Professionals involved in the development, operations, marketing, distribution, technology or administration of individual life insurance products.
Attend the 2018 Life Insurance Conference to network with your peers and leading industry experts as we gather to discuss innovation in our industry and the key trends that will shape our future. Innovation and transformation are essential for finding new customers, delivering new products and opening new markets. Is your company successfully adapting to the new demands of the marketplace?
Innovative insurers are partnering with players outside the insurance sector and even beyond financial services. Is your organization? Have you fully embraced mobile technology allowing your customers to interact with you when the need arises — anywhere and anytime? Has your organization introduced new elements of competitive differentiation to increasing sales opportunities and new business?
The bottom line is insurers need to find a more positive way to engage with customers. And they need to engage with them more frequently. That means transforming distribution models and physical networks. It means offering customers new products, advice and services. And it means delivering an experience that’s personalized and relevant.
This premier conference offers more than 30 workshops on topics including product innovation, distribution, markets, technology, administration and regulation. This is your opportunity to join the crucial dialogue.
Randall Bell leads Landmark Research Group, LLC, and has directed a national practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers. As an economist, he has studied more disasters around the world than anyone in history, and has developed a simple formula to work through problems and achieve success. Bell’s book, Me We Do Be, lays out principles, validated through statistical research, that create a solid foundation for authentic growth for leaders, sales people, managers, and employees. He has appeared on every major television network, and his work has been featured in Inc. Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and Success Magazine.
Professor of Behavioral Science, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Nicholas Epley conducts research on the experimental study of social cognition, perspective taking and intuitive human judgment. His research has appeared in more than two dozen journals, and has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, CNN, Wired and National Public Radio. Epley’s book, Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want, explores what scientists have learned about our abilities to understand other people, and the surprising mistakes we so routinely make. His presentation will give you the wisdom to revolutionize how you think about other people — and yourself.
As president and CEO of LIMRA, LOMA and their parent organization, LL Global, Inc., Bob Kerzner leads the world’s largest association of life insurance and financial services companies. In 2010, he led the merger of LIMRA and LOMA, which together represent more than 1,200 members across 64 countries, including most of the world’s largest life insurance companies.
Before joining LIMRA in 2004, Kerzner was executive vice president and head of the individual life division of Hartford Life, Inc. Under his leadership, the division experienced dramatic growth and record financial performance.
Kerzner is a leading voice in the life insurance, retirement and financial services industry, recently speaking at events held by the Department of Treasury’s Federal Insurance Office (FIO), the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), and Life Insurance Commission of New York (LICONY). He is regularly sought out by leading national publications, like the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and USA Today, as well as a host of trade and other business media outlets, to provide insight into industry issues and trends.
Kerzner is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University.
Entrepreneur, Author, Technology and Digital Media Expert
Erik Qualman helps organizations understand how businesses can tap the power of social and digital media to reach consumers directly. His Socialnomics work has been has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, and used by the National Guard to NASA. What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube led Qualman to be named a Top 100 Digital Influencer and his business books are used in over 200 universities. Qualman was formerly a sitting professor at Harvard and MIT’s edX labs.
THIRU SIVASUBRAMANIAN, Chief Architect, SE2 TOM SPENCER, Senior Vice President, Business Development, SE2
Most insurers are transforming digitally to drive efficiencies and better meet customer desire for a better and consistent omni-channel experience. In this session, Vinod Kachroo, CIO of SE2, will discuss how life insurers can now harness new technology to reimagine the life insurance application process for even complex fully underwritten products to provide a near-instantaneous purchase experience. The automation of the entire customer acquisition process from application to approval and from underwriting to policy issuance unlocks tremendous possibilities for carriers looking to better engage the new millennial consumer and to service the mid-market segment.
MATT DERRICK, Executive Vice President, Programs and Marketing, Life Happens; JAMES SCANLON, HIA, Senior Research Director, LIMRA
Recognizing the American psyche when it comes to life insurance is a crucial step toward improving engagement, sales and loyalty. Join us and be first to hear what’s on people’s minds as results from the 2018 Insurance Barometer are revealed. You’ll learn about their financial concerns and how they feel and act toward life insurance. These insights from the consumer perspective are explored by demographic group and can help your company tailor its communications, improve target marketing, and aide in decisions surrounding product and distribution development.
