2015 Executive Forum Presentation Topics
ICEF2015: “Emerging Threats and Opportunities”
Held Monday, August 31, 2015, at the Toronto Sheraton Centre
ICEF2016 will be held August 30, 2016, at the Toronto Sheraton Centre.
At this forum for P&C insurance executives, presentations and discussions will address the threats and opportunities facing the Canadian P&C industry.
The threats are unprecedented – many from technology-driven forces: new competitors/distributors, more sophisticated consumers, aging/inflexible production systems, and more. But at the same time, technology offers new opportunities to assess, manage, price, and underwrite existing risk more effectively; to identify new risks and develop new products more rapidly; and to distribute solutions more efficiently.
Hear from panelists and presenters how your business will be affected by the ongoing evolution. Learn from the experts and discuss with your peers. Brokers: The forum has been approved for six hours of RIBO continuing education credits in the Management category.
|8:40||Keynote: “Disruption, Consumers & Technology”|
Sharon Ludlow, Aviva Canada
|9:20||“The Evolving Specialty Channel”|
Drew Collins, Totten Insurance Group (moderator)
|10:30||“Distinctive Analytics Supporting Data-First Enterprises”|
Cindy Maike, Hortonworks
Greg Purdy, Pathway Partners
|11:10||“Automotive Technology, Transformation and Risk: What Would Henry Do?”|
Catherine Kargas, MARCON (moderator)
|12:45||“Cyber Insurance: The Shape of Risks to Come”|
Andrew Bourne, BDO Canada
Eileen Greene, Hub International
|1:10||“The Intelligent Machine”|
Mike Fitzgerald, Celent
|1:35||“Cognitive Computing, Watson, and Insurance”|
Anwar Haneef, IBM Watson
|2:00||“Will Cognitive Computing Influence Insurance?”|
Doug Grant, Insurance-Canada.ca (moderator)
Patrick Vice, Insurance-Canada.ca (moderator)
|3:25||“The Looming Componentization of Insurance – Debate!”|
Scott Bielby, CGI (moderator)
|4:15||Closing summary & discussion|
Presentations and Panels
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ICEF2015 will feature abundant food for thought and incorporate numerous opinions shared – all useful input and fair game for good planning. Register today.