Agenda Topics

(The agenda is currently being developed and is subject to change. Time slots and presentation topics are subject to changes upon confirmation of selected speakers and panel expert

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  • 09:00 - 10:15
  • 3
  • Virtual

Inside Tomorrow's Insurer:- Assessing the Business Drivers for industry

Growth in Africa’s insurance will in the years ahead depend on how bold the insurers will innovate to take advantage of the large uninsured population. Key Discussion Points to include: • Global Insights: Trends and their Impact on Africa Markets • Market Growth Catalysts-Re-assessing the outlook for growth potential in key insurance categories

EAT ( GMT+3)
  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

Life & health -Developing and regulating inclusive health insurance

The pandemic has highlighted deep-rooted issues in healthcare infrastructure and health inequities that have existed for many years.. Key Discussion Points to include: Challenges in health insurance management and distribution • How to solve the cost crisis & eliminate waste in health insurance and healthcare • Putting customer’s needs at the heart of healthcare • Linking Insurance plans to wellness programs; reducing claims risk through encouraging healthy lifestyle • Driving excellence through innovative telehealth services

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  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

The Landscape of Inclusive Insurance- Bringing insurance to our communities

Experts say that scalable market-driven solutions in Africa cannot be achieved expect through Inclusive insurance. Hear what our experts have to say on the opportunities and challenges of serving areas historically overlooked; barriers to insurance purchase; the importance of technology and product innovation, and if engaging in these markets affect their “traditional” business operations. Other sessions under the theme 1. Agriculture Insurance Key Discussion Points • Insuring to ensure food security • Achieving Consensus on Climate Risk and Resilience • Implications of weather pattern changes for carriers-Predictive modeling in an ever-changing world 2. The role of Development Finance Institutions in enhancing growth of insurance markets in Africa • Developmental of impact of insurance • How can DFIs enhance growth in underserved insurance markets 3. SME Insurance-Building a comprehensive ecosystem 4. Banc assurance- 5. Unexplored Territory-Accessing the Micro Markets

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  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

Africa Insurance Investment Landscape and the Economic Capital

Join us for a session with top rated analyst who will discuss the key figures, factors and trends that make insurance company a desirable investment especially for PE firms. The session will provide insights on what to expect in terms of premiums vs benefits and investor’s interest vs premium prices. Key Discussion Points • Regulators’ position • Rethinking the investment strategies & industry’s ownership models • Leveraging on Economic Capital

EAT ( GMT+3)
  • 09:00 - 10:15
  • 3
  • Virtual

An integrated Technology- Digital game changers

Insurers are bullish that Technology; cloud-based processes’ AI; Automation; Blockchain and Insure-techs etc will help them realize their business priorities in product innovation and new business processes. But balancing business benefits against increasing risks remain a huge knot to untangle

EAT ( GMT+3)
  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

Disruptive Trends- Disrupting insurance and breaking traditional molds

Building the case for seamless end-to-end digital process with zero human intervention – is this truly achievable for the industry? Key Discussion Points • What nuances of technology and data are charting how insurance products are formulated and offered? • Reaping the benefits from the technological revolution

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  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

The Rise of the Big Data Business

Big data has always been a vital part of the insurance industry. The shift towards digital platforms has opened an even wider door for new sources of information that can be used to derive new risk-related insights. But is this good for the consumer and/or for the underwriter only? Ways in which big data is being leveraged by insurance companies to target their customers. Key Discussion Points • Regulatory issues- Prudence in big data technology • From risk protection to risk prediction and prevention • Understanding the components of a successful enterprise data strategy

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  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

The Future of the workplace & Talent Management

• Remote work- The next generation of employee assistance programs • Actuarial priorities

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  • 10
  • 3
  • Virtual

Known unknowns: The Risks of the Future

This theme will focus on the risk management priorities for the Africa insurance industry Sessions under the theme 1. Fighting Fraud Effectively fighting fraud is a difficult and complex problem to manage. This session will explore fraud in personal-lines insurance; suggest strategies that Africa insurance companies and government can take to fight fraud and the abuse of contracts of insurance 2. Cyber Security As insurance companies migrate toward digital channels to create sticky customer relationships, offer new products, and expand their share of their customer’s financial portfolios, their risk for cyber-attacks has also increased. Key Discussion Points • Today’s evolving threat landscape • Digital innovation

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