SCOTT M. KOSNOFF, Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP MICHAEL GUGIG, Vice President, State Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel, Transamerica Life Insurance Company J.P. WIESKE, Deputy Commissioner, Wisconsin Department of Insurance Moderator: JIGAR GANDHI, Counsel, ACLI
InsurTech is one of the hottest topics currently in the insurance industry. This session will discuss the regulatory aspects that are involved.
BRYAN AMBURN, Director, Life Actuarial, Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company of Michigan ALIJAWAD HASHAM, Vice President, Senior Valuation Actuary, Swiss Re LEE HATHAWAY, CLU, Director, Product Strategy, Individual Life, Prudential KEVIN PIOTROWSKI, FSA, CERA, MAAA, Financial Services, EY
Several companies have successfully marketed, sold and valued PBR products. This session will walk through the challenges of implementation observed at several companies, highlighting the pain points, and successes. Topics will cover a broad range, from actuarial (valuation/assumption decisions — including moving to the 2017 CSO table), to regulatory (reporting/auditing) to technology (automation/controls). This session is designed specifically for companies planning to implement PBR in 2018 or 2019. Learn from the challenges faced by early adopters.
SHANNON HAVENER, Research Analyst, LIMRA TODD A. SILVERHART, Ph.D., LLIF, Director of Insurance Research, LIMRA
As empowered consumers continue to alter the buying experience of different industries, life insurance companies are left wondering how they can meet the expectations of these self-directed buyers, and how they can reach them. This session explores what differentiates life insurance customers who buy direct from the manufacturer and those who buy with the help of an agent, and how companies can reach those who are still shopping. How do direct buyers differ from agent-assisted buyers in attitudes and behaviors?
MI LI, FSA, MAAA, CFA, Manager, EY MARSHALL LIN, FSA, MAAA, CFA, Senior Manager, EY
This session will discuss how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) fits in the broader transformation and automation initiatives, how RPA and other automation tools and techniques can be applied to generate business value from within the actuarial function, and the role automation plays in the future of work.
COLLEEN RISK, FLMI, Senior Analyst, Life, Annuity and Health, Celent SANJEEV SINGH, Chief Information Officer, Fidelity and Guaranty Life
Undertaking a substantial IT transformation and digital initiative is challenging for any life insurance company. However, big systems and smaller budgets for small to medium size life insurance companies can be particularly challenging. This session will explore how small to medium carriers can achieve success in meeting the online/digital expectations of policyholders and agents. Whether your company is small, medium or large, attendees in this session will gain insight into how to get the most out your IT budget to maintain pace in the evolving digital world.
RICK PRETTY, FSA, MAAA, Senior Vice President, Deputy Head of Life R & D, SCOR Re JASON VON BERGEN, FSA, MAAA, Director, Risk Selection Strategy, Research and Analytics, Northwestern Mutual
Life insurers need to consider new tools and methods for
accurate and efficient life insurance underwriting in the 21st century.
One approach is to engage in accelerated underwriting and automated processes
with information from various data sources when underwriting a life insurance
policy. Attendees in this session will learn about practices and trends
in accelerated underwriting and what carriers must consider to quickly,
accurately and efficiently underwrite a life insurance policy.
In his opening remarks, Bob Kerzner, President and CEO of LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global will showcase the many ways the life insurance industry supports Americans — not just by protecting their financial security but also by investing in the U.S. economy and infrastructure and providing more than 2.6 million jobs. Kerzner will highlight examples on how life insurance has helped families and businesses thrive and contributes to the overall strength of social safety net.
Entrepreneur, Author, Technology and Digital Media Expert
What technologies are emerging? Merging? How do I harness the power of Socialnomics? Erik Qualman explores which innovative trends are cutting-edge and which are bleeding edge to ensure your organization is not only on the correct path, but ahead of the curve. Most importantly, he explores how to infuse more disruption and innovation into your business.
