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Alexander Braun, I.VW-HSG, on InsurTech business models

Alexander Braun, I.VW-HSG, on InsurTech business models

Prof. Dr. Alexander Braun, member of the executive board of I.VW-HSG, is the co-author of the report "The Current InsurTech Landscape: Business Models and Disruptive Potential" and moderated the panel discussion at the IVW Future Talk event in cooperation with the Swiss Re Institute at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Julien Teicke, wefox, on starting an InsurTech company

Julien Teicke, wefox, on starting an InsurTech company

Julien Teicke, Founder and CEO of wefox, joined the panel discussion at the IVW Future Talk event in cooperation with the Swiss Re Institute at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Minh Q. Tran, AXA Strategic Ventures, on investing in InsurTech

Minh Q. Tran, AXA Strategic Ventures, on investing in InsurTech

Minh Q. Tran, General Partner, AXA Strategic Ventures, presented "Investing in the InsurTech Space: Challenges and Opportunities?" at the IVW Future Talk event in cooperation with the Swiss Re Institute at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

IVW The Current InsurTech Landscape - Conference video

IVW The Current InsurTech Landscape: Business Models and Disruptive Potential

How can established insurance companies take on the challenge of new disruptive business models? Is there a way to model the future of InsurTech? Experts from the Institute of Insurance Economics of the University of St. Gallen (I.VW-HSG), in collaboration with the Swiss Re Institute, revealed the findings of their new study at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

European Economic Advisory Group

Populism and Economic Policy event: EEAG report 2017

With Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, and a series of European elections, populism and political risk has moved to centre stage. The implications could be significant for the global re/insurance industry, particularly if recent gains from globalisation are reversed. To mark the launch of a report by the European Economic Advisory Group, the Swiss Re Institute hosted a conference with leading European economists to discuss the economic effects of populist politics. Watch the video below.

Year: 2017 | Type: Conference Summary

EEAG Report 2017: Harold James

EEAG Report 2017: Harold James

The Director of Contemporary European Studies, Princeton University, spoke at the EEAG Report 2017: Populism and Economic Policy, hosted by the Swiss Re Institute.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

EEAG Report 2017: Martin Meyer

EEAG Report 2017: Martin Meyer

The Board President, Swiss Institute for Foreign Research (SIAF) Zurich University, spoke at the EEAG Report 2017: Populism and Economic Policy, hosted by the Swiss Re Institute.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

EEAG Report 2017: Jan-Egbert Sturm

EEAG Report 2017: Jan-Egbert Sturm

The Director of KOF Swiss Economic Institute, ETH Zurich, spoke at the EEAG Report 2017: Populism and Economic Policy, hosted by the Swiss Re Institute.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Food supplements: Is there any scientific evidence for health claims?

Food supplements: Is there any scientific evidence for health claims?

For several decades now, the food industry has been offering a growing range of products claiming specific health benefits, including food supplements (DS), functional foods and super foods. This raises a number of questions. Are such products safe to use? What benefits can be expected from them? Are they more of a health risk to consumers? This article aims to address these questions and provides an overview which, given the sheer variety of products, cannot be exhaustive.

Year: 2017 | Type: Article

Trends in the food industry and what they mean for the insurance industry

Trends in the food industry and what they mean for insurance

Insurers provide the food industry with coverage against product liability and product recall. As such, it is crucial the insurance industry remains informed and up-to-date on the changing risk profile of the food we consume.

Year: 2017 | Type: Article

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