September 8-9, 2022 | USA
Whilst women are swaying almost all verticals and sectors across the globe, we are celebrating the insurance industry's foremost women of influence and leadership at the Women in Insurance Tech Conference on September 8 – 9, 2022 | Boston - USA.
September 29-October 1, 2022 | USA
FICP is a community of financial services and insurance industry meetings and events professionals dedicated to developing members, and advocating the positive impact and value of their work. We elevate the profession by leveraging partnerships and our members’ collective skills and experiences to create purposeful interactions for all stakeholders whose professional success is linked to our member's work.
November 16, 2022 | USA
Following a year of uncertainty across many aspects of business and everyday life, the question of how to anticipate, plan for, and emerge on top when disruption is at play is ever-present. Insurance companies need to position themselves for future growth through innovation that will allow them to not just exist in today’s marketplace but thrive.
New Name: More Great Content. The Insurance IN/sights Symposium, formerly known as the Insurance M&A Symposium, is a place where attendees can hear and learn from experts on pressing topics to best leverage data sources and walk away with tangible solutions. This year’s Symposium will go beyond M&A and bring together executive decision-makers and advisors to discuss the overall state of the market and dig into risk, ESG, and the auto sector.
Expect to gain actionable knowledge that will inform your strategic plan and business objectives. The Insurance IN/sights Symposium is back in person, so you can take advantage of this exclusive networking opportunity where you can socialize with peers and make specialized industry connections.
Join us in navigating business disruptions to find focus in your approach and outlook.
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.