TIM PFEIFER, FSA, MAAA, President, Pfeifer Advisory LLC MIKE SANTORE, FSA, MAAA, Consulting Actuary, Milliman
This session will discuss the current and potential future state of life insurance products in the United States. The discussion will include product designs being used to meet the market’s changing needs, key regulatory factors facing the market, and innovative distribution approaches being used to make life insurance more accessible.
KIMBERLY HARRIS-FERRANTE, Vice President and Distinguished Analyst, Gartner, Inc.
Robotic automation and artificial intelligence continue to proliferate and bring about transformation in the life insurance industry unlike anything the industry has encountered recently. This presentation will help attendees understand the capabilities of RPA and successful deployment and integration with artificial intelligence as part of an organization’s broader enterprise automation roadmap. This presentation will also feature an update on the status if RPA and AI in the life insurance industry based on data from a recent Gartner/LOMA study.
SCOTT KALLENBACH, FLMI, Research Director, LIMRA ERIC SONDERGELD, ASA, CFA, Corporate Vice President, LIMRA
Disruption is among today's most misused buzzwords. People frequently use it to describe innovations regardless of their impact, as well as anything that presents even a mild challenge to an organization. But disruption is more than that. Disruptors can severely impact revenue or have a crippling effect on a business or an entire industry. Join this thought-provoking interactive discussion to learn what forces truly pose the greatest disruptive threats to the insurance industry and what you can do to not only guard against them, but to go on the offensive and even be the disruptor.
CATHERINE BRESLER, Vice President and Counsel, Government Relations, The Trustmark Companies PATRICK HUGHES, Partner, Faegre, Baker, Daniels Moderator: KATE KIERNAN, Vice President, Chief Counsel & Deputy, State Relations, ACLI
regulatory and legislative changes are occurring at a rapid pace, and the life insurance industry continues to be
in the cross-hairs of many of these activities. This session will focus on
proposed and actual changes in 2018 from state regulators and legislatures as
well as activities at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
(NAIC), National Conference of Insurance Legislators and other relevant groups.
Issues to be touched on include: guaranty association assessments, fiduciary
rule/best interest standard of care, regulatory views and activity on
innovation, cybersecurity, unclaimed property and state-run retirement. You
will learn about: key regulatory and legislative initiatives affecting life
insurers; the short and long-term issues associated with regulatory changes;
and current and future convergence of federal and state regulatory issues
SANDEEP MANCHANDA, Global Head, Customer Acquisition, EXL Service, Inc. KEVIN MCKENNA, Vice President, Digital Solutions, EXL Service, Inc.
An effective digital strategy is more than e-signatures and automated underwriting. A true digital platform is conceived from beginning to end with the capability to utilize machine learning and apply analytics throughout the customer acquisition process. The result is improved efficiency for the carrier while engaging potential policyholders and convert a lead to a policy issued. This session will provide insight into how carriers can move to the digital world while providing consumers with a more personalized experience and allow attendees in this session to gain an understanding of what is possible when developing an effective digital customer acquisition strategy.
SCOTT KALLENBACH, FLMI, Research Director, LIMRA LINDA CHOW, FSA, MAAA, Senior Manager, EY
Seven in 10 consumers feel that most people need long-term care insurance, yet individual long-term care insurance sales are deteriorating. However, sales of individual combination products have grown in recent years. Could they be the answer? This session will uncover the current and future environment for combination products, and explore the breadth and depth of product features currently available. We’ll also identify potential future product offerings. Could some new thinking address an old problem? Our findings are based on a recently completed study conducted jointly by LIMRA and EY.
ALLISON MARSH, Director of Consumer Insights and Market Research, John Hancock LAURENE POLIGNONE, Assistant Vice President, John Hancock TODD A. SILVERHART, Ph.D., LLIF, Director of Insurance Research, LIMRA
As efforts to become more customer centric continue to mature, there is much interest in understanding how to actually manage the customer experience (Cx). This is particularly true when it comes to the insurance industry where historically there have been onerous processes for obtaining the product and limited engagement through the product lifecycle. This session will combine a discussion of recent LIMRA research focused on how companies are addressing customer experience with a case study of a life carrier’s specific efforts. The discussion will include topics such as initiatives implemented, results being obtained, challenges encountered and lessons learned.
