Oxbow Partners will be moderating a panel at InsureTech Connect on 3/4 October in Las Vegas. InsureTech Connect is the world’s biggest InsurTech conference, with over 3,000 delegates expected this year.
The panel will be at 2pm on 3 October. We’d love to see you in the audience. You can get a discounted ticket here.
The theme is “Hype vs. Impact in InsurTech” and we’ll explore to what extent InsurTech really has the capability to change insurance.
An introduction to our panel is below.
We’ll be in a bar after the day closes if you’d like to follow-up: watch our Twitter feed to find out where (and we’ll update this page).
|Louis Carbonnier, CEO at Euler Hermes Digital Agency website
Euler Hermes is a credit insurer, part of the Allianz Group. The Digital Agency, founded by Louis in 2015, is responsible for innovation, including data proofs of concepts, new business models and cultural change. In its first year of operation it executed 77 proofs of concept - an order of magnitude more than most other insurers.
To find out more read the Oxbow Partners Bitesize profile, and attend the panel.
|Matt Churchill, Head of Hiscox Futures website
Matt heads up a new division within Hiscox UK, looking at innovation and disruptive trends in the insurance and fintech sector. The team builds partnerships with startups who can support in four main areas: intelligent hardware, software, customer relationships and sharing economy. A recently announced partnership is that with Digital Fineprint (Bitesize).
|Andy Rear, CEO Digital Partners at Munich Re
Andy founded Digital Partners in 2016 and has quickly established it as one of the leading insurer propositions for startups anywhere in the world. The business has announced over ten partnerships in its first year of operation. Read more about it on the Munich Re blog or Oxbow Partners Bitesize profile.
|Eric Boyum, Managing Director and National Leader of Aon's Technology and Communications Industry Practice
Eric has been at Aon for over 20 years and has amassed considerable experience in broking and claims, primarily in the technology and telecommunications, life science and retail sectors. Prior to Aon he spent 5 years in brokerage positions in the San Francisco Bay area working with Technology clients.