We’re hosting another live webcast along with our sister publication Reinsurance News on November 4th, with the discussion set to be focused on the use of technology within the reinsurance industry and the importance of data as a driver of future innovation.
This webcast is being held in association with our webcast partner Genpact.
During the webcast, titled “Reinsurance: The data driven future”, which is being broadcast live on November 4th at 3pm UK time (11am ET) and will also be available on-demand to registrants, you can hear our panellists discussing the data-driven future of the reinsurance marketplace.
Please register today to attend and watch live, or to view it on-demand if you cannot make the scheduled broadcast timing.
The push for efficiency, digitalisation and innovation in reinsurance, as well as the increasing availability of advanced technological solutions, promise to transform industry operations and the way business is underwritten.
During the webcast, topics discussed will include: the technological maturity of the insurance and reinsurance market; the importance of robust data and being able to use it effectively; what reinsurers can do to stay up to speed with tech developments; how technology will drive trends in matching risk and capital efficiently; and panellists opinions on how the future reinsurance landscape may look as technology continues to be adopted at pace. Register here.
- Sameer Dewan, Global Business and Digital Transformation Leader for Insurance, Genpact.
- Vasco Nunes, Lead, Data Platform and Operations, Swiss Re.
- Sean Bourgeois, Founder & CEO, Tremor Technologies Inc.
- One more panellist to be confirmed.
Moderator: Steve Evans, Owner & Editor, Reinsurance News and Artemis.
There will be an opportunity for live questions & answers (Q&A) towards the end of this webcast session.
Expect a vibrant discussion on the role of technology in driving innovation in the market and the future of reinsurance.
Register today to attend. The webcast will also be available to watch on-demand, so if you cannot attend the live broadcast you will also be able to view the discussion at your leisure if registered.