Insurance Distribution Forum 2012

Event : Insurance Distribution Forum 2012

Wed, 07/03/2012  
Conducted by : Kakushin Group
Contact : Martin Winter

 Some insurers have adopted an alternative distribution strategy-based model, concentrating on drivers such as banks, corporate agents, and insurance brokers to fuel their business growth. Others concentrate on the traditional direct channel model comprising of individual agents,direct mail company websites (internet based selling) and other activities that involve the insurer directly. However, no insurer can afford to be adamant in its distribution strategy, and stick to a few favorite channels. To remain competitive it is imperative to adopt a multichannel distribution strategy while remaining flexible in adopting the modern tools of technology and the internet to expand opportunities.

Discover how to use the Internet as a distribution channel. Find out how to manage multichannel strategies. Learn from the market leaders, share your experiences. Find out where the trends are heading. Tap into social media to enhance insurance distribution. Network and discuss your experiences with market leaders.
Discuss real life case studies with professionals from the field of Insurance distribution: like the  Insurance Distribution Director from KBC, or  Chief Executive from AXA Direct Protection and Family Protect Paris
Our professional speaker panel: 
Chief Executive AXA Direct Protection and Family Protect Paris, France
Managing Director,  MetLife International, USA
Insurance Distribution Director,  KBC, Belgium
Regional Sales Director AEGON Global Pensions, Germany
Director of Corporate Communication & CSR Cardif, Netherlands
CEO & General Manager,  CIGNA, Turkey

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