YOUSEF HASHIMI, Big Data and Cognitive Business Solutions, IBM
You don't need a
crystal ball to look into the "future of AI". Just open your eyes and
look around you. AI is already here and insurers are using it in a variety of
ways to transform customer interactions, empower advisors, and improve business
operations. In fact, the insurance industry has led the way in adopting AI
technology over the past decade. Come here Mr. Hashimi present about how
cognitive computing applications are being used by insurers to reshape customer
service, underwriting, claims and even corporate legal too.
TIM COOK, FLMI, AIRC, CLU, ChFC, Assistant Vice President, Product Development, American National JOE GERGELY, Agency Vice President, COUNTRY Financial LOREN KORFMACHER, Managing Partner, Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan Moderator: ELAINE TUMICKI, Corporate Vice President, LIMRA
When multiple products are cross-sold into a household, customers save time and money while companies increase customer lifetime value and profits. Everyone wins! Consumers report a willingness to be cross-sold, though results indicate that life insurance continues to be an area of unclaimed potential for multi-line carriers. This workshop will share what we learned from LIMRA’s recent cross-sell study and highlight how companies are working to claim this potential.
TOM ANFUSO, Chief Information Officer, NLG ANU DIXIT, CDAO, NLG NIMESH MEHTA, Vice President, Customer Innovation, NLG Moderator: NORMAND LEPINE, Senior Director for Data and Analytics in Insurance, NTT Data
To remain relevant, life insurers must reimagine their relationships with customers, playing an advisory role that engages with customers at critical life milestones, creating more loyal and engaged policyholders. Gaining an in-depth understanding of your customers using advanced analytics and AI, and leveraging automation is key to becoming more people-centered. In this panel discussion, we’ll explore how National Life Group is using propensity modeling and machine learning, RPA, and cognitive/virtual assistants to better understand policyholders, accelerate speed-to-market for new L&A products, build customized products and improve the customer experience. Join us to learn how get started on a customer experience strategy enriched by innovative technologies.
THOMAS B.R. CHRISTENSON, II, Assistant General Counsel & Assistant Secretary, Northwestern Mutual CHARLES PLATT, Partner, WilmerHale STEPHEN TORETTO, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Pacific Life Insurance Company Moderator: JIM SZOSTEK, Vice President, Taxes and Retirement Security, ACLI
Key aspects of the DOL’s Fiduciary Rule has been delayed for 18 months while the DOL reviews the rule and considers changes. There is movement at both the SEC and the NAIC on changes to the standard of care applicable to agents and brokers. This discussion will address the status of these activities and what lies ahead for the Life Insurance Industry.
ANDY FERRIS, FSA, MAAA, FCA, Managing Director, Deloitte JENNIFER MCGINNIS, FSA, CERA, MAAA, Senior Vice President, Swiss Re
What does In Force Management (IFM) mean to you? What types of activities do an IFM department or committee engage in? How can different product types be impacted by IFM? During this interactive forum, the experiences and knowledge of the panelists and audience will be leveraged to share best practices and consider how to overcome shared challenges.
EMILY HOLBROOK, Director, Personal Market, Northwestern Mutual JAMES SCANLON, HIA, Senior Research Director, LIMRA
How do you market life insurance to younger generations? Presenters will share recent research on Millennials and their attitudes and experiences regarding life insurance and other financial products. Learn how a major life insurance company is approaching younger consumers and producers. Hear early impressions of the next age cohort, Generation Z.
ROBERT MCISAAC, FLMI, LLIF, Senior Vice President, Research
and Consulting, Novarica Additional Presenter TBA
Innovation is much more than a hobby or a fleeting
thing. To successfully innovate, carriers need to understand what
innovation is and create the right kind of culture to support it while thinking
differently about metrics for success. Likewise, large transformational
efforts represent significant bets on the future by organizations with limited
practical experience or a track record of successful transformation
initiatives. This presentation will explore what is necessary to create the
proper environment for successful innovation and transformation as well
examples of companies "thinking differently" across lines of business
as well as planning for these efforts to reduce risks and increase the
probability of success.
