About the 2018 Forum

Thomson Reuters Practical Law is delighted to host the 5th Annual Insurance Law Forum.

Now, more than ever, is technology changing the way we do business. From using AI and machine learning for automation, to the rise of InsurTech, we need to prepare ourselves for the imminent future. The Insurance industry is quickly evolving and, with it, the way we handle issues, mitigate risk, deal with crisis, and work with our customers.

During this one day forum, we will look at ways technology and other important factors will impact our work in the coming years.

Key themes of the day are likely to include:

  • Transparency in Insurance renewals and preparing for changes in consumer behaviour
  • Innovation strategy and what to expect in years to come
  • Data portability and the rights to transfer data
  • Cyber security and crisis management
  • Updates on SMCR for the Insurance industry
  • The rise of InsurTech: What to know and how to prepare

We asked our delegates what they most enjoyed about the 2017 Forum, here’s what they said:

“Julian A.P Enoizi’s session, very wide ranging and sparked some thoughts to take back to my own business”

– Carl Blake, Head of Legal, Bupa Global Market Unit


“Infotech discussion and the role of the lawyer in insurance”

– Robert McNally, Director, Intelligent Real Estate Due Diligence

To view the 2017 website, including the agenda, speakers, sponsors and more please click here.

2017 delegates included:

  • Ageas (UK)
  • AON Risk UK
  • Assurant
  • AXA Partners
  • Barclay Simpson
  • British Gas
  • Cardif Pinnacle
  • Chubb
  • Cigna Insurance Services
  • Clifford Chance
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • Ecclesiastical Insurance Office
  • esure
  • FM Global
  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • Hogan Lovells International
  • Holman Fenwick Willan
  • Intelligent Real Estate Due Diligence
  • L&G
  • Linklaters
  • MetLife
  • Miller
  • MS Amlin Legal
  • Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Phoenix Group
  • Royal London
  • SCOR Global Life Reinsurance Ireland
  • Tokio Marine Kiln Group