Peta Kilian - Senior Strategy and Innovation Analyst, Talbot
We face an unfamiliar and rapidly evolving insurance landscape. Many digital disruptors now use algorithms to settle claims in seconds and regulators have toughened up oversight. At a macro level, rapid changes to our weather, lifestyles, societies and political systems have overturned old certainties. The UK insurance industry stands on the precipice of profound change. Demanding customers, new competitors, a changing set of challenges and the ongoing issues following Brexit are transforming the landscape. Is London still and is it likely to remain the centre of the insurance eco-system?
This seminar will consider the profile, risks and opportunities of market change, what the customer wants, and what the market is able and willing to provide.
Anthony Baldwin – CEO UK, AIG
This Breakfast is the next step of the journey in the well-received series of Brexit Leadership roundtables hosted by Airmic with AIG.
Developing a relationship between the UK befitting that of a close partner with Europe will need mature reflection, distance and the constructive engagement of new players who can share priorities and move on from the past. Who are the lead actors in this drama and is this a realistic scenario? What are the practical challenges that businesses have navigated since the end of the transition period? What is the best hope for a constructive future? As we continue to face up to life after Brexit, and a life alongside Covid-19, what should the risk and insurance professionals community and the organisations they represent be considering?
Join a panel of political, insurance industry and Airmic member leaders to scan the horizon to help us all prepare for 2022 and beyond.
Dr Nicola Eccles – Head of Wellbeing, Wellspace
Clive Sherwood – Casualty Risk Consulting Leader – AIG
AIG have partnered with Wellspace to offer Casualty clients a digital wellbeing platform. This session explores the basis of psychological wellbeing, short and long term solutions and tools to reduce stress and anxiety. Crucially, the session covers what a ‘mental health crisis’ might look like and the evidence for digital health solutions in supporting organisations.