News Non-Life24 Oct 2018

Asia:Sharpen your edge through claims management in a disrupted and automated market!

| 24 Oct 2018

From Nat CATS which have cost one reinsurer and an insurer over $1bn of losses each in 3Q2018 alone, to a Southeast Asian city state raising the red flag over motor insurance claims which have soared to the point that underwriting profitability has plunged, the recent state of claims and digital disruption in the market have been worrying for many in the region.

It is time to win the game through claims management and not be cowed the moment combined ratios rise above 100.

The upcoming Asia Summit on Claims Management in a Disrupted and Automated World will help you do just that!

To be held on 19 & 20 November 2018 in Singapore, the summit will tackle the twin challenges of efficient underwriting and effective claims management, while also showcasing new claims tools and forensic accounting—for fraud cannot be ruled out despite one’s belief in the best of human nature.

The theme of the summit is “Superior Claims Handling Through Efficient Underwriting as the Future of Insurance”.

Hear from speakers including insurers, reinsurers, consultants and InsurTechs looking at how new technologies and Artificial Intelligence will transform the future of claims management as well as from expert panels on claims management and digital underwriting.

Join our experts as they share practical case studies and insights, to see how customers and insurers can look at a win-win outcome when disaster strikes. This must-attend conference will help you stay relevant with tips on best practices in claims management.

Register now! The latest lineup of programme and speakers can be found here:


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