A schedule of the key events in the (re)insurance calendar
It's About Time: 2020 Outlook for Global Supply Chains
As the 2020s get underway, please join us on February 14 for a complimentary breakfast briefing on global trade: where we have been, where we are now, and where we are headed. We are excited to announce that Congressman Steven Horsford, representing the fourth district of Nevada, will join experts across S&P Global's supply chain, technology, ESG, and economics groups.
Google and Insurance - Planning for a Truly Digital Future
We’re thrilled to announce that our next event on 25th February will be in collaboration with Google. They’re coming along to tell us about their 2020 plans for insurance and the role of Instech London and the innovation community in that. We’ll also hear from a couple of scale-ups already working with Google about what that involves and how they have benefited from that support. Top of the bill will be a series of pitches from early-stage startups with propositions with the potential to align with Google’s vision. We’ll get them to assess and tell us how they might envisage supercharging the right kind of business and the tools they have at their disposal to do that. IMPORTANT: Given that this is a unique opportunity to get a real insight into how Google sees the future of insurance and will certainly sell out, tickets for this event will only be on sale to our members (whether they be corporate, individual, sponsored by the LMA or startups).
Construction Risk Management 2020: Building the future of the modern world
The construction industry plays an integral role in building the future of the modern world amidst many challenges. Increasingly complex projects, skills shortages and profitability concerns...
(Re)insurance Claims Congress
The 2020 London (Re)insurance Claims Congress is the essential event for claims leaders who want to capitalise on The Insurance Insider's insights and networks to help position themselves in an increasingly competitive landscape. Panel sessions will provide over 180 senior claims professionals with the opportunity to hear from renowned industry experts who will unpick some of the most critical aspects of the planned claims solutions. Topics will cover: • Future of Lloyd’s: Blueprint One • Claims and cyber business • Customer experience • Operational efficiency • Innovation: culture, people, mindset and skills The London (Re)insurance Claims Congress 2020 is free to attend for claims professionals or senior market practitioners operating within (re)insurance.
IICF UK Conference 2020: Building a Sustainable Future
Looking to gain 2020 vision? Hear from Denis Duverne, Chair of AXA and the IDF and join over 150 industry leaders at the IICF UK 2020 Conference on Building a Sustainable Future on topics of resilience, the role of insurance in creating more sustainable communities, building inclusive teams and leadership skills for the future. 4 CPD hours available. Slipcase users receive 15% off individual tickets. Enter promo code SLIPCASE15OFF at checkout.
Insider Progress: Recognising the 'Class' Ceiling and Developing Confidence in Yourself
Insider Progress is designed to provide a clear view of how embracing and celebrating employees’ differences can bring new business opportunities in (re)insurance...
Insider Progress: Classism and Social Mobility
Workshop led by Siân Jones - an ITV News Presenter and Broadcaster who also worked for Sky News, Bloomberg, CNBC and GMTV. The session is designed to help individuals learn how to assert themselves in the workplace and promote one’s personal brand. Insider Progress is designed to provide a clear view of how embracing and celebrating employees’ differences can bring new business opportunities in (re)insurance. Keeping intersectionality at the core, we are determined to offer individuals the opportunity to openly address and tackle the difficulties they face. This Insider Progress conference will focus how classism disrupts social mobility in the insurance industry.
Designing Insurance for the Gig Economy - The Financial Services Forum
Mis-selling scandals, dual pricing, product bundling, commoditisation, lack of transparency, and convoluted language - the lack of trust in insurance as an industry is well documented. But while the benefits of building trust with customers are self-evident, the industry’s structural focus on price combined with a lack of customer touch points has so far posed a significant barrier to change. Now, with a new generation of customer-focused products emerging, how can marketers harness the opportunity to get closer to their customers, drive cultural change in their organisations and – ultimately re-build trust in their business and across the wider sector? SPEAKERS Patrick Smith, Executive Director, Tribe Advisory Chair: Mark Huxley, Consultant, Huxley Advisory