The half-day conference will provide debates from key industry figures on regulatory and technology developments in personal and commercial motor insurance, as well as a look to what the future might hold for brokers in a challenging business line
Ageas Retail and Distribution chief executive Mark Cliff is the keynote speaker at the inaugural Insurance Times Broking in the Motor Revolution conference.
The half-day event, held on 11 November at the Royal College of Physicians in London, is aimed specifically at broker leaders involved in personal or commercial motor insurance and is a must-attend conference for anyone in the motor insurance industry.
In his keynote presentation, Cliff will be drawing on his vast insurance experience to talk about how he sees the future of motor insurance developing and the role that brokers will play in a challenging and ever-changing market.
The conference will continue with an overview of recent regulatory developments, such as the Competition and Market’s Authority (CMA) report on the private motor insurance market, as well as what future regulations may come into force and how these will affect brokers operating in the motor arena.
A panel debate will follow, with confirmed speakers including former Sabre chief executive Keith Morris and CMA inquiry director Andrew Wright.
Delegates will also receive an expert update on technology developments (telematics, driverless & connected car technologies, etc) and potential impacts this may have on the business line and a look at how new technology can help the broker of tomorrow. Both commercial and personal lines motor brokers are sure to benefit from an interesting and thorough guide to the latest technology in motor insurance.
A panel session including speakers such as NIG Etrade director broker Jaime Swindle and MoneySuperMarket.com head of insurance Natasha Glasgow will debate this further, as well as what the future will hold for brokers in a market with a strong aggregator presence.
Our expert speakers will also look to the future and discuss how brokers can thrive in a digital world, how to cope with challenging pricing cycles and how businesses must adapt to grow revenues and make money under the burden of intensifying regulation.
This session will also include a live vote for the audience to contribute their views.
A panel including Be Wiser chief executive and chairman Mark Bower-Dyke will then debate these issues and the results of the live audience poll before the conference closes for lunch.
We look forward to seeing you on 11 November.