Guernsey Insurance Forum

London
05 October 2017
https://www.weareguernsey.com
Join us at the Insurance Forum hosted by Guernsey Finance, where we will discuss Innovation & Evolution.

The event, which takes place at etc.venues 8 Fenchurch Place in London during the afternoon of Thursday 5 October, will feature a keynote speech from cyber expert James Trainor and two panel sessions moderated by Naga Munchetty.

Session 1: creating a suitable environment for Unicorns

  • how US$1 billion companies created

  • what will it take for UK InsurTech to produce a Unicorn?

  • what are the hurdles every start/scale-up must overcome on the way to US$1 billion?

  • is the UK a good incubator or is there a better way?


  • Session 2: insurance’s answer to 21st century megatrends

  • megatrends and what they mean for the 21st century

  • human longevity, big data and urbanisation

  • the role of insurance in the new world

  • opportunities for incumbents and challengers


  • Sponsorship opportunities are available, please contact Vicky Richardson Vicky@weareguernsey.com for more information.
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