KPMG Insurance Industry Conference 2021
What Happens Now?
What Happens Now?
The majority (96%) of global insurance CEOs who participated in the 2021 KPMG CEO Outlook survey indicated that the pandemic has accelerated the progress in the digitization of operations and the creation of a next-generation operating model.
Digital leaders are innovating with automation, self-service customer experiences, and new technologies.
Solving complex business problems, modernizing operations, empowering employees, and enhancing the client experience
Tune in to our discussions with KPMG advisors on some of the top issues facing the insurance industry today and into the future.
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Oversight in tumultuous times
While the insurance industry has been able to stay well capitalized through the initial shock of 2020, the year’s events will have a lasting effect.
Ed Chanda, National Insurance Sector Leader, and Gary Plotkin, National Insurance Consulting Leader, KPMG US, discuss challenges and impacts insurers face when restarting their operations and returning their workforce to the workplace.
COVID-19: Financial impact considerations in property and casualty insurance
While it is tempting to fear the worst during the COVID-19 outbreak, we believe there is a case to be made for optimism in insurance.
Identification of potential COVID-19 insurance policy exposures
Matthew McCorry, Insurance Advisory Leader, KPMG US, and Rebecca Stockley, Managing Director, Advisory, discuss workforce challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic creates.
Laura Gray, National Actuarial Network Leader, and Phil Jacobs, National Insurance Tax Leader, KPMG US, discuss capital and solvency challenges for insurers.
Ram Menon, Insurance Deal Advisory Leader, discusses the merger and acquisition (M&A) landscape for the Insurance sector amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Matt McCorry, National Insurance Advisory Leader, and Melanie Henderson, Strategy Advisory Principal, KPMG US, discuss considerations for growth and potential opportunities for insurers.
Gary Plotkin, National Insurance Consulting Leader, and Scott Shapiro, National Insurance Operations Leader, KPMG US, share observations about insurance operations and technology and considerations for insurers.
Ed Chanda, National Insurance Sector Leader, and Chris Nyce, Actuarial Advisory Principal, KPMG US: How should the industry respond?