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Apr 18
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09:00 - 09:35 35 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
Creating the Digital Business Case

Here we look at the how to create a business case to steer internal investments for digital transformation measuring short term and long term ROI.

  • Consider investments into core business functions such as fraud detection compared to digital endeavours into mobility & autonomous car. How do you start to compare ROI?   
  • Outline the prospects of digital services/products from customer engagement to retention and additional revenue streams to win the support of investment committees and the board
  • Develop the necessary processes to ensure adequate funding of new digital ventures. Balance investments into risk and pricing departments vs. medium to long term digital strategies
  • Alain-Marc Chesnier - Mobility Director - Strategy and Transformation Division, Covéa Insurance
  • Edouard de Lamarzelle - VP, CEO, PSA Assurance
  • Marijan Mumdziev - CEO, Amodo
  • Stefan Sellschopp - Senior Consultant - Connected Car, Allianz Worldwide Partners
  • Moderator: Thomas Hallauer - Director, Research & Marketing, Ptolemus Consulting Group
09:35 - 10:00 25 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
The TSP, the insurer, the OEM, and their mutual interests

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  • Colin Smithers - CEO and Founder, Redtail Telematics
10:00 - 10:25 25 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
Identify Value, Exercise Flexibility and Create Innovative Products

How do we identify what has value to the customer, create the flexibility to explore it and create a minimum viable product?

  • Overcome hurdles of building a minimum viable product where processing, documentation and regulatory standards must be met to illicit constructive consumer feedback
  • Assess methods of creating flexibility within a large corporate on legacy systems, such as launching subsidiaries and innovation hubs to keep you in the game of  developing new products
  • Consider lessons learned through the 3 key stages of development from ‘organisational contract’, to ‘setting up’ through to ‘execution’ to make sure your digital strategy is on course
  • Kenny Leitch - Global Connected Insurance Director, RSA
10:25 - 10:55 30 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
NETWORKING BREAK & MORNING COFFEE
10:55 - 11:55 60 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
Project Kairos - InsurTech Startups on Stage

Investment in insurance technology (insurtech) has grown an astonishing near 3,000% in 2017. Hear elevator pitches from six innovative startups in the connected car, mobility, AI and claims space.

  • Six startups go head to head! Identify where startups are filling gaps in connected services, reacting to autonomous and mobility trends utilising brought-in and on-board vehicle tech
  • Three expert judges: See what carriers, accelerators and venture capitalists are identifying as winning ideas for connected car insurance services, then can pick your own winners!
  • At the end of the elevator pitches meet the founders and CEOs of these startups - develop relationships to put you in the driving seat for connected insurance services
  • Startup Presenter: German Castignani - Co-Founder, Motion-S
  • Startup Presenter: Michael Flanagan - CEO, Xtract360
  • Startup Presenter: Domenico Mariconda - CEO, Axon Telematics
  • Startup Presenter: Moritz Funk - Own, autoaid
  • Startup Presenter: Gerrit Nollet - CEO, Mobly
  • Judge: Alex Smout - Investment Manager, InMotion Ventures
  • Judge: Tshidi Hagan - Program Director, Startupbootcamp InsurTech
11:55 - 12:20 25 mins
KEYNOTES: DIGITAL STRATEGIES TO STREAMLINE INTERNAL PROCESSES
The Big Data Picture Behind Digital Transformation

A huge driver for digital transformation lies in the potential value of big data. Here we look at Markerstudy’s approach to marrying the two and the potential uncovered by doing so.

  • Address the business drivers for a new approach to accessing and analysing data of all types, age and volume to create a big data analytics strategy for sustained growth and differentiation
  • Expand the functionality of a big data platform from central data hubs to new IoT data sources to benefit operational areas from risk & underwriting, pricing, claims fraud and customer insight
  • Combine telematics HD cameras, a cloud-based IoT hub, big data analytics and machine learning to offer real-time vehicle tracking, predict driving patterns and also potential safety issues
  • Dan Fiehn - Group IT Director, Markerstudy
12:20 - 13:50 90 mins
LUNCH & NETWORKING BREAK
13:50 - 14:25 35 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Changing Nature of the Modern Vehicle

New mobility models will have a profound effect vehicle ownership, but also the customer relationship between automaker and the insurer as both move to a service based model. 

