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5th Home Claims Conference

Thursday 9th November 2017

Ricoh Arena, Phoenix Way, Coventry, CV6 6GE

£225 + VAT per person                                                                             Buy Ticket                                                                             

At this year’s conference we want you to feel energised and excited. Extraordinary things are happening in our industry and we want you to learn about them.

Cast your eye over our topics and speakers and you’ll discover a wealth of learning and innovation awaits you in Coventry.

Great Conference Speakers

“Making a Claim an Exciting Experience. Customer Service that Drives Claims Forward.”

 

Jo Causon, Chief Executive of The Institute of Customer Service

Jo joined the Institute as its CEO in 2009 and has established the UK Customer Satisfaction Index as the country’s premier indicator of consumer satisfaction. She works across the public, private and voluntary sectors, commentates on national media and advices politicians across all sides of the House of Commons. If you want to learn about the impact that customer service has on the UK economy and productivity, Jo has an exceptional range of insight and experience to share.

Connie Beasley, Operations Director, Claims Consortium Group

Connie Beasley oversees the operational performance of Claims Consortium Group, a £45m turnover claims handling business. She has the important role of consolidating the Group’s growth and developing the business, which has included embedding their Synergy® workflow technology as the team’s operating system. She facilitates the best working environment and processes to ensure the team can deliver exceptional customer service.

“The Apprentice Academy – Update 2017”

 

Liam Hanlon Director, The Forshaw Group

Liam joined the construction industry in 1984 via the CITB Youth Training Scheme Apprenticeship in Joinery. He spent twelve years with Balfour Beatty Building gaining BTEC, HNC, CITB, HND and CIOB qualifications. He joined The Forshaw Group in 1995 that is now recognised as an award winning Insurance Building Repair Specialist.

Steven Guy, Managing Director, React UK

Steven has been involved with the insurance repair market for the past 17 years and has run his own business for 15 years. Over this time, he has worked with different clients and networks covering a range of services. He leads the business, taking responsibility for every aspect, from securing the clients to meeting the demands of each client and customer.

Steven prides himself on the care given to his customers and the service to his clients. In such a challenging industry, he believes in being versatile to the demands of the industry.

“Being Energised by Digital, Technology Driving Claims Forward.”

 

Maarten Ectors, Chief Digital Officer. Legal & General

Maarten Ectors is a former disruptive innovator who has brought industry changing and award winning products to market in record time and collaborated/competed successfully with the top innovating tech brands. Maarten believes the insurance industry is ready for disruption from within. Claims is the best starting point.

 

Marc Pettican, MD, Barclaycard Commercial Business Payments

With over 20 years in the commercial payments sector, Marc Pettican has seen significant development in technology and innovation, and often been a driving force in shaping this for customers.

He started with Barclays in 1988, with the majority of his experience in a succession of senior sales, account management and leadership roles in Barclaycard Business Solutions including payment acceptance. Most recently as Managing Director of Barclaycard’s newest partner, The Logic Group. He has recently taken up a new role as Managing Director for Barclaycard Commercial Payments.

Paul Crowe, CEO, Symbility Intersect

Paul Crowe is the Toronto Based CEO of SYMBILITY INTERSECT and the CMO of SYMBILITY SOLUTIONS. Joining SYMBILITY INTERSECT in 2011 as a Partner leading growth, Paul assumed the role of CEO in 2014. He works closely with the world-class Product and Engineering teams to ensure INTERSECT’s clients, from innovative start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations achieve their goals through the launch and optimization of mobile products, and strategic-innovation initiatives such as rapid prototyping, R&D, and product strategy.

Shane Jones, Owner & Co-Founder, Iprosurv

Following his retirement from the forces and property experience led Shane to co-found Iprosurv in 2014. Shane will show how combing different types of Technology and Analytic software highlights the different industry sectors.

Justin Tisbury, Director, The Webthings Group

Justin is CEO of the Webthings group who provide a range of sensor based connected solutions. Justin believes that bringing low cost reliability to smart buildings and the environment is already beginning to have a major impact in various fields. His background in bringing smart technological solutions to help disrupt and improve customer choice leads to innovation and challenge within traditional market places.

John Ridd, MD, Eviid

John has a long track-record of heading up successful internet and tech businesses, from founding XTML in the late 90s (which was subsequently sold to Telenor Group) through to his time as CEO of NWIX Group, a national provider of IP Network Services. John co-founded eviid in 2011.

David Watts, MD, DPW Consultants

David has been involved in ‘Big Data’ for the majority of his thirty years in the city of London. Whether using vast amounts of data to back-test trading models, creating new datasets sourcing contributions from all parts of the world or as an advisor in the global maritime industry, understanding how to extract the ‘hidden value‘ in the ever increasing amounts of ‘data’ available to organisations has been the constant throughout his career.

”Too much information can often confuse and not clarify the situation. Understanding what you are asking of the information is the first step in creating the insight that leads to informed decisions.”

