The Future of Insurance: Leading CEOs Vision of the New Era of Insurance
The experience of driving growth through a global pandemic has been transformational for many, and the insurance industry is no different. Managing the challenge of remote workforces, emerging risks, and keeping up with changing consumer behaviour, 2020 was the year of survival.
As we move into the exciting prospect of normality, our attention must now turn to the opportunity to thrive in our revolutionised era of insurance.
Last year, Reuters Events hosted three virtual conferences discussing the future of insurance across the European and North American markets. We heard from an outstanding line-up of CEOs and C-Suite pioneers - the decision makers driving the industry forward. Download the whitepaper today for the key takeaways and insights – straight to your inbox.
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In this exclusive whitepaper summarising the key learnings from Reuters Events’ flagship Insurance conferences of 2020, you will learn:
- The essential strategies to keep pace with issues surrounding climate change, ESG and social inclusion
- How leading insurers plan to build a hybrid working model to best suit the needs of their employees and customers
- The technology innovations needed to deliver the best returns across all key metrics - revenue, efficiency, and ultimately customer satisfaction
For a taster of what you can expect to read:
“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
“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
I hope you find the insights valuable!