Will Bird (AVP & Senior Associate, SCOR P&C Ventures) and Amy Parker (VP, Americas Treaty Claims) discuss ways that SCOR Global P&C is partnering with insurtechs to address claims pain points among its carrier client base, then chat with Brad Weisberg, CEO of Snapsheet, about Snapsheet’s origins and suite of claims software for insurers, including an end-to-end claims management platform, digital payments platform, and motor virtual appraisal offering. • Brad Weisberg is the Founder, CEO, and Chairman of the Board at Snapsheet. He founded Snapsheet in 2011 and has led the company through multiple hyper-growth stages. He is also a champion for the Chicago tech community and regularly mentors leaders at emerging tech companies. • Will Bird is an Assistant Vice President & Senior Associate, SCOR P&C Ventures, based in Chicago. Will focuses primarily on insurtech investment & partnership opportunities in the Americas. His previous experience includes corporate venture capital and strategy at a leading U.S. personal lines insurer. • Amy Parker is Vice President of Americas Treaty Claims based in Chicago. Her areas of responsibility include global claims client management initiatives and engagement with SCOR P&C Ventures. Her previous experience includes 20+ years in Claims & Liability Management at leading (re)insurance organizations.
ESG, CSR, two terms that we hear more and more in our personal and professional lives. What do they stand for and why are they so important today in business strategies? Paul Nunn, Senior Advisor in charge of ESG strategy for SCOR P&C, introduces and differentiates these themes, with examples and use cases. He then explains the various innovations and trends that we will face in the near future from sustainable and social aspects, and with a focus on the (re)insurance industry. Green hydