EVENT

September 10 - 11, 2019

KPMG’s 31st Annual Insurance Industry Conference

New York Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway | New York, NY | New York, NY

  • Overview
  • Past Conference Highlights
  • Top insurance trends from KPMG innovation labs

Overview

Insurers continue to focus on growth and meeting customer demands as technology, industry newcomers, and innovation impact their business model. These issues, and many more, are pushing insurers to embrace new ways of thinking.

KPMG’s Annual Insurance Industry Conference, to be held on September 10–11 at the New York Marriott Marquis, will bring together senior insurance executives and thought leaders to discuss these issues. We will hear from industry leaders on issues impacting insurance companies, including the effects of the digital economy, the changing workforce, and what’s next in U.S. tax reform for our sector.

Please plan to join us for a series of dynamic debates and discussions as we anticipate another thought-provoking, do-not-miss industry event.

Dates and venue

This intensive day-and-a-half program consists of general sessions, breakout discussions, and keynote presentations by distinguished leaders.

Day 1: Tuesday, September 10

Day 2: Wednesday, September 11

Location

New York Marriott Marquis

1535 Broadway, New York, New York 10036 USA

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Who should attend

  • Industry C-Suite executives
  • Board members
  • Strategy and operations leaders
  • Business unit leaders
  • Financial and accounting senior management
  • Risk and compliance executives

Additional details or questions

For additional questions, please email lmunier@kpmg.com

 

 

Past Conference Highlights

 

The Future is Already Here

A look at the future of the insurance industry and the changing customer demographic. Autonomous vehicles, mobility service industry advancements, drones, nanotechnology, and advancements in medical technologies will all change the landscape of the insurance industry in the future.

 

Change is the New Normal

A look back at the past 30 years in insurance and how the insurance industry has evolved. The insurance industry needs to continue its newfound culture of innovation. Humans and machines will interact in ways unimagined 30 years ago.

Top insurance trends from KPMG innovation labs

Evolving distribution channel

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Technology innovation

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Platform business models

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