Mobility Changes Are Here, Is Your Insurance Business Model Prepared?
Date: Thursday, August 8, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT |11 a.m. PDT
The growing advent of autonomous vehicle capabilities and multi-modal transport is becoming more mainstream, and as a result, auto insurers are facing major challenges and working to answer complex questions. Insurers can prepare for this shift in the mobility ecosystem by leveraging continuous telematics connections to build customized, relevant offerings. Doing so will set them up to price these new risk gaps as they emerge.
Join this complimentary webcast to hear experts in the field talk through mobility trends and how they impact P&C carriers’ book of business.
You’ll learn how to…
- Identify the data needed to assess individual user risk to provide proper coverage at the right price
- Address the future fluidity of insurance policies
- Prepare and adapt your business to mobility trends
|Katie DeGraaf oversees Product Management for the Mobility Intelligence team at Arity, including the development and recommendations of new techniques and processes to build innovative solutions for Arity’s Insurance customers. Before joining Arity, DeGraaf spent more than a decade at Willis Towers Watson where she played a key role in launching its telematics rating solution, DriveAbility. Katie has a deep passion for telematics and has spoken on the subject across the globe. She also serves on the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies Personal Lines Conference Planning Committee and is a mentor for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation.|
|Robin Harbage is an insurance industry expert with more than 30 years experience as a chief actuary, insurance product manager, and general manager overseeing pricing, marketing, and product development across multiple states for top tier insurance carriers. As a director at Willis Towers Watson, he developed and launched successful insurance programs for more than 60 carriers. Retired in 2017, he now provides independent consultation and advice. Opinions expressed in this article are his own.|