Annual Conference 2022

February 22, 2022 | USA

The ABI Annual Conference 2022 will be the standout insurance event of the year, bringing industry leaders, politicians and regulators together to debate the major issues affecting the insurance and long term savings industry.

Spotlight

New expectations, innovations, and competition are emerging due to inter-related forces of change in People, Technology and Market Boundaries. These forces have evolved over the Industrial and Information Ages, but are now revolutionary due to the intensity and acceleration at the start of the Digital Age, creating a seismic shift. In the Digital Age, customer expectations are being set by digital leaders outside and inside the insurance industry, filling the most vulnerable gap a simplified, engaging customer journey.


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Role of digital transformation (AI / RPA) in banking and insurance.

February 15-16, 2022 | USA

You can join Robocorp and its experienced guest speakers to understand how you can make the most of the digital transformations happening in the banking and insurance sectors.

AI in Insurance Summit New York

April 21-22, 2022 | USA

Discover the latest advancements in AI tools and techniques and their application in insurance from the world's leading innovators across industry, academia and startups.

Insurance Post Claims Apprentice 2022

May 16-17, 2022 | USA

Insurance Post and Kennedys are looking for confident, hard-working individuals working in claims who would like to test and broadcast their expertise and industry knowledge by taking part in this industry renowned video series. The competition will see finalists take on a variety of team-based and individual tasks, which will ultimately be judged by Kennedys’ own Christopher Dunn.

Compliance Risk Assessment and Management

June 21-22, 2022 | USA

Introduction and background, including regulator expectations globally, Identification of compliance risks, Assessing the severity of compliance risks, The roles of risk appetite and tolerance, Reviewing the effectiveness of internal controls over compliance, Design and implementation of risk response/remediation plans, Completing the compliance risk management cycle and Final considerations, integration with organizational risk management, etc.

Spotlight

New expectations, innovations, and competition are emerging due to inter-related forces of change in People, Technology and Market Boundaries. These forces have evolved over the Industrial and Information Ages, but are now revolutionary due to the intensity and acceleration at the start of the Digital Age, creating a seismic shift. In the Digital Age, customer expectations are being set by digital leaders outside and inside the insurance industry, filling the most vulnerable gap a simplified, engaging customer journey.

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