Two days until Motor Claims 2015
There are only two days left before Post’s Motor Claims 2015 conference gets underway at The Grange City Hotel in London.
With only two days to go, you must book now to avoid missing out. As bodyshop is a media partner for the event, readers can quote ‘bodyshop’ to claim a 10% discount on bookings. To book please call 020 7316 9092.
Post has put together a programme and a panel of speakers that aim to engage you in key debates about the future of motor claims.
The conference programme delivers what delegates to previous events have asked for – more major insurers, the motor manufacturer perspective and a focus on the challenges posed by the huge advances in driving technology. With the General Election just weeks away it also continues the political discussions from last year with the aim of setting a reform agenda for the incoming government.
The keynote speech, giving an overview of the challenges facing insurers, will be given by Rob Townend, Aviva’s newly appointed global claims strategy and innovation director. Among the issues he will focus on are the implications of the massive changes sweeping through the sector on the motor claims supply chain.
The revolution in vehicle technology is radically reshaping the customer service landscape, especially with greater connectivity giving manufacturers a wealth of new data about their customers. Mark Pinkney from Vauxhall Motors will share his thoughts on how this changes the customer service proposition.
Vehicle automation – maybe one day soon leading to driverless cars – has shot up the industry agenda with the launch of the government-backed trials. The two insurers most heavily involved in the trials are RSA and AXA and delegates will get the opportunity to hear from the people heading up the trials at both: Kenny Leitch, global telematics director at RSA and Simon Baker, head of commercial motor at Axa.
Jonathan Evans MP will lead a panel discussing the legislative priorities for the incoming government with the Association of British Insurers’ director general-designate Huw Evans setting the scene for delegates.