October 2022, Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City, Europaboulevard 10, 1083 AD Amsterdam, Netherlands
Redefine strategy. Optimise technology. Revolutionise customer.
These interviews have been produced in the lead up to Reuters Events: The Future of Insurance Europe 2022 (18th-19th October, Amsterdam).
We spoke with our top industry-leading speakers about what they’ll be covering during the event, and where they think the industry is headed. Check out what they have to say on Climate, Parametric Insurance, Claims, Talent, Transformation and Digitalisation.
Bruno Scaroni, Group Chief Transformation Officer, Generali on digital transformation
“In the current context the insurance industry has a unique opportunity to transform, by embracing technology and digital to enhance its value proposition, as well as contribution to society.”
Silke Sehm, Member of the Board of Management, Hannover Re on parametric insurance
“The future of reinsurance will be the best of both worlds - traditional covers and innovative solutions such as parametric-based products - and reinsurers will be innovation partners of insurers and insurtechs.”
Dave Matcham, CEO, International Underwriting Association on digitalisation
“Commercial/wholesale insurance has a bright future but must work with customers to ensure their needs can be, and are, met.”
Cyril Steffen, Chief Claims Officer, European Markets, AXA on the future of claims
“To combat rising claims costs with process and product Innovation is a highly strategic claims topic. I very much hope that industry professionals will take away some new insights and ideas from this session.”
Allegra van Hövell-Patrizi, CEO, The Netherlands, Aegon on talent
“Our purpose is to help people live their best lives. Whether career changes, taking sabbaticals, buying a new home, or planning for entrepreneurship after 65. Together, we can support them as they transition through the different phases of their lives.”
Christoph Nabholz, Chief Research Officer, Swiss Re Institute on climate
“Partnerships between the insurance industry, governments, regulators, and insurance policyholders will be essential to access the urgently needed data to start reporting transparently. All these parties are part of the solution and will have to work together to establish a sustainable path forward.”