigate through this change whilst supporting their strategic objectives. The time for change is now unavoidable so join us to learn how to address some of these opportunities. This webinar, hosted by James Harrison, our new Head of Insurance UKI at Dun & Bradstreet, and Sam Tidswell-Norrish, International CMO at Dun & Bradstreet, will explore some of the most pressing issues currently facing the insurance sector with insight provided from industry heavyweights including Stephen Catlin, Founder and CEO of Convex; Silvi Wompa Sinclair, Group Head of Portfolio Underwriting at Swiss Re; and James Kent, Global CEO at Willis Re. Topics include: - Trends that have been impacting the insurance industry - How enhanced data capabilities are playing a key role in the central corporate strategy of leading insurers from the way they understand their customers to product innovation - Opportunities posed by data to expand traditional service bases of both brokers and insurers - Why looking at talent and diversity differently is needed to support the next paradigm for insurance.

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