Articles - Live Next Week The Future of Insurance USA 2021

Next week - Reuters Events: The Future of Insurance USA 2021 (June 22-24), the high-level industry event of the year goes live. Over 1,000 insurance professionals from all major US carriers will join forces to drive the transformation of insurance in the digital era. Traditional insurance as we know it is over. We must evolve. You can register today (before registration closes):



 Insurance Carriers & Brokers – FREE live access here

 Vendors, Consultants & Solution Providers - Pass options here


 CEO 1:1 Interviews –

 CEO, Allstate – Tom Wilson
 CEO, Zurich – Mario Greco
 CEO, Hippo – Assaf Wand
 CEO, Allianz Life – Walter White
 CEO, Prudential Financial – Caroline Feeney
 “Aligning Business Values With Your Customer’s Values” – EVP & COO, Northwestern Mutual
 “What Does The Future Of Work Look Like?” – COO, Americas, AXA XL
 “Developing Strategy For The Future Now” – VP, Chief Risk & Strategy Officer, Grange Insurance
 “LIVE Panel – From Emerging Risks To Existential Threats”
 • SVP, Chief Risk Officer, AmericanAg
 • VP & Emerging Solutions Director, Zurich NA
 • VP – Natural Hazards & Structures Engineering, FM Global
 • Partner, KPMG US
 And many more…
 Have a great day – please get in touch if you have any questions or to enquire about group rate discounts.
 Kind regards,
 Alexander Bird
 Global Project Director
 Reuters Events
 Telephone: +44 20 7513 8946
 Reuters Events is part of Reuters News & Media Ltd, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Registered in England and Wales: 2505735.

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