The Race to Zero: Automating Small Commercial Underwriting
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Time: 2 pm ET | 11 am PT
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Insurers must meet the twin challenges of speed and accuracy – underwriters need reliable data, but agents and customers want things fast. To automate underwriting effectively in the small commercial market, insurers must leverage solid data and analytics quickly, at scale, and without compromising underwriting guidelines.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn how using automated underwriting can improve customer and agent experience. You’ll leave understanding how to:
- Cut through the noise in a world full of data to achieve success in the race to zero
- Leverage insurance-based best practices to reduce the number of application questions
- Increase the straight-through processing rate of small business insureds
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Tracey Waller | Product Director, Small Commercial Underwriting for ISO| A Verisk Business
Tracey Waller is Product Director, Small Commercial Underwriting for ISO. She is responsible for the strategy, management, and development of ISO’s small commercial and casualty underwriting products. Prior to her current role, Tracey handled coverage product development for the general liability, umbrella/excess, home healthcare, and medical professional liability lines of business at ISO. She was also involved in developing drone coverage options for ISO general liability and umbrella/excess programs. Tracey holds a master of business administration degree from Saint Peter’s University and a bachelor of fine arts degree from Rutgers University. She has earned the designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). She joined ISO in 2008.
Othman Loudghiri| Product Manager, Small Commercial Underwriting for ISO| A Verisk Business
Othman Loudghiri is Product Manager, Small Commercial Underwriting for ISO. He is responsible for developing innovative solutions to help property/casualty insurers expand and better serve the small and mid-size commercial markets. Before joining Verisk, Othman served in several capacities at AIG across personal and commercial lines (domestic and international) with an emphasis on product strategy, client engagement and operational excellence. During his tenure at AIG, Othman served as a lead role in the build out of an Insure-Tech venture focused on the SME Segment. Othman holds a bachelor’s degree from Jefferson University (previously Philadelphia University) with a dual major in Finance/Management Information Systems. He is fluent in French and Arabic.