COVER Claims & Underwriting Forum 2023: Full agenda and speaker line-up revealed

Moving with the Times

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COVER is pleased to announce the line-up of confirmed speakers and discussion topics for the upcoming Claims & Underwriting Forum 2023, taking place on 21 June in London.

This year's half-day conference, followed the COVER Customer Care Awards ceremony, will be held at the Montcalm Marble Arch in London and chaired by COVER editor, John Brazier. In conjunction with sponsors Guardian, HSBC Life and UnderwriteMe, the 2023 event will embrace the theme of Moving with the Times by addressing a range of fundamental talking points concerning claims and underwriting in the life and health insurance sector. The event is now nearly fully booked and there are limited spaces for registration available. There are also limits on complimentary passes available for in...

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