Articles - Timed Agenda released for The Future of Insurance USA 2020

The Future of Insurance USA (Nov 16-18) is set to be the most important gathering of senior insurance executives this year. CEOs and C-Level Executives from industry-leading brands such as Nationwide, Prudential, Tokio Marine, Zurich, and more are taking the (virtual) stage at this exclusive event.

 Our research-based, expert-led agenda addresses the most urgent challenges facing insurers across multiple lines, with presentations and live panels including:
 “Reflect on the Lessons of COVID-19 and Realign your Strategy Moving Forward” with Susan Rivera (CEO, Tokio Marine HCC)
 “Live Panel: The New Insurance Marketplace: Unlock Unprecedented Customer Reach” with Naveen Agarwal (Chief Marketing Officer, Prudential) and Jane Possell (Chief Information Officer, CNA Insurance)
 “Reinventing Life Insurance To Help Customers Live Longer, Healthier Lives” with Brooks Tingle (CEO, John Hancock)
 “Live Panel: The Future of Commercial Insurance: Transform Uncertainty into Innovation” with Peter McMurtie (President of P&C Commercial Lines, Nationwide) and Greg Tacchetti (Chief Information Officer, State Auto Insurance)
 And many more must-see, must-hear insights that will add value for your organization in the year ahead.
 Do you want to miss the opportunity to hear insights from the very people who have driven, and continue to drive, the biggest industry transformations in history?
 Kind Regards,
 Ira Sopic
 Global Project Director
 Reuters Events
 Telephone: +44 (0) 207 536 7206
 Reuters Events is part of Reuters News & Media Ltd, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Registered in England and Wales: 2505735.

Back to Index

Similar News to this Story

Local authority audit backlog and pensions considerations
A recent joint statement from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) and the National Audit Office (NAO) announced proposa
New strategic options for DB pension schemes
The next phase of Mansion House reforms is upon us! On 23rd February the government published a consultation on proposals that will open up two new st
Five Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Extra In Interest
The aim of raising interest rates is to slow down the economy, by reducing demand and making financing more expensive. This makes sense as a mechanism

Site Search

Exact   Any  

Latest Actuarial Jobs

Actuarial Login

 Jobseeker    Client
Reminder Logon

APA Sponsors

Actuarial Jobs & News Feeds

Jobs RSS News RSS


Be the first to contribute to our definitive actuarial reference forum. Built by actuaries for actuaries.