Technology innovation is driving huge change across the insurance industry. From customer experience, AI, chatbots, machine learning, through to leveraging cloud computing. This combined with the need to deliver IFRS17 means now is the time to dramatically reimagine the back-office – the change for insurers, their employees and their customers will be transformational.
Join Legerity and a panel of experts as we discuss how firms are staying competitive through innovation, both globally and locally, and how to achieve IFRS17 compliance with game-changing business benefits.
The agenda will cover:
– What are the business/industry drivers and why?
– What are the technology trends and functions/areas that are being innovated – and with what?
– What are the implications for IFRS17?
– Can firms change if the Insurance Industry doesn’t?
– Adoption & barriers to innovation
– Top tips and advice
On the Panel:
JEREMY WOOD – CEO and FOUNDER, LEGERITY
Jeremy has over 25 years’ experience in finance system and accounting rules technology. Legerity are the specialists in IFRS accounting change. Their FastPost CSM and Accounting Rules Engine allows the rapid adoption of the new IFRS17 standards for Insurance Accounting with minimum disruption.
MARK MILLER – IFRS GLOBAL LEAD, LEGERITY
Mark is a qualified accountant (ACA) with over 20 years of experience of finance change programs. He has been involved in multiple accounting and IFRS implementations and is the global lead at Legerity for IFRS9, 15, 16 and 17 programs.
DECLAN O’ROURKE – GENERAL MANAGER, IRELAND, AIG
Declan has worked at AIG since 1993 in various roles based in London, New York and Dublin. He has a wide range of management experience at AIG in audit, finance, financial lines insurance, commercial lines insurance, distribution and general management.
BRIAN MORRISSEY – HEAD OF INSURANCE, KPMG
Brian is head of KPMG’s insurance practice in Ireland. He has developed a successful actuarial advisory practice focusing on all aspects of life/ non-life insurance and reinsurance and the corporate pensions sector. He currently acts in statutory actuarial roles in Ireland, Isle of Man and Bermuda. His principal area of focus is on financial and regulatory reporting.
Dublin born Mike has spent a 25+ year career working at the sharp end of finance, technology and media globally, based in Asia, the US and Europe. Mike founded ditto in 2008, an award-winning marketing, communication and business strategy practice dedicated to FinTech. In 2016, Mike co-founded RegTech Forum – the largest community of regulated firms, RegTech providers and investors in the market.
Date: 10am UK / 11am Europe on 15th May 2019
Duration: 45 minutes
Attendees: Finance, Actuarial, Risk, IT
We look forward to meeting you.