Events

The Swiss Re Institute organizes best in class events on the strategic topics in its research agenda. In the tradition of the Centre of Global Dialogue, the institute continues to host a vibrant platform for engagement around future challenges of the re/insurance world.

We understand that knowledge and dialogue is personal, and our events encourage dialogue within our stakeholder communities, improving understanding of risk and insurance, and enabling sound business solutions.

Find a list of upcoming and past events below:

13th CRO Assembly: Our changing risk landscape

13th CRO Assembly: Our changing risk landscape

Chief Risk Officers are tasked with navigating through a world that is at times uncertain, complex and ambiguous. At the 13th CRO Assembly, which will be held 27 - 29 November 2017, Chief Risk Officers and Senior Risk Leaders from around the world will be invited to discuss emerging risks and opportunities for the global insurance industry. The topic of the Assembly will be "Our changing risk landscape".

Swiss Re Institute Symposium (Americas)

Swiss Re Institute Symposium Boston

The Swiss Re Institute is the bold and challenging response of Swiss Re to our changing world of risk. The Institute will provide new structure and thinking to our management of risk and the risk of our clients. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the first Swiss Re Institute Symposium on 28 and 29 November 2017 at WGBH in Boston and the Norton's Woods Conference Center at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in Cambridge.

Health monitoring in insurance: Unlocking the power of your customers' data

Forget 10,000 steps – wearables are moving to new levels, with serious implications for insurers. Real time physiological monitoring is being transformed into risk scores and integrated into insurance products. Data provided by wearables will increasingly be interpreted by dedicated health apps, providing constant insights into health and well-being. And the next generation wearables may be under rather than over the skin.

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