What is a winning strategy? Why do some organizations take a dive, some merely survive, while others thrive? What leads up to a disaster or collapse? How do we build a solid foundation that assures solid authentic growth? Randall Bell’s research has spanned over 25 years at the intersection of sociology and economics. Learn what behaviors result in disaster, recovery, and prosperity.
Professor of Behavioral Science, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
You are a mind reader, born with an extraordinary ability to understand what others think, feel, believe, want and know. It’s a sixth sense you use each day in every professional and personal relationship — but how well do you really know what your coworkers, employees, competitors or customers want or are thinking? In this high-energy, illuminating presentation, Nicholas Epley takes the audience on an exploration of one of the great mysteries of the human mind. While his presentation will not turn others into open books, it will give you the wisdom to revolutionize how you think about them — and yourself.
RALPH PERRICONE, Vice President, Industry Strategy, Prudential AMY SAMPLATSKY, Assistant Vice President, Competitive Intelligence, Lincoln Financial Group
Learn about competitive intelligence for life insurers. This session will introduce the area of competitive intelligence for people new to the industry or for those who have not interacted with this area within their company. The primary focus will be on the structure and set up of a competitive intelligence team and the variety of tasks handled. Compare and contrast similarities and differences between two major carriers.
RONALD KLEIN, FSA, MAAA, Director of Global Aging, The Geneva Association ACHIM REGENAUER, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Partner Reinsurance Europe SE
Just 15 years after the first human genome mapping, genetic testing is available direct-to-consumer and costs as little as USD 100. Individuals now have the ability to learn details about their own health never thought possible. This could help improve longevity and prompt new procedures and medications to be created. However, what happens when an individual receives negative information and decides to purchase an insurance product? This anti-selection could be very dangerous for the industry. Learn what regulations currently exist worldwide with respect to genetic testing and insurance as well as the possible plusses and minuses that genetic testing could have on the life insurance industry.
ANU PAKALA, Systems Consultant, Northwestern Mutual CHUCK WIEGERSMA, Assistant Vice President, John Hancock Moderator: TOM SCALES, CLU, ChFC, FLMI, Head of Americas Life and Health, Celent
This session will feature insight from representatives of two leading life insurance companies providing their insight from an IT perspective on the successful development and deployment of a successful RPA strategy. In addition to learning what RPA is and is not, lessons learned and models for a successful RPA strategy, this session will help attendees gain a clearer understanding of RPA including RPA vs. Cognitive Automation, RPA Benefits, transaction types that are candidates for RPA and the ROI of RPA.
CURT CLINGERMAN, FSA, MAAA, Consulting Actuary, Milliman JENNIFER MCGINNIS, FSA, CERA, MAAA, Senior Vice President, Swiss Re
Universal Life blossomed in the high interest rate environment of the 80s and 90s, but insurers are bearing the financial burden of products underperforming their pricing of long ago. Companies now face the difficult decision of whether to weather the financial burden, or increase COIs and face legal or public relations consequences. This session will explore what factors contributed to this burden, the media’s reaction to COI changes, and key considerations for making COI changes, include recent ASOP and regulatory proposals.
Industry players have been on the road toward straight through processing for many years. What are the goals of their trip? What challenges must be overcome along the way? Which parts of the policy life cycle are they addressing? To answer these questions and more, LIMRA will share the latest industry research and OneAmerica will describe its journey and where the road leads next.
VIKRAM KAMATH, Center of Excellence for Data Analytics and Predictive Modeling, LIMRA
What drives potential life insurance buyers to go beyond shopping and information-gathering to actually purchasing a policy? Based on data collected by LIMRA from life insurance shoppers, LIMRA’s new Center of Excellence for Data Analytics produced an analysis that sheds light on the key drivers of buying behavior and offers answers to this question. We will also provide an individual company perspective on our own consumer behavior analysis and lessons learned in applying the results to improve sales.
