The future paths of claims management under debate in Berlin

29 September 2016 — Daniela GHETU
The works of the 3rd Annual Global Claims Management Conference have debuted today in Berlin, Germany, gathering top insurers and insurance brokers, as well as technology providers, legal consultants in a rish debate on the latest trend in the insurance claims management field.

The Conference will put under scrutiny mainly the following topics:
  • Innovation, Technology & Digitalisation of Claims
  • Risk & Fraud Management in Insurance Claims
  • Solvency II: New Regulatory Requirements for Outsourcing
  • Challenges of Self-Driving Vehicles
  • Customer-Centricity
Participants to the conference are invited to get involved in two interesting panels of discussions:

Day 1, September 29th: Profitability versus customer satisfaction

  • Diego ASSEF, Senior Claims Specialist Financial Lines, Allianz, Germany
  • Holger BACKU, Attorney at Law, CEO, InterEurope AG, Germany
  • Calvin BARTEL, Independent Management Consultant and Owner, Bartel Consulting, Germany
  • Boris PERSAK, Senior Specialist for Inquiries and Fraud Investigation, Generali, Slovenia
  • Byron SHEPHERD, Service Delivery Manager - MyLicence & askMID, Motor Insurers' Bureau Group, UK
Day 2, September 30th: Unmanned self-driving vehicles

  • Shima HEYDARI, Senior Manager Financial Serivces Indirect Tax, EY, Netherlands
  • Simeon VLADIMIROV, International Claims Department, Armeec Insurance JSC, Bulgaria
  • Mariusz WICHTOWSKI, President, Polish Motor Insurer's Bureau, Poland
  • Cees WERFF, Founder & CEO at Claims Corporation Network, The Netherlands will chair the conference sessions.
More details are available on the event's website.

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