Insurance & Business Continuity Lifecycle

RiskLogic

Recent catastrophic events coupled with local industrial losses has significantly changed the insurance industry. Insurers appetite to underwrite Food and Beverage and Manufacturing exposures in particular has reduced dramatically. This change has led to increased premiums and in some instances, businesses being classified as 'un-insurable'. Managing this change in appetite can often come down to how you differentiate your risk and resilience strategies, at renewal.
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Spotlight

History of insurance dates back to early human society. Granaries were the earliest form of insurance (riskpooling) which over time adapted by merchants to transport their products on ships. And, in 1968, Lloyds was born in a coffee house. Between 1968 and today, the insurance industry has been working on four fundamental principles of insurance and among them the most prominent is ‘utmost good faith’ or ‘Uberrima fides’. Although the insurance business runs on TRUST, but it has been breached by several times, due to which many insurance companies have paid the fraudulent claims, due to lack of evidences.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

CQCS Insurtech & Innovation 2021

insuremo.com

This is the third edition of CQCS insurtech event, the expectation is to have more than 100 supporters and more than 1500 participants this year. Brokers, regulatory agencies, insurance companies, insurtechs, investors, technology service providers and insurance entrepreneurs from all over the world are welcome to attend the event.
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Al use cases and case studies for commercial insurance providers

intellectseec.com

This webinar will share insights and case studies illustrating how Al can help commercial insurers solve specific pain points and improve overall efficiency while simultaneously reducing costs.
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A Conversation with James Maudslay

ITL

In this webinar, Insurance Thought Leadership Editor-in-Chief Paul Carroll interviews James Maudslay, Head of Global Insurance at Equinix, on how information systems are – and aren’t – taking new forms.
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Ethics in the Insurance Industry

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This course clarifies the differences between morals and ethics, how theyre related, and the focus of regulations in regards to these concepts. The discussion reviews the expectations on corporate and agent conduct in the field of insurance. Specific duties are reviewed that must be fulfilled to achieve the expectations and requirements placed on the industry by regulators and an informed public.
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Spotlight

History of insurance dates back to early human society. Granaries were the earliest form of insurance (riskpooling) which over time adapted by merchants to transport their products on ships. And, in 1968, Lloyds was born in a coffee house. Between 1968 and today, the insurance industry has been working on four fundamental principles of insurance and among them the most prominent is ‘utmost good faith’ or ‘Uberrima fides’. Although the insurance business runs on TRUST, but it has been breached by several times, due to which many insurance companies have paid the fraudulent claims, due to lack of evidences.

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