MIKE BOOT, FSA, MAAA, Managing Director, Society of Actuaries DAVID SCHRAUB, FSA, MAAA, CERA, AQ, Staff Fellow, Society of Actuaries
(SOA Professionalism Session) Participants will explore the importance and role that professionalism plays in the everyday life of an actuary through interactive discussions of brief scenarios. Participants will also gain awareness of the resources available to actuaries as they navigate professionalism issues.
ARUNASHISH MAJUMDAR, Head of Innovation, Insurance, Tata Consultancy Services CHRISTOPHER MCDANIEL,Executive Director, Risk Block Alliance, The Institutes Moderator: JUDY ZAIKEN, Corporate Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, LIMRA
Across all segments of the financial industry, the potential for
blockchain technology is generating a lot of attention. Most financial institutions
are evaluating the technology to determine how they can use it to improve
cybersecurity, automation, customer service and achieve competitive
advantage. As part of the LIMRA partnership with the
Institutes, several LIMRA-member firms have joined the Institutes’ RiskBlock
Alliance to develop industry-level blockchain solutions. This session, designed
for “non-technical” people, will provide a basic understanding of blockchain
technology and discuss current applications in development as well as future
applications being considered.
Early Registration Rates (Register by March 12, 2018):
LIMRA, LOMA, SOA, and ACLI Members: $1,250
Non-member: $ 1,875
Standard Rates (After March 12, 2018):
LIMRA, LOMA, SOA, and ACLI Members: $1,450 Non-member $ 2,075
Refund Policy All cancellations and refund requests must be received in writing. These requests carry a $100.00 U.S. administrative charge. Full refunds minus the administrative fee will be granted on written requests received no later than ten business days before the meeting. No refunds will be granted if the request is received within ten business days of the meeting. If for any reason a meeting is cancelled, Conference Organizers will refund the total registration fee. However, Conference Organizers will not be responsible for any travel, hotel accommodations or other costs incurred. Cancellation requests should be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group Discount If five (5) or more individual employees from the same member company register for this meeting, each individual registrant may take advantage of a group registration discount of $100 by entering the promo code GROUP100. Individuals using this registration option must register at the full conference registration fee. Presenter registrations and individuals utilizing any other discounts do not qualify towards the required five registrant per company minimum. Please note that if a registrant's company does not ultimately meet the aforementioned eligibility criteria (e.g. there are fewer than five registrants from a company who paid the qualifying full conference fee), registrants will receive a notice of any balance due based on the difference between the regular applicable rate and the group discounted rate.
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The Life Conference exhibit booths are now sold out. Please contact Stacey Quance at 770-984-6448 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss sponsorship opportunities which may include a booth.
This conference is your opportunity to meet and network with insurance professionals involved in the development, operations, marketing, distribution, administration and technology processes of life insurance products.
Sponsorship Opportunities - Raise your level of branding with this audience by securing a Sponsorship. Options include:
Multiple conference registrations, which include full access to attendees at breaks and meals
Special recognition in the registration brochure, onsite conference program, onsite signs, and general session walk-in slides
Acknowledgement from the podium
Specialty conference merchandise that will deliver your company name to all attendees
To create yourSponsorship package, contact Stacey Quance at 770-984-6448; email@example.com
EXHIBIT PACKAGE $4,750 - includes: (after February 24th, Exhibitor fee is $5,000)
10’ x 10’ exhibit space – including electrical outlet
Two full-conference registrations
Limit of one additional attendee per booth will receive the member rate of $1,250 each, by March 12, 2018 or $1,450 after that date
One-time use mailing list (Your choice: three weeks prior to or three weeks following the event)
Listing in the Conference Brochure (payment must be received by November 10, 2017 to be included)
Listing on the conference organizers websites and conference mobile app
Listing in the On-site Program; contract and payment MUST be received by February 26, 2018
EXHIBIT REGISTRATION FEE:
After February 24, 2018 - Single Booth $5,000; Double Booth $10,000
Organizations exhibiting at The Life Insurance Conference may also exhibit at The Retirement Industry Conference, immediately following April 26-28 at the same hotel and receive a discount of $500 off each event. If you are Exhibiting at both, please use this PROMO CODE (BOTH18) when registering for both events.