Whilst DWIC has networking at its heart the steering committee is committed to providing a business programme that educates, provokes thought and inspires. No sessions are longer than one hour and delegates can opt-in to suit their individual needs over the two-day event.
If your company is interested in hosting a Satellite Session or Roundtable please contact email@example.com
We always recommend that our delegates plan their attendance early to ensure access to the best time slots for meetings. For DWIC2020 tables will be restricted to a maximum of 4 participants.
If you intend to have meetings with a larger group we would recommend that you reserve a Meeting Space for your company. You do not need to be a sponsor to do this and you can also benefit from having your company branding at your reserved space.
Client Lounge – suite of 2 sofas for up to 6 people
Meeting Table – for up to 8 people
Boardroom – for up to 12 people
If you are interested in reserving a Meeting Space for your company please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Consumers around the globe are changing at a rate of pace that is impossible to comprehend. To help you get ahead of the curve and secure success in 2025, keynote speaker and data junkie, Ian Hughes, will reveal:
• The four key megatrends that will impact Personal Lines insurers over the next five years
• one reason why this will make your head hurt
• where the opportunities lie for the MENA region
WHEN WILL MORE CLIENTS BUY CYBER INSURANCE IN MENA?
o Who will be the principal buyers of cyber insurance in MENA?
o What range of products and services will they demand?
o How can the industry to meet the needs of those customers?
o Is the role of insurance in mitigating the data breach risks understood?
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is the home of global insurance and re-insurance institutions, as well as start-ups that are disrupting the MEASA InsurTech landscape. As DIFC Authority prepares to unveil further details of its forthcoming expansion plan, learn more about how the Centre is enabling innovation within the insurance landscape, collaborating with start-ups that are disrupting insurance and helping shape legislative and regulatory frameworks that will deliver solutions for tomorrow’s insurance requirements.
Opening remarks: Salmaan Jaffery, CBDO
Moderator: Mohammad AlBlooshi, Sector Head Fintech – Business Development
WHO WILL SUCCESSFULLY DELIVER CUSTOMER SERVICE DIGITALLY?
o How will the consumer of the future wish to engage with insurance providers?
o Is the industry capable of the innovation necessary to modernise its traditional offering?
o What are the implications for existing business models?
IS AFRICA THE NEW FRONTIER FOR THE MENA REGION?
o Can MENA businesses share in the growth economies of Africa?
o How different is this new landscape and can businesses adapt?
o What is the best means to access the opportunity?
WHY DON’T MORE CUSTOMERS CHOOSE TAKAFUL?
o What are the key drivers of the takaful purchasing decision?
o Is the concept adequately promoted and understood?
o How are obstacles in takaful supply and delivery being overcome?
o Should the industry be more ambitious?
CAN THE INDUSTRY OFFER AFFORDABLE LONG-TERM HEALTH INSURANCE FOR ALL?
o Is the industry equipped to meet the potential demand?
o Can costs be sufficiently controlled to ensure pricing is competitive?
o Is service delivery from quote to claim fit for purpose?
o Has technology been fully explored?
HOW WILL CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECT OUR CUSTOMERS IN MENA?
o Is there an emergency in the region?
o What is the long term anticipated economic impact of environmental damage and the steps being taken to redress it?
o Can the industry handle a changing risk profile of clients?