Connected Claims returns to London in 2018

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Connected Claims Europe 2018

(Insurance Nexus, 2018)

Following on from their hugely successful Connected Claims USA Summit, 250 of insurance’s most senior claims leaders and innovators will convene at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London for Connected Claims Europe (29th-30th October), Insurance Nexus have just announced.

With no industry having invested more in AI than insurance did in 2017, now is the time for claims to realise the potential that technology offers to satisfy the high expectations of the modern, digital-savvy customer. Despite having a working knowledge of much of AI, automation and machine learning, many carriers are unsure of how to implement and embed these technologies without causing disruption and loss of revenue. Through a practical retelling of insurer success stories, over 250 of European insurance’s most senior executives will hear from expert speakers on how to empower their customers through hyper-personalised automation, extract more insights from existing data, accelerate claims processing and build a claims-handling team equipped for the future of insurance, plus much more.

Already confirmed to speak are Generali’s Global Head of Claims, Mario Ricco, Zurich’s Global Head of Claims Strategy Development and Delivery, Alessandro Paoli and many more, including:

  • Simon Gallimore, Director of Casualty Claims, UK, AIG
  • Martin Ashfield, UK Claims Technical Director, AXA
  • Andrea Lorenzoni, Global Chief Claims Officer of Commercial Insurance, Zurich
  • Andrew Morrish, UK Claims Director, Aviva
  • Thomas Schreiner, Head of Claims Data, Systems and Analytics, Munich Re
  • Steve Tait, Head of Claims Automation, RSA

Connected Claims Europe attendees will also enjoy a truly international networking experience; Europe’s largest insurance claims community will take part in a multitude of different interactive sessions, discussing and dissecting the issues at the heart of claims. Attendees will also be afforded over 8 hours of enhanced networking with Brella; after simply creating a profile and defining one’ interests, attendees can then set their own meetings and create valuable business networks that can be leveraged in future.

With the agenda almost finalised, and tickets now on sale (save £500 before 6th July), there has never been a better time to secure your place in the Insurance Claims Revolution! http://bit.ly/2KujtIx

Get £150 off the ticket price using a discount code: 4949ES150

Insurance Nexus is the central hub for insurance executives. Through in-depth industry analysis, targeted research, niche events and quality content, we provide the industry with a platform to network, discuss, learn and shape the future of the insurance industry.

 

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