InsurTech Evolution

Day 1: Wednesday 5th December 2018

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Jamie Macgregor

Senior Vice President, Global Insurance
Celent

Who Owns the Future?

10:10 am - 10:30 am Fireside Chat: Who Owns the Future? AXA as an Innovation Pioneer

Vikas Chhariya - Managing Director - Group Innovation, AXA
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Vikas Chhariya

Managing Director - Group Innovation
AXA

  • The competitive landscape of the insurance industry is changing, and its leader must decide now how and where they will compete in the future.
  • With agile newcomers, greenfield carriers, established competitors doing digital better, and the looming threat of tech giants on the horizon, market share can’t be taken for granted.
  • So who owns the future? Will it be the insurtechs, the insurers ahead on the digital curve, or will it be out of industry players?
  • How is the shifting competitive landscape influencing the thinking of insurance leaders, and how is it driving their strategies for change?
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Shân Millie

Founder
Bright Blue Hare

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Oke Eleazu

Chief Operating Officer
Bought by Many

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Robert Bartlett

Partner
Motive Partners

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Adrian Furness

Claims and Operations Director
Covea

11:20 am - 11:40 am A New Dawn? The Challenger’s Point of View

Matt Poll - Chief Executive Officer, Neos
  • Becoming an insurer isn’t easy. From the onerous regulatory requirements to the high customer acquisition costs in a market built on grudge purchases, it takes vision, commitment and significant resources and expertise. Many would ask, ‘why bother?’
  • Hear from a challenger at the forefront of insurance’s digital revolution. 
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Matt Poll

Chief Executive Officer
Neos

Reaping the Benefits of Tech-Driven Innovation

11:40 am - 12:10 pm Panel: Flash in the Plan or Here to Stay? Embedding Innovation in the Incumbent Insurer

Yannis Korgialos - Head of European Partners and Products, Munich Re Digital Partners
Alexandre Rispal - Co-Founder and CEO, Moonshot-Internet
  • The ‘why’ of innovation is clear, but where there’s less certainty is the ‘how'
  • Beyond lab launches, new job titles, and making the right noises in public, how can insurers sustain innovation across the organisation and deliver value to the business?
  • When it comes to innovation initiatives, what works and what doesn’t?
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Yannis Korgialos

Head of European Partners and Products
Munich Re Digital Partners

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Alexandre Rispal

Co-Founder and CEO
Moonshot-Internet

  • When the InsurTech Story is written, collaboration will surely loom large as one if its biggest themes.
  • As start-ups have taken on the role of enablers of digital transformation, their importance as a motor of industry change has become clearer. But to reap the benefits of partnerships a number of challenges have to be overcome.
  • How do you pair legacy systems and mind-sets with disruptive technologies and outlooks and get results?
  • Hear how effective partnerships are built and leveraged to drive change
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Carrie Osman

Founder & CEO
Cruxy & Co

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Tobias Taupitz

CEO and Co-Founder
Laka

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Tina Woods

Founder
Collider Health

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Tracey Smith

Fintech Lead
DirectLine

12:40 pm - 1:00 pm DLT - Opportunities in the Social Housing Sector

James Lockyer, - Board Committee Member, Midland Heart
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James Lockyer,

Board Committee Member
Midland Heart

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Lunch Break

Building the ‘Intelligent Insurer’ – Redesigning the Industry with AI

2:00 pm - 2:10 pm Industry Update: AI and the Intelligent Insurer

Craig Beattie - Senior Analyst, Celent
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Craig Beattie

Senior Analyst
Celent

  • A lot of the excitement around AI in insurance has focused on its ability to improve pricing models or analytics, but the story doesn’t end there.
  • In the AI-driven, data-rich era, the way insurance products and services are built and run will fundamentally change. From real-time risk monitoring and prevention to providing seamless customer experiences that incorporate human advice only when necessary, insurance will be almost unrecognisable.
  • But how do carriers get to this vision of the future? What steps should they be taking now to ensure that AI sits at the core of everything they do?
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Michael Natusch

Global Head of Artificial Intelligence
Prudential

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Craig Beattie

Senior Analyst
Celent

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James Breeze

Datawarehouse Architect
XL Catlin

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm HoloLens: AR and VR in the Realm of Insurance

Bobbie Mansfield - Digital Change Leader, AXA XL, a division of AXA
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Bobbie Mansfield

Digital Change Leader
AXA XL, a division of AXA

Fuel for the Fire – Unlocking Data’s Potential

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Digital First, Not Digital Only – Keeping Sight of Your Customers

Andrew Stevens - Product Marketing Manager,, Quadient
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Andrew Stevens

Product Marketing Manager,
Quadient

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm Unleashing the Power of Data and AI for New Business Opportunities in Insurance

Alexandra Foster - Global GM, Head of Insurance, Finance, Payments & Post Trade Sectors & Products, BT
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Alexandra Foster

Global GM, Head of Insurance, Finance, Payments & Post Trade Sectors & Products
BT

3:50 pm - 4:10 pm Towards a Dynamic Future – Transforming the Underwriter’s Art

Redefining Value for the Customer – How Insurers Can Stay Relevant in the Digital Age

4:10 pm - 4:30 pm New Products, New Possibilities - How to Know When to Move Beyond ‘Innovation’ R&D and Generate Revenue

Steve Knight - Group Transformation Director, LV
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Steve Knight

Group Transformation Director
LV

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Picking up the Pace – How Can Insurers Accelerate their IoT Journey?

Matteo Carbone - Founder & Director, IoT Insurance Observatory
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Matteo Carbone

Founder & Director
IoT Insurance Observatory

5:00 pm - 5:30 pm IoT and the Bottom-Line – Monetizing the Data-Driven Evolution of Insurance

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Ross Campbell

Chief Underwriter, Life Health R&D
Gen Re

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Thomas Lethenborg

CEO
Monsenso

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Ulrik Borch

Co-founder and CEO
Injurymap

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Jean-Stéphane Gourévitch

Mentor
Nexussquared

6:00 pm - 6:00 pm Close