Michael Cook and William Connor, PwC - Michael Tripp, Institute of Actuaries
Please join us on Monday 6 February 2017 for the first iNED Forum of 2017
Why NEDs need to understand disruptive or enabling technology
In today’s fast developing world, insurance businesses need to understand how the latest technology can help them. But can it be a hindrance too? Will it enable new processes or simply disrupt traditional ways of working? What are the challenges and opportunities offered by recent technological advances? How can the data they produce be harnessed to improve performance? The first iNED Forum of 2017 will seek to address these questions.
Michael Cook and William Connor: PwC
Michael Tripp: Institute of Actuaries (MAID project)
- Block-chain technology: What is it? How does it work?
- What is its value?
- Robotic process automation (RPA): What place do robots have in insurance?
- Predictive analytics: An explanation of the “Modelling, Analytics and Insights from Data” research project undertaken by the Institute of Actuaries.
3:30 pm Delegate Registration
4:00 pm Presentation
5:45 pm Post Forum networking
Venue: Insurance Hall, 20 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HY
Booking fee: £40 (including VAT)
This iNED Forum is open to insurance Non-executive Directors (iNEDS), aspiring iNEDS, Company Secretaries, Compliance staff and all those involved with corporate governance in the insurance sector. There is no requirement for delegates to be members of the Worshipful Company of Insurers.
This iNED Forum qualifies for 1.5 hours CII CPD