"The Future of General Insurance in Africa Summit and Expo" focuses on the business potential of the African insurance market

The general insurance market in Africa has experienced rapid changes in recent times, offering an increasingly attractive business environment for the insurance companies. "The Future of General Insurance in Africa Summit and Expo" offers a comprehensive view of this local insurance segment and its potential for the international players. The event will focus on the opportunities this market it holds and what insurers can anticipate and utilize to better manage their businesses and operations. The Summit is organized by LCI - LANDSBERG Communications International. XPRIMM Publications support the event as Media Partner.

The event's agenda seeks to address the most urgent and complex challenges impacting the industry. Experienced local and international speakers from the industry will define the most pressing challenges and seek the most suitable solutions to addressing the issues. The discussions will explore what the future holds for general insurers, from risks to opportunities and how best insurance professionals can harness this insight to build robust operations and navigate their growth in the future of general insurance in Africa.

The main subjects debated during the first day of the Summit will include:
  • Market outlook and core insurance strategies for general insurance in Africa
  • Regulatory challenges and opportunities in general insurance
  • Optimizing big data and analytics for business growth in short term lines
  • Building operational effectiveness to drive operational excellence
The second day discussions will focus on the following issues:
  • Managing insurance fraud and fraud risk in general insurance
  • Driving customer centricity and improving customer experience and satisfaction
  • Distribution strategies in a changing general insurance market space
  • Product innovation strategies for diverse general insurance customers
The conference is dedicated to CEOs, directors, executive and managers, Heads of Actuarial, Claims, Policy Administration, Product Development, Customer Centricity, Forensics/ Fraud, HR, Learning and Development, Business Intelligence, Sales and Marketing departments, as well as Business Analysts and other specialists interested in the African general insurance market.

"The Future of General Insurance in Africa Summit and Expo" takes place between the 23rd and the 24th of April 2015 in Hilton Hotel Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. For more details regarding the event, access the official website.

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