2018 Executive Forum

ICEF2018: “The Digital Future of Insurance: Is Risk Passé?”

Tuesday, August 28, 2018, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

What happens without risk?

What would happen if insurable risks were lowered significantly or eliminated completely? Could digital risk management reduce claims’ impact dramatically, possibly approaching zero?

Consider that:

  • Automobiles are moving toward partial or full autonomy, replacing risk with analytics.
  • Smart Homes will detect and remediate water, smoke, and fire.
  • Artificial Intelligence would take control of cyber risk detection and elimination.
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) will deploy millions of devices to manage, and eliminate multi-faceted exposures.
  • The average human life span continues to increase. Is physical immortality possible?

In short, the insurance model turns from remediation to risk elimination.

Presentations from thought-leaders, including ...

The 7 Deadly Sins of Insurance
Rob Galbraith, Director - Underwriting Research, USAA

  • Learn how the “7 deadly sins of insurance” create unprecedented market threats – and opportunities – that will fundamentally and permanently alter the P&C insurance world as we know it.

Who Should Attend?

This event will provide significant insights for:

  • CEOs and COOs, to understand business model implications;
  • CIOs, CFOs, CROs, for planning, prioritization, and risk/disruption management;
  • Underwriting, claims, and actuarial officers, for quantification of impacts;
  • Marketing officers, for planning segmentation, targeting and digital/engagement strategies;
  • Broker principals and partners, for strategic and operational planning.

Schedule & Location

8:30am - 6:00pm, Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Registration and continental breakfast open at 7:45
The day will conclude with a networking reception 4:30-6:00

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Dominion Ballroom, 2nd Floor

RIBO Credit

Brokers:

  • We have requested RIBO CE accreditation for this event.
  • We won't know the specifics of credits until after the event.
  • The 2017 Executive Forum was accredited for 6.0 hours of Continuing Education credit in the Management category.