Asia: CEOs face crossroads in corporate evolution
Source: Asia Insurance Review | Jan 2017
72% of top executives globally believe the next three years will be more critical to their industry than the previous 50, according to a survey of CEOs across various industries undertaken by KPMG. While a further four-in-10 CEOs say they are pinning their prospects on significantly transforming their operating model over the next three years, up 12% from the previous survey.
This shows that CEOs are finding themselves leading organisations at a critical juncture, meaning the decisions they make now will have a significant impact on their company’s ability to survive and thrive in the foreseeable future.
In light of these facts, the 17th Asia CEO Insurance Summit, co-organised by Asia Insurance Review and The Geneva Association on 21-22 February, will be about getting insurance CEOs to get ahead of the dynamic evolution of technology and disruptive changes that is transforming the insurance industry on its heels. Amid the “chaos” faced by CEOs, the Summit will bring some order and help executives organise the disruptive and innovative chaos around them.
The annual marquee event in the Asian insurance calendar will give CEOs strategic tips on staying alive, increasing their company’s relevance to customers and being a game changer in the market.
There will also be several Executive Panels including CEO Winners as well as regulators to sharpen the dialogue between the two groups to get the much-needed order back into the insurance industry.