Financial & Insurance Conference Planners Symposium

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.
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Spotlight

The outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019- nCoV), in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, has prompted questions of how insurance policies might respond to claims stemming from business losses attributed to this infection prompting this White Paper. The primary virus infection, which can result in pneumonia and even death, originated from a Wuhan city seafood market. Subsequently, person-to-person transmission has occurred, primarily to health workers who had contact with those initially infected. The concern is that this may lead to widespread infections, worldwide.


OTHER UPCOMING CONFERENCES

ACLI Annual Conference 2022

September 28-30, 2022 | USA

ACLI Annual Conference is going to be held in JW Marriott Washington, DC, Washington DC, USA starting from 28 September. It would be a 3 days business Conference organized by American Council Of Life Insurers focusing on the companies news, products and services of Banking & Finance industry.
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Bring Efficiency, Speed and Transparency to Claims to Deliver a Seamless Customer Experience

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 Multiple, often time-consuming, points of contact have resulted in a customer journey that appears outdated—acutely so when juxtapositioned against the largely digitised world of near-instantaneous customer satisfaction consumers expect elsewhere.
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12th Annual International Insurance Conference

June 2, 2022 | USA

The global economic shift & growth markets Global & European stability. Our customer in tomorrow’s world Technological advances.
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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.
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Spotlight

The outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019- nCoV), in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, has prompted questions of how insurance policies might respond to claims stemming from business losses attributed to this infection prompting this White Paper. The primary virus infection, which can result in pneumonia and even death, originated from a Wuhan city seafood market. Subsequently, person-to-person transmission has occurred, primarily to health workers who had contact with those initially infected. The concern is that this may lead to widespread infections, worldwide.

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