Start time: 10.00 am
End time: 11.30 am
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Health Incentives through Wearables
In advance of this session you are required to watch this recording: https://youtu.be/aCvVa_QN6ds
In this short video Mandy will introduce ReMark’s key InsurTech solutions, share key highlights of our annual consumer study in light of covid19, and a real life case on BAM (Biological Age Model) implemented with a life insurer. This elaborates how dynamic and ongoing UW innovation could look like, but also added by an appealing consumer App called GoodLife.
Mandy Luo will then join this webinar for a live Q&A.
Underwriting – the simmering revolution
Many have been talking about radical changes to risk selection for several years now, but has revolutionary change really happened at all? John will walk us through the anticipated changes, and discuss what happened: expectation versus reality, and why, and then try and predict the future of underwriting in both the near and distant future.
Mandy is the Chief Actuary and Data Scientist of ReMark, a full SCOR company headquartered in Amsterdam. She is an FSA and SAS certified Predictive Modeler. She started her actuarial career with AIA in Singapore, followed by Munich Re in Beijing and Munich, before moving to ReMark in 2013. Mandy is an advocate of healthy and active living who decided to stick to 10k steps a day despite covid19.
John has been with Swiss Re based in Zurich for the past 19 years, where he is Head of L&H Underwriting Propositions. In this role, he helps insurance companies to reinvent their own customer onboarding journeys to take advantage of new forms of data, technology and distribution. He has a strong interest in simplification, new product development, morbidity products, enhancing the insurability of lives with medical impairments, and risk selection related regulatory engagement. Prior to joining Swiss Re, John worked for Gen Re in Germany and Allied Dunbar and Friends Provident in the UK.