ProtectX6: Making protection fit for the future

“Flexibility is the future”

John Brazier
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ProtectX6: Making protection fit for the future

Flexibility, data and complimentary skillsets are the key to ensuring protection can adapt to the changing needs of consumers over the next decade, according to ProtectX6 speakers.

Protection Review's ProtectX series returned today (21 April) with seven TED-talk style presentations from industry commentators, following by a panel discussion. The theme of ProtectX6 was the future of protection, in particular where the industry needs to adapt to ensure it is fit for purpose over the next decade. Speakers addressed topics covering the incoming Consumer Duty, the potential of positive disruption through technology and customer-centric products build around specific needs...

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