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The Moderators

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Pitney Bowes is partnering with us to bring you the ‘Risk Intelligence Roundtable’ where they will facilitate the discussions around developing risk management strategies! We have chosen them as our Roundtable moderator due to their plethora of experience in working with global insurance companies. 

12 Senior Executives

3 Hours

December 5th, 2019

What to Expect at the Roundtable

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This invite-only Roundtable is positioned to bring 12 thought-leading executives together to work through the key challenges surrounding risk intelligence.

Deployment of robust digital transformation initiatives is now imperative for P&C insurers. With risk and pricing strategies being fuelled with talk of AI and IoT enriched applications, the critical enabler to these initiatives continues to be data. More specifically location data. Those who win will be those whose location data can be operationalized.

Currently, there is an issue whereby location data isn't being utilized effectively,  causing insurers to gauge risk imprecisely—sometimes to a dramatic degree. As well as the challenge of IT departments trying to manage growing mounds of data and reacting quickly to their organizations’ needs. Taken together, there’s a risk management gap confounding insurers and the organizations that are their customers.

Consistency and accuracy: Creating a consistent and accurate single view of risk. With the constant pressure of avoiding overexposure and accumulation – there needs to be a better understanding of what can be done to ensure losses can be turned into wins with regards to consistently betting against the big risks and providing a clearly communicated understanding of those risks.

Operationalize: Resolving core challenges with utilizing location data across the enterprise. Insurance companies today have more location-based data available to them than ever — yet operationalizing that data across the enterprise remains a significant challenge. Being able to access accurate address data and then being able to append context to that address is crucial to turning losses around as well as to being able to communicate accumulations of risks within an insurer.

Analyze: Using location data with advanced analytics and AI to impact the future of underwriting. The remit of the underwriting role varies between insurers and the technological maturity of the insurer is influential in this. One thing is for sure, the need to be multi-talented from pricing adequacy to portfolio steering means new predictive technologies and pre-packaged, but flexible analytics applications, especially for the mid-tier, can enable the underwriter to be competitive and drive down loss ratios.

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Why Invest your Time?

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The best of the best

Our CDAO Roundtables are invitation-only meaning that you only meet with your most senior peers. 

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Learn & Share

Our facilitated discussion format enables you to hear from experts on the hottest topics, as well as share your own innovation stories. 

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Time well spent

We know that time out of the office is valuable, which is why our roundtables are just 3 hours long with networking & discussions packed in. 

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Sit back and enjoy

Whether it's a breakfast, lunch or dinner, our roundtables include fine dining and drinks in a private and intimate setting.

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Complimentary

Best of all, in order to best bring together the brightest minds, our roundtables are completely free-of-charge to attend.

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Practical takeaways

Our roundtables are designed to ensure you go home with practical solutions to your biggest problems.

What people are saying

  • "The CDAO Roundtable, Boston, and others like it, accomplish the hugely important goal of providing an open and professional platform for industry peers to share experience and guidance on the emergence of enterprise data science. In 90 minutes, professionals from publishing, education, health, and financial services with varying backgrounds held a very productive discussion on common challenges and opportunities, including strategies to monetize enterprise and third-party data, where to find and how to grow the best talent sources, and data model governance. Excellent way to send a few hours...”

    Michael Versace, Digital Strategy, Global Research, IDC

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Our Roundtables are strictly invitation-only. Please apply to attend, and your application will be reviewed.
 
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