Accelerate, Reflect, Act, Collaborate
Delivering the Practicalities of Blockchain Implementation
Blockchain for Insurance: Real-World Application remains the only independent platform bringing together all of the major stakeholders involved in advancing blockchain across the insurance value chain. This is an event focused 100% on business adoption, uniquely focused on insurance, with an absolute focus on practical guidance.
The timing has never been more important. Whilst there remains a commitment to get blockchain out of the lab and into business, there is no doubt that the industry is facing a period of inertia. With the complexities of collaboration and the specificities of the technology, the road to benefits realisation is not going to be quick or easy. Now is the time for the industry to gather together and harness our shared learning and expertise to re-galvanise our efforts and build a path to success.
Join us this June to benchmark your progress in blockchain, hear how others are overcoming common obstacles, walk away with new ideas and insights to re-engage the business.
World-Class Speaker Faculty
Director, Senior Economist & InsurTech Innovation Leader EMEA
Willis Towers Watson
Business Development Lead – Distributed Ledger Technologies & Director – Finance Reinsurance
Principal Insurance Risk Officer
Global Head of Insurance
AXA XL, a division of AXA
Hear What Our Customers Say
"The first blockchain for insurance summit was as complete in insurance industry representation as it was in drawing in the most serious blockchain and digital transformation leaders in the field. If there is one event to attend to get past the technology hype and to the real world applications of blockchain in insurance, this is it."
Dante Disparte, CEO & Founder, Risk Cooperative
"Blockchain for Insurance: Real-World Application was a great opportunity to catch up and discuss our latest advances in an area that is highly specialized and moving forward very quickly."
Magda Ramada, Director Senior Economist, Willis Towers Watson