Hosted by State Farm Insurance, 21-23 October 2019, Washington, DC
By managing risk in areas like artificial intelligence (AI) and the sharing economy, insurers are fulfilling their role of reducing barriers to innovation and growth and allowing tools and services to come to market that benefit the public.
Insurance products should be adapted to reflect new risk profiles and appetites. Collaboration and agility will be essential for effective underwriting and claims. Insurers should build bridges internally as well as with clients to help make up for shortfalls in data and experience. Government bodies should prioritise unified insurance and legislative approaches and improve coordination across jurisdictions.
The Geneva Association’s 15th Annual Liability Conference on ‘Consumer Litigation in the Digital Age’, held 21-23 October 2019 and hosted by State Farm Insurance in Washington, D.C., brought together experts from insurance and other industries to discuss these topics in depth.
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Jad Ariss, Managing Director of The Geneva Association, gives the welcome address