Icmif Biennial Conference, London

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Sinopsis

ICMIF is the only global representative body of the cooperative and mutual insurance sector. It provides unique services and activities and delivers enduring value to its members which cannot be found elsewhere.

Episodios

  • Serving the insurance needs of a new world of risk

    Serving the insurance needs of a new world of risk

    13/03/2018 Duración: 01h23min

    The third of our podcasts looks at ICMIF’s partnerships with external stakeholders who sit at the highest levels of global debate/influence and includes contributions from representatives from the OECD, World Bank and the United Nations. This podcast features these representatives and a number of ICMIF member CEOs taking part in the “Serving the insurance needs of a new world of risk” session at the ICMIF Biennial Conference (October 2017). Specific issues and possible solutions relating to this “new world of risk” including the protection gap, the Insurance Development Forum (IDF), disaster risk reduction and microinsurance are all discussed in the podcast.

  • Redesigning insurance - technology and innovation

    Redesigning insurance - technology and innovation

    13/12/2017 Duración: 01h25min

    New scalable technology has the potential to revolutionise the entire insurance value chain and bring innovation to the insurance sector, in both advanced and emerging markets. Download and listen to this podcast from the Biennial Conference and learn about the ways in which ICMIF members are leveraging digitalisation within their organisations to introduce cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, Blockchain and the internet of things (IoT).

  • CEO Panel - Key strategies for 2018 and beyond

    CEO Panel - Key strategies for 2018 and beyond

    13/12/2017 Duración: 01h24min

    Following demand from a number of members ICMIF has created its first-ever podcasts. The first podcast features a full CEO panel discussion session from the Biennial Conference in October. The session is entitled “Key strategies for 2018 and beyond” and features a panel of CEOs discussing future strategies for cooperative and mutual insurers and considering the implications of a “redesigned” insurance industry and the role our sector should play.