Articles - Underwriting Innovation Europe from June 28 to 30 2021


Chief Underwriting Officers and C-level executives from Lloyd’s, AXA, AGCS, Zurich, MS Amlin, ERGO, Beazley, Munich Re, SCOR P&C, Bought By Many, Swiss Re, and Aviva, will all be speaking at Intelligent Insurer’s Underwriting Innovation Europe Virtual Event (June 28–30). This is your best opportunity of 2021 to hear top-level insurance experts debate the next era of underwriting, fuelled by an abundance of data and emerging technology.

 Use automation and analytics to drive efficiency in underwriting  

 

  

 We already have more than 600+ registrations, from companies such as Liberty Mutual, Gjensidige, Hannover Re, RSA, Amtrust, Guy Carpenter, MAPFRE RE, Covea, Hiscox, Euler Hermes, MetLife, Generali, Sirius Group, Travelers, Vienna Insurance Group, Storebrand and many more. With the ability to network with these attendees online, you’ll make the connections you need to propel your business forward and share solutions to common problems.
 
 You’ll hear from leaders in the European underwriting sphere, including:
 
 • Louise Smith, Chief Digital Officer, Lloyd’s
 • Thierry Daucourt, Chief Commercial Lines Officer, AXA European Markets
 • Tony Buckle, Chief Underwriting Officer Corporate and Specialty, AGCS
 • Elena Rasa, Chief Underwriting Officer, Zurich
 • Herbert Baeten, Chief Underwriting Officer, MS Amlin
 • Christine Kaaz, Chief Underwriting Officer, ERGO
 • Adrian Cox, Chief Underwriting Officer, Beazley
 • Jurgen Reinhart, Chief Underwriting Officer–Cyber, Munich Re
 • Renaud Ambite, Chief Technical and Distribution Officer, Single Risk, SCOR P&C
 • Charlotte Halknett, Chief Commercial Officer, Bought By Many
 • Jérôme Jean Haegeli, Chief Economist, Swiss Re
 • Gareth Hemming, Managing Director–Personal Lines, Aviva

  
 Through 15 hours of online content, you’ll hear how to:
 
 • Harness data and analytics: Be at the forefront of innovation and extract granular, unstructured data from third parties, and overcome internal organisational data silos to support better decision-making, productivity, and profitability
 • Deploy automation and digitisation: Drive operational excellence and efficiency by alleviating the burden of administrative tasks and transforming the role of the underwriter with AI, machine learning and robotic process automation—reallocating time to relationship-building and the customer experience
 • Adapt to the evolving risk landscape: With a special focus on intangible risks and parametrics, address the challenge of modelling new threats across cyber risk, automated environments, cryptocurrency, supply chains, business interruption and pandemics

  
 For more information, or to get involved as a speaker/sponsor, please contact:
  
  
 Helen Raff
 Head of Research
 Intelligent Insurer
 Direct line: +44 (0)203 301 8244
 Email: hraff@newtonmedia.co.uk
  
 
 

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