“No More Glass Ceilings. How Changing Attitudes are Driving Management Forward”

Has the approach to equality and modern management seen a change on the progression of woman in insurance management? Ratios are changing but have we reached a level playing field yet?

A discussion with:

  • Jo Causon, CEO, The Institute of Customer Service
  • Gill Vincent, Head of Property Vendor Management, Zurich Insurance
  • Connie Beasley, Operations Director, CCG
  • Elvire Nicaise-Davies, Senior Manager, Lloyds Banking Group Home Claims

“Motivating your People to Energise the Customer. Attitudes and Ideas that drive your People, Work and Business forward.”

 

Stuart Baldwin. Live Big 

A highly sought after speaker and trainer, Stuart takes big ideas and translates them into simple, practical steps that leaders can use to empower people to do more, be great, love work… and realise their full potential.

If you haven’t come across Stuart before, here’s a video of him in action talking about “How great leaders change lives.”

Rob Chilcott, Trainer, Claims Consortium Group

Rob works within the Learning & Development department at Claims Consortium Group. He joined the business in 2014, and now leads a team that develops and implements training and growth initiatives for nearly 300 staff.  He has been instrumental in the company’s move towards an engaging leadership style, which has led Claims Consortium to be listed in the Sunday Time 100 Best Companies to Work For and achieve Investors in People Gold status.

 

“Energising the Changing Supply Chain. Innovations that are Driving Claims Forward.”

 

Gill Vincent, Head of Property Vendor Management. Zurich Insurance

Gill is a  procurement specialist by trade and entered the insurance world at Zurich in 2004. She has Team oversight for the sourcing, implementation and post contractual performance management of Loss Adjusters. She is also responsible for all suppliers for building and contents commodities across Personal and Commercial Lines including Zurich Municipal.

She finds the insurance world an ever changing industry with rarely a dull day! As you will discover, Gill has a strong desire to deliver Good Customer Outcomes with a robust and cost effective supply chain solution.

William Quibell, Head of Supplier Management Management. Legal & General

William has a wide perspective on the industry, having spent 20 years working exclusively across General Insurance claims. He entered the market in 1997 with Royal & Sun Alliance, spent 10 years with insurers RSA, NHBC and L&G, as well as 10 years in the claims management area with Crawford’s, The Innovation Group and LAS.

His current responsibility is for the L&G UK General Insurance supply chain, including MGA supply chain arrangements. This covers professional services (adjusting, surveying etc.), goods (contents, carpets), glazing, LGRS (Legal & General Repair Solutions network) and procurement. solution.

Steven Guy, Managing Director. React UK

Steven has been involved with the insurance repair market for the past 17 years and has run his own business for 15 years. Over this time, he has worked with different clients and networks covering a range of services. He leads the business, taking responsibility for every aspect, from securing the clients to meeting the demands of each client and customer.   Steven prides himself on the care given to his customers and the service to his clients. In such a challenging industry, he believes in being versatile to the demands of the industry.

Elvire Nicaise-Davies, Senior Manager, LBG Insurance

Prior to joining Lloyds Banking Group, Elvire worked for blue chip automotive and aerospace companies. These roles involved leading internationally-based, multi-disciplined teams and playing some key roles, including sourcing manager, project manager and European supply chain manager. Elvire was subsequently involved in some of the 21st century largest manufacturing projects. Elvire is CIPS qualified and obtained an MBA from Cardiff University.

Keith Walters, Head of Oriel, Oriel Services

Keith has worked in the insurance industry for just over 30 years, with wide ranging roles in both underwriting and claims environments for Insurers and loss adjusters. He has spent the last 15 years with Cunningham Lindsey, in national adjusting and construction roles across volume and major loss markets. Since 2013 Keith has headed up Oriel, a building restoration and repair network company owned by the Cunningham Lindsey group.

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Motivating your People to Energise the Customer. Attitudes and Ideas that Drive your People Forward, then Your Work and Business!

 

Greg Galdwell, Adviser, Consultant, Investor, Mentor, Non Exec Director

Greg provides business insights for emerging, innovation and technology opportunities. His 30+ years in the insurance industry together with his ability to translate ideas and possibilities into commercial outcomes is highly regarded. He has lead three businesses in and around the claims management sector, including CEO UK & Ireland at Crawford & Company. Municipal.

 

Peter Eglinton, CEO, CET

Peter joined the industry recently having previously managed global supply chains and worked in Information Management. He believes that a business is only as strong as the weakest link in its supply chain and has a passion for working with supply chain partners building the continuous improvement culture that ensures that services are future proofed.

 

Tim Kilpatrick, Independent

Tim brings previous experience from the manufacturing sector and the chemical industry. He is passionate about disrupting existing business models and spent time in the FMCG world designing eco-efficient processes for disrupting long and established waste management practices.

 

 

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Our Coventry Location

Having held many conferences at the Ricoh Arena, it’s become our second home! Coventry is in the heart of the midlands and only a 20-minute train journey from Birmingham. It’s only 86 miles from London, 80 from Manchester and 80 from Bristol. It’s also easy to access from the MI, M6 and M40.

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