Breakfast briefing | 29th September | 08:00 - 10:00 | The Gherkin, London
Overcoming the operational, data and technology challenges to enable your digital strategy
More and more of London’s premium is being placed electronically – Lloyd’s has set a target for both electronic placements and quote responses.
This electronically placed business will be available on an ever increasing number of different platforms, resulting in underwriters having to log into (and understand) multiple systems and creating friction in the flow of data flow from these disparate systems into internal systems eg – Policy Administration Systems, pricing tools and data warehouses.
What will be the impact on the lead / follow market of an increasing number of algorithmic follow only underwriters?
The key challenge is how you do you connect to different placing systems to provide a single underwriter view from which to assess and manage your risks?
Attend this breakfast briefing to:
08:00 Registration, tea and coffee
08.15 Breakfast of your choice with views over the city
08.40 Introduction by the chair
Leveraging digital to transform London market underwriting
Creating a culture of innovation to overcome the business challenges of tomorrow
Developing a clear data and technology strategy that will improve client outcomes
Building the capabilities needed to successful enable digital transformation
09.05 Roundtable discussions and feedback
Web Connectivity Limited (WCL) provides business solutions to insurance organisations looking to transform their operations using structured data. WCL supports:
- Placing including SDC and PPL integration
- Accounting and Settlement (EBOT)
- Claims (ECOT and Writeback)
We are the leading ACORD Messaging Gateway provider in the London market and allow organisations to streamline processes by automating the electronic transfer of data and documents between brokers and carriers, thereby improving client service, increasing process efficiency and reducing cost.
Our client list includes over 90 insurance organisations: the majority of Lloyd’s Managing Agents, the world’s largest broking and carrier firms and we have live implementations in London, Bermuda, the US and Asia.
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