The Future of Insurance - Connect, Collaborate, Succeed
2020 proved to be an extremely challenging year. It also proved that as an industry, Insurance is both resilient and determined; both in reaching our customers through meaningful engagement and also in furthering our own ambitions through total digital transformation.
But now that the immediate crisis has passed, and vaccine rollout programs bring the prospect of a return to normality ever closer, what is next for the insurance sector?
In November 2020, Reuters Events hosted three virtual conferences focused on the North American and European markets. We heard from an outstanding line-up of CEOs, and C-Suite pioneers; the decision makers driving the industry forward as we enter 2021 and define our strategy.
Leadership Insights To Inform Your Strategy
In this exclusive whitepaper summarizing the key points and learnings from Reuters Events’ flagship Insurance conferences of 2020, you will learn:
- How Insurers plan to build a hybrid working model to best suit the needs of their employees and customers
- Which tech innovations will deliver the best returns in terms of revenue, efficiency and customer satisfaction post-COVID-19
- Why Insurers cannot afford to take their foot off the gas when it comes to issues of climate change and social inclusion
Sneak Peek of this Exclusive Whitepaper
“We have an opportunity to fully charge our digital strategies moving forward. But digital business is a full team sport for the entire executive committee. You need to have a big picture vision to be able to share.”
Susan Rivera, CEO, Tokio Marine HCC
“In a lot of ways, we have improved in this crisis. We’re faster, more connected and more collaborative than we ever have been. But I do think that it has been overcooked a little bit. Many offices, including Marsh McLennan [need] more of a hybrid model. The office will stay in the center [but] with more flexibility.”
Dan Glaser, President & CEO, Marsh & McLennan Companies
“In corporates themselves, their staff, colleagues, climate change is one of the things that binds everybody together. Everybody cares that these are important things we should be doing, not just for ourselves but for our children and our children’s children.”
Nigel Wilson, CEO, Legal & General
I hope you find the insights valuable!