6th Asia Agriculture Insurance Conference

September 12-13, 2019 | India

India has set an ambitious goal to become a $5tn economy by 2025, and the agriculture sector will have to play a major role to play to achieve this target. Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for about 58% of the country’s population, and the gross value added by agriculture, forestry and fishing is estimated at $271bn in 2018. With global warming, droughts and natural calamities in several Indian states in the past few years have fueled agrarian distress though some regions saw higher output. Overall, the sector grew marginally in value because of lower prices.

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All aspects of the insurance industry are being disrupted, requiring new digital strategies and IT architectures. This playbook outlines how insurance companies must evolve their delivery architectures to meet the demands of their users, reduce risk and meet regulatory compliance


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So, You Want To... Level Up Your Cyber Insurability

June 9, 2022 | USA

The recent rise in data breaches and ransomware has caused an uptick in insurance claims. In response, cyber insurance providers are now doing greater due diligence to verify the security posture of the organizations they plan to insure. With most breaches involving weak or stolen credentials, insurance providers consider identity controls like multi-factor authentication (MFA) a requirement, in addition to a checklist of other foundational controls including managed vulnerabilities, a logged and monitored network, and prepared incident response—to name a few. Building a resilience plan to reduce the likelihood of ever needing to file a claim can pay off in a big way.

Asia Life Insurance Summit 2022

August 24-25, 2022 | Singapore

The life insurance industry underwent dramatic changes through 2021. An industry once reliant on high-touch and manual process reinvented itself with the adoption of new technologies. These changes have knock-on effects on customer expectations, operating cost structures and business model. As the demand for no-medical-exam life insurance policies grows, insurers need to take advantage of data analytics, predictive modelling, machine learning and AI to streamline their underwriting process and classify risk more effectively. Automation and digitalisation have also driven rapid growth in embedded insurance, opening significant opportunities to create value for customers and presenting the future of insurance distribution. Will embedded insurance overturn the ‘sold and not bought’ mantra? Could the growth be permanent? Returning as an in-person event, the Asia Life Insurance Summit, set to take place in Singapore in August, will look to address critical issues and challenges facing Asia's life insurance markets today, and explore ways to gain a competitive advantage and be a winner in the decade to come.

European Risk Management Conference

June 16, 2022 | Luxembourg

The 16th edition of the European Risk Management Conference, organised in association with ALRiM, is taking place on 16 June 2022, with a live audience in Luxembourg as well as a live stream option for virtual participants.Seize this unique opportunity to receive first-hand regulatory insights from our high-level speakers and network with risk management professionals from around the world.

Claims Innovation USA 2022

July 11-13, 2022 | USA

A variety of macro-economic and social trends, whether it be the proliferation of digital solutions available to consumers, severe business disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic or the newly coined “Great Resignation”, have all resulted in the spotlight shining clearly on the claims world. The customer experience of filing and pursuing an insurance claim is largely one of delay, confusion, and frustration. Multiple, often time-consuming, points of contact have resulted in a customer journey that appears outdated—acutely so when juxtapositioned against the largely digitised world of near-instantaneous customer satisfaction consumers expect elsewhere.

Spotlight

All aspects of the insurance industry are being disrupted, requiring new digital strategies and IT architectures. This playbook outlines how insurance companies must evolve their delivery architectures to meet the demands of their users, reduce risk and meet regulatory compliance

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