  • Address the change in automaker business model to service provision of mobility and its impact on the OEM insurers relationship within a connected services and mobility ecosystem
  • Study the new models of transportation (e-hailing, car sharing fleets, P2P car rental) and the flexibility of insurance coverage needed (i.e. episodic, intermodal) to stay relevant
  • Factor in how mobility models are increasing individual vehicle usage to assess the impact on underwriting. Consider distance covered, hours driven and the frequency of repairs required
  • Parul Green - Head of Innovation and M&A, AXA
  • Hutch Moragne - Corporate Partnerships Manager, Plug and Play Tech Center
  • Guido Von Scheffer - CEO, Motion-S
  • Moderator: Simon Haynes - Co-Founder & Director, Mobiq
14:25 - 14:50 25 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Digital Drivers and Deterrents of Motor Insurance Fraud

As insurance carriers go digital they bring a new set of challenges to combat fraud. Here we explore the landscape of criminal activity and fraud today and how this might change with the advent of digital tech.

  • Understand how big data is changing the nature of fraud investigations. How do you stitch together different data sets to give an accurate assessment of fraudulent behaviour?
  • Identify the threats that come with a digital approach and open doors to organised crime. Build a robust response strategy and utilize new tech. such as blockchain to stay one step ahead
  • Get to grips with the future of fraud investigation and associated tech. such as telematics and predictive analytics to machine learning and computer vision to develop new methods to detect fraud
  • Steve Jackson - Head of Financial Crime, Covea Insurance
14:50 - 15:15 25 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Connected Car Data – Unlocking Value Today & Creating A Roadmap for the Future

Learn how to disrupt with connected car data within a fragmented ecosystem of automakers, hardware and systems suppliers, insurers and service providers.

  • Identify the most valuable data from the huge volumes of data generated by the vehicle, maximising monetary value verses the cost associated with transfer, storage and analytics
  • Increase consumers’ willingness to share data by building trust, and meet increasingly complex security, privacy and data regulations
  • Unlock new business models that improve brand loyalty and drive value from the outset whilst creating a roadmap for the future of connectivity
  • Steve Pimblett - COO, Wejo
15:15 - 15:45 30 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
AFTERNOON COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK
15:45 - 16:15 30 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Investing in Digital Insurance

Hear from investment experts as they discuss the landscape of new and innovative businesses in the motor insurance industry. 

  • Identify the areas from underwriting, data analytics, distribution and claims where disruption is in motion and new players are emerging, winning business and expanding the ecosystem of motor insurance 
  • Get a European perspective on investment patterns in connected car & telematics to mobility, on-demand insurance products – position yourself to move with the trends and keep pace with the industry
  • Understand what it is to be an investment prospect in today's motor insurance landscape. Strike the balance of innovation with disruption through effective use of cutting edge technology with business acumen to bring something new
  • Stephan Muecke - Investor, Swiss Re Principal Investments
  • Patrick Wirth - Investor Venture Capital, Baloise AG Switzerland
  • Moderator: Holly Marshall - Consultant, Beep Consulting
16:15 - 17:15 60 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Escape from Legacy - Startup Again

Hear from experts, founders and CEOs in the InsurTech space in quick fire 15 min presentations with examples of delivery and execution of new digital insurance products and services.    

  • Hear first-hand from trail blazing startups on how they brought new insurance products to market that are in keeping with the needs of the digital customer
  • Identify the hurdles with working with startups from how to invest, ownership & operating models to points of integration
  • Meet the growing demand for on-demand insurance. How do you deconstruct actuarial, underwriting and distribution processes of standardised products to bring them on-demand?
  • Alexandre Rispal - CEO, Moonshot / Société Générale
  • Janthana Kaenprakhamroy - Founder & CEO, Tapoly
  • Jean-Charles Velge - Co-Founder, Qover
  • Luigi Telesca - CEO & Co-Founder, Trakti
17:15 - 17:45 30 mins
DELIVERY & EXECUTION OF DIGITAL SERVICES & PRODUCTS
Connected Car and UBI - A Convergence of Technologies

This is a chance for vendors and insurer to think about the customer and how to deliver a product that will stimulate adoption of UBI and the growth of this industry.

  • To better assess the book of business written, and influence the selection and pricing of new risks, or design & market new UBI products, understanding driving behaviour is key. Influencing youthful driver (the future book) by curbing their bad driving early with fact-based coaching, one can also impact loss ratios of the future
  • The role of the ‘vendor’: With limited data means limited loss experience. How can you best leverage vendor programs that pool data from insurance companies to develop credible rates?
  • The future of UBI in the hands of the customer: Stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) needs embedded where gamification and engagement relies on smartphone applications - Identify the customer need and offer the suitable solution
  • Colin Smithers - CEO and Founder, Redtail Telematics
  • Martin Strigac - CEO, Sygic
  • Paul Middle - Global Telematics Partnering Director, RSA
  • Martynas Osauskas - Business Development Manager, Teltonika
  • Moderator: Frederic Bruneteau - Managing Director, Ptolemus Consulting Group
17:45 - 19:15 90 mins
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