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Intangibles: Reputation, Human Capital and IP. New solutions for New Risks

The shift towards a world dominated by intangible assets like reputation, human capital and intellectual property, started decades ago. COVID-19 has accelerated trends such as the shift to remote workforces and digital transactions, further increasing the value of intangible assets, reckoned to have exceeded 80% of S & P companies corporate value in the last 10-15 years. Although hard to measure, these new areas of exposure offer great opportunities for insurers.

We are delighted to be partnering with Lloyd’s on the day of the release of their report with KPMG "Protecting Intangible Assets: Preparing for a New Reality”: the first in a series of four on this topic. Matthew Grant, Partner at InsTech London will discuss the themes of the report with Trevor Maynard, Head Of Innovation at Lloyd's, Kasper Ulf Nielsen, Chief Strategy Officer at The RepTrak Company, Paul Merrey, Partner at KPMG and Josephine Saunders, Accelerate Partner at AXA XL, including:

- The main issues to address when assessing the risk from intangibles;
- Recommendations for how resilient organisations can protect themselves;
- Examples of insurers already offering insurance products in this area.

Join us on August 6th at 2 pm UK time to learn more.
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Trevor Maynard, Lloyd's; Paul Merrey, KPMG; Kasper Ulf Nielsen, The RepTrak Company; Josephine Saunders, AXA XL
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    Yet, the impact of earthquakes in other areas of the world, where mainstream models are less developed, can also trigger major losses.

    With the support of Nasdaq, we've brought together specialist model developers from around the world to review what they are offering and get their views on key developments to look forward to in this field.

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    - Understand the choices available when using catastrophe models.
  • We Need to Make Exchanging Data Easier - How? Recorded: Feb 25 2021 47 mins
    Robin Merttens, InsTech; Alastair Speare-Cole, QOMPLX; James Harrison, Dun & Bradstreet; Matilde Anello-Gaudiza, Swiss Re
    The recent InsTech report on E-Trading Platforms highlighted the lack of transparency and consistency in data and the resulting dearth of system to system interoperability. The next step in the evolution of the insurance industry depends on consistent data and easier integrations.

    Join us to hear an expert panel talk about the prevalence of competing solutions, how to better disseminate knowledge and increase collaboration to achieve a collective goal of making systems integration easier so we can provide better service and products to our customers. 

    You will also learn how ReQoncile, the newly launched data standards library curated by QOMPLX, aims to play its part in helping the industry with this issue.

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    Cherry Chan - Chair, London Market Actuaries' Group
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    Raghav Ohri, IFoA GI Insurtech Working Group
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    Harry also talks to us about how Zego fared in 2020, their plans for 2021 and how insurance itself needs to change.
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  • Raising Money: the Founders' Stories Recorded: Dec 8 2020 63 mins
    Matthew Grant, Robin Merttens, Andre Symes, Sam White, Goncalo de Vasconcelos, Pranjal Arya, Jonathan Spry
    Innovative ideas are great, but funding is the fuel for growth. This event takes us back to origins of InsTech London, giving a voice to early stage companies. Join us to hear from the founders of 4 companies in different stages of growth, with technology and access to underwriting capacity. We'll be asking them about  their experience and what advice they have on raising funds. We'll be joined by Andre Symes of Genasys, who is generously supporting the event as a way of helping others start, or continue, their company building journey. 

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    Andre Symes, Chief Growth Officer, GENASYS
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    Goncalo de Vasconcelos, Founder and CEO, Rnwl
    Pranjal Arya, Commercial Director, Hometree
    Jonathan Spry, Co-founder and CEO, Envelop Risk

    For CPD purposes, the Learning Objectives are:
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    - Understand how to overcome the challenges associated with fundraising
    - Hear real-life examples and top tips from founders who succeeded in raising capital and enabling growth in a hardening market
  • Data is the New Oil - Fracking Unstructured Content Recorded: Dec 3 2020 50 mins
    Robin Merttens, InsTech London; Adrian Webb, 360Globalnet; David Taylor, Mulsanne Ins. Co.; Henriette Fleischmann, Hosta Labs
    There is a reservoir of unstructured data trapped in every organisation just waiting to be extracted and refined to provide valuable business insights. Successful prospectors are those who know what to look for buried deep in text-based content and media, acquiring the right tools to drill into previously inaccessible information, bring to the surface and refine into a powerful new data source.

    This event will look at the technology and services now available to insurers to do this, and will run through proven use cases around risk analysis, fraud detection and customer insights. We’ll get to see the technologies in action including the very latest techniques for analysing photos and images. Finally, look out for the Beverly Hillbillies who make a rare appearance in an insurance innovation event!

    Hosted by Robin Merttens, Partner at InsTech London, the event will include:

    Adrian Webb, Strategic Advisor, 360Globalnet
    David Taylor, Head of Fraud, Mulsanne Insurance Company
    Henriette Fleischmann, Co-founder, Hosta Labs

    <a href=" https://www.360globalnet.com/en"> Sponsored by 360Globalnet, the digital claims enabler</a>

    For CPD purposes, the Learning Objectives are:
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  • Insuring Hazardous Materials with Pen Underwriting Recorded: Nov 5 2020 41 mins
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    In this discussion with Pen Underwriting, we explore the risks and data challenges involved in handling and insuring hazardous goods. As one of its key niche product areas, Pen shares real-time examples and case studies to learn from, including industry facts like the most environmentally destructive liquid in the UK.

