JENNER & BLOCK'S INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLAIMS WEBINAR

Jenner & Block

One way to manage the cost of environmental claims associated with historical operations is to pursue coverage under historical (and often pre-pollution exclusion) occurrence-based commercial general liability insurance policies. Our panelists will discuss the nuances and pitfalls that can arise in environmental insurance litigation and creative strategies to maximize recovery. In addition, companies facing environmental risks in their current operations or transactions can also manage environmental risk through a variety of current insurance products. Our panelists will identify current options available to manage environmental risks going forward and provide insight into the costs and benefits of those insurance products.
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Spotlight

This paper contains the views and thoughts from the Sovos global practice and contributors include our indirect tax, e-invoicing and other subject matter experts from across the organisation. Our aim is to provide you with a high-level insight into the challenges that not only insurers but also governments are facing and how insurers need to adapt to survive and prosper in today’s digital age.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Keeping Claims on Track During COVID-19

Risk&Insurance

Case management provides a crucial role in keeping claims on track and achieving return to work or maximum medical improvement. However, as COVID-19 restrictions present new challenges in claims management, payers are asking what to do and how to ensure injured employees stay on track with their care protocol and meet their RTW/MMI goals.
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Understanding the Insurance Consumer Journey

Jornaya

Virtually all insurance shoppers start online. While many still ultimately purchase offline, we learn more every day about how consumers’ online activities impact their buying decisions. Understanding online behavior is becoming increasingly important as insurers push to reach more of the right prospects at the right time and create a unique brand experience. Technology has made it possible to map the consumer’s shopping journey, identify when and where they begin shopping, assess where they are in the process, and make ever-more-informed decisions on how to optimize the sales process around the consumer’s interest.
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How Life and Annuity Insurers Are Reinventing Distribution

Congnizant

A panel of business and technology experts will examine how insurers are using state-of-the-art digital platforms to jump-start their direct-to-consumer channel efforts. These new platforms allow for faster speed to market for new products, faster entry into new marketing channels, improved customer experiences and more effective variable cost administration. Self-learning, artificial-intelligence-driven capabilities like virtual servicing agents and robo advisors will be integrated and play a key role in driving the next generation of customer experience.
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Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

RWA

The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) requires all insurance distributors and their employees to have the appropriate knowledge and ability to perform their roles. This must be supported by a minimum of 15 hours’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD) a year. Employees must have a minimum necessary knowledge of eight core areas. This webinar presents an overview of the eight core areas of the IDD and suggested areas of learning for each core area. CPD is also discussed and what can be recorded as CPD and why this is important.
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Spotlight

This paper contains the views and thoughts from the Sovos global practice and contributors include our indirect tax, e-invoicing and other subject matter experts from across the organisation. Our aim is to provide you with a high-level insight into the challenges that not only insurers but also governments are facing and how insurers need to adapt to survive and prosper in today’s digital age.

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