5 TRENDS EVERY LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY CIO SHOULD KNOW

SHAY ALON | January 23, 2019

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Life insurance CIOs are well positioned to help business leaders find opportunity amidst industry dynamics. According to Accenture Research, these include Millennials who are at the age where life-stage buying traditionally occurs, Baby Boomers who are entering retirement en masse many of whom are unprepared and $30 trillion in financial and non-financial assets that will transfer between generations in the next decade. Insurance CIOs can help business leaders shape their organizational strategies and guide technology investment in the areas that drive the most business value.

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