    Matthew Grant, Partner at InsTech London is joined by Ian Summerfield, Commercial Director for Hazardous Goods and Environmental at Pen Underwriting and Sarah Penny, Claims Relationship Manager at Pen Underwriting.

    The topics covered are:
    - Review of hazardous goods and emerging risks
    - Standards and critical requirements for data sharing and gathering risk information
    - The impact of innovation and advancement on the claims process
    - How Pen uses its extensive industry experience to support clients in a changing risk landscape
  • Getting Closer to Your Customer: Innovating through Platforms and Marketplaces Recorded: Oct 29 2020 46 mins
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    The best technology in the world is useless if no one uses it. A challenge for both insurers and those building technology and analytics – whether in the new world of Insurtech – or the established providers is how to make it easy for insurers to use the products. In this event, sponsored by Guidewire, we will be looking at an example of one marketplace that is enabling insurers to discover and easily adopt new innovations from solution providers of all sizes. We’ll be using real-life case studies with a focus on remote inspection and digital payments to demonstrate how companies are fitting into insurers' value chain.

    For CPD purposes, the Learning Objectives are:

    - Learn about the barriers to effective implementation of technology products for insurance companies
    - Explore how these challenges can be addressed through a refocus on the customer
    - Hear real-life success stories from the digital payment and remote inspection spaces
  • Parametric Insurance: Current Scenario and Post-Covid Outlook Recorded: Oct 22 2020 58 mins
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    Parametric insurance is today widely considered one of the main trends that will define insurance in the next years, and today many insurers, reinsurers and insurtech startups have kicked-off or are going to kick-off projects in the parametric insurance area.

    In this webinar the following topics are discussed:

    - What has been done so far in parametric insurance: application areas, lesson learned, regulatory aspects
    - The main insurance pain points parametric insurance can address including protection gap and customer trust
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    - Presentation of new InsTech London research on Parametric Insurance
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    - The role of the caring insurer – it is about more than price
    - A digital experience; anywhere and anytime access
    - How insurers can empower businesses to work more closely with their workforce (employed and contracted)
    - What can we learn from what’s happening in other countries?

    Panelists include:

    Host: Robin Merttens, Partner, InsTech London
    Will Wood, Head of UK Insights, Strategy and Propositions, Aviva
    Trevor Davis, Managing Director, Life & Health, INSTANDA
    Matthew Reed, Founder, Equipsme

    The event is supported by INSTANDA.

    For CPD purposes, the Learning Objectives are:

    - Learn about the most recent trends in Life&Health insurance
    - Understand how the industry can adapt to long-lasting effects brought by Covid-19
    - Explore the ways technology and innovation can empower insurers to build more flexible and customer-centric products and offerings
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    Matthew will be joined by:

    Hector Ibarra, CEO, Global Parametrics
    Akshay Gupta, SVP, Head - Catastrophe Analytics and Engineering, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance
    Jerry Skees, Chief Strategy Officer and Director, Global Parametrics
    Alin Radu, Senior Risk Modelling/Structuring Specialist, Global Parametrics
    Leif Heimfarth, Senior Underwriter, Hannover Re

    The event is supported by Global Parametrics.

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    - Learn about how parametric solutions are being used globally to address the insurance gap around catastrophic events
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  • Intangibles: Reputation, Human Capital and IP. New solutions for New Risks Recorded: Aug 6 2020 61 mins
    Trevor Maynard, Lloyd's; Paul Merrey, KPMG; Kasper Ulf Nielsen, The RepTrak Company; Josephine Saunders, AXA XL
    The shift towards a world dominated by intangible assets like reputation, human capital and intellectual property, started decades ago. COVID-19 has accelerated trends such as the shift to remote workforces and digital transactions, further increasing the value of intangible assets, reckoned to have exceeded 80% of S & P companies corporate value in the last 10-15 years. Although hard to measure, these new areas of exposure offer great opportunities for insurers.

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    - The main issues to address when assessing the risk from intangibles;
    - Recommendations for how resilient organisations can protect themselves;
    - Examples of insurers already offering insurance products in this area.

    Join us on August 6th at 2 pm UK time to learn more.
  • Plugging the Gaps: How Well Do You Understand Your Flood Exposure? Recorded: Jul 30 2020 58 mins
    Hosted by Matthew Grant, Partner at InsTech London
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    Petr Punčochář, Head of Flood Model Development for EMEA and APAC, Impact Forecasting, Aon
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    James Sawle, Business Development for Catastrophe Risk Modelling, Nasdaq
    Rubini Santha, Lead Catastrophe Modeller, Ambiental
    Stephen Hutchings, Head of Modelling, JBA Risk Management
    Andrew Smith, Chief Operations Officer, Fathom
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