The Future of Insurance Canada (Nov 3-4, Online) is where CEOs and C-level executives come together to redefine the future of insurance as we know it.
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Emerging risks, shift from risk transfer to loss prevention, cyber, innovative risk solutions, insurtech, risk management landscape of the future, hidden risks of big data, climate change transition risk, global markets update.
How will the risk landscape of the future look like?
With Myanmar’s insurance market finally open to foreign competitors, the country represents an ideal case study on insurance reform and liberalisation to serve the growing needs of the dynamic economy and the role of insurance in today’s era of technology.
The insurance ecosystem is experiencing growth and innovation like never before. Last year alone, US$7 billion was invested in InsurTech which has risen beyond the hype to become a mainstay in the business making heads turn. Some US$75billion is expected to be invested in the next five years as every big investor eyes a slice of the $5trilion global gross premiums. The numbers are big.
With rising runaway healthcare costs exacerbated by tech-driven modern science and medicine, everyone is looking at insurers as the bearer of the last costs with deep pockets. Consumer demand for quality personalised care is growing, cognitive computing and precision medicine are evolving rapidly and big companies who are not in the health space are coming to the fore and accelerating their healthcare strategies.
Brokers have been playing a key role in the insurance value chain since time in memorial though at times unappreciated. In this digital era with InsurTech and the various modes of online distributions, brokers seems further challenged. Some have been talking of disintermediation for almost 30 years now.