Register now at the 5th Insurance Claims & Underwriting Management Summit 2018!

Technology, improved claims and underwriting processes customer service, as well as fraud and litigation in the insurance industry are just a few of the topics analyzed during Asia's leading 5th Insurance Claims & Underwriting Management Summit.

Taking place between 6-9 February 2018, the 5th Insurance Claims & Underwriting Summit 2018 will represent a premier networking and learning platform in Asia for all insurance & reinsurance companies to discuss and share insightful experiences in implementing successful cost-saving business planning and continuous monitoring of underwriting & claim performance versus agreed target, utilizing new technology in underwriting and claim function including quotation to maximize customer experience as well as learning best practices in analysing underwriting data and claim procedures to avoid business loss. The event is organized by Equip Global and supported by XPRIMM Publications as Media Partner.

On 6 February 2018, the pre-summit workshops will take place, being followed by the main conference, organized between 7 and8 February 2018, as well as the post-summit workshops, taking placeon 9 February 2018.

The participants will have four key benefits:
  • Understanding how Latest Technologies/System minimizing underwriting turnaround time, creating personalized insurance protection scheme, establishing fast claim settlement plans, managing risks better to address frauds, and discovering tools that are designed to fully optimize the underwriting process
  • Identifying how they can overcome challenges associated with complex claim cases, failures in fraud investigation, lack of skilled underwriters/claim professionals, unhealthy underwriting premium mechanism among insurers from our Expert Speakers from Life/Health/General Insurance Business Unit
  • Tackling critical issues on how effective claims & underwriting management maximizing business profit and enhancing process efficiency, cutting the cost of insurance claim and avoiding huge claim by understanding the role of underwriting decision
  • Recognizing market trends of the industry through exclusive panel discussions: Understanding best practices, how things have changed, and big moves on the horizon for all pre-to-post matters related to claims and underwriting management
For online registration, click here! For more details about the event, send an email to

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