New Technologies-Risks and Opportunities for Insurance

Jul 31

New Technologies-Risks and Opportunities for Insurance

Jul 31 2018 - Jul 31 2019

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New Technologies—Risks and Opportunities for Insurance

Wednesday, July 31, 2019  10:00 am Eastern

Presented by Risk Management and International Insurance Interest Groups and Lloyd’s of London

What it’s about:
New technologies such as artificial intelligence, collaborative robots, virtual reality and the Internet of Things are transforming society by connecting devices, processing data and merging physical and cyber worlds. Meanwhile, insurers are leveraging these technologies to improve processes, increase efficiency and create new products. This webinar by Lloyd’s of London will highlight how risks are changing and what the implications are for insurers.

At the end of this webinar, active attendees will understand:

  • How new technologies are changing, exacerbating, eliminating or creating risks for insurers
  • The impact of new technologies on insurance operations, classes and product development
  • Potential exposures across different industry sectors

Who should attend:
Underwriters, exposure managers, risk analysts and managers, business development managers, brokers and actuaries would all benefit from attending this webinar.


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CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $79

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CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $189

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Trevor Maynard

Trevor Maynard PhD, MSc, FIA has degrees in pure maths and statistics and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. He is the Head of Innovation at Lloyd’s. Subjects covered in recent years include: the economic and social implications of a food system shock; the effects of cyber-attacks on the US energy grid and an exploration of aggregation modelling methods for liability risks. He is co-chairman of OASIS, an open modelling platform for catastrophe models and sits on the Board of the Lighthill Risk Network.


Anna Bordon

Anna Bordon, MSc, BA is an Associate in the Innovation team at Lloyd’s where she supports the development and implementation of the innovation and research plans in line with Lloyd’s strategy. Her focus is on innovation and emerging risks with the aim to inform the Lloyd’s market of business and product development opportunities. Subjects covered in recent years include: new technologies, the sharing economy and cyber scenarios. Prior to her current role, Anna worked for the Principle for Responsible Investment Initiative where she the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors financial analysis and products.



Lucy Stanbrough

Lucy Stanbrough MSc, BSc, is an Associate in the Innovation team at Lloyd’s. Subjects covered in recent years include: cyber scenarios; future city resilience; and disaster risk finance. Prior to joining Lloyd’s, she worked for over 10 years as a natural hazards and GIS consultant, alongside working at the UCL Hazard Centre. Lucy has contributed to a number of books on the use of technology and online systems pre, during, and post-disaster. She maintains an interest in the integration of scientific knowledge to business applications, and connecting knowledge to people, and people to knowledge.

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