Protection Review Conference – 11 July 2019
“A Collaborative State of Mind”
Landmark Hotel, London www.landmarklondon.co.uk
Session One: Mental Health & Underwriting
Our guest chairs for this session are Karin Lloyd, our 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award winner who has vast experience across claims and underwriting, and Kathryn Knowles of Cura, an independent protection adviser who has often spoken about mental health. They’ll be looking at “Mental Health and Underwriting” and discussing how the industry can improve access to insurance and how can we get more people covered.
Mark Twigg from Cicero will be sharing his personal experiences and thoughts for the industry as an ambassador for mental health in the workplace, Yvonne Braun from the ABI will talk about inclusion, access to insurance and how insurers are moving forward, and LV= and Square Health will be considering how technology can help with underwriting and claims.
Once we’ve heard from our speakers our panellists, who include Andrew Wibberley from Alea Risk and The Telegraph’s Laura Miller will further explore the issues of mental health and insurance.
Session Two: Hot Topics
Chaired by Roger Edwards, this session will consider the hottest issues facing protection in 2019.
We’ll hear from AML, an award-winning advertising agency, on how the changing digital advertising landscape is offering new ways to change consumer behaviour in vital, but complex, sectors like protection. Medical Solutions will present their ideas on how insurers can rise to the challenges of a changing customer base whilst ensuring customers are engaged and realise the value of added value services.
Our panel debate will include contributions from last year’s winner of the Young Achiever award, Mollie Burdge from Futureproof, iPipeline, Andy Watts of Liss EXL and Gen Re.
Session Three: “Two Become One: Group and Individual Protection”
For the afternoon session, Roy McLoughlin from Cavendish Ware will be taking to the stage as guest chair looking at opportunities for greater collaboration between the group and individual markets.
Canada Life will consider the need for protection and how support services can add value to the proposition in both Group and Individual markets. AIG/Ellipse will consider opportunities for growth in the Group and individual markets presented by technology.
Our panellists for this session include: Met Life, Katharine Moxham from GRiD, Ron Wheatcroft from Swiss Re and John Greenwood from Corporate Adviser.
The event takes place at the London Landmark hotel 222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQ . On the day registration will open from 8.30am for a 9am start.
To register to attend the event, people should email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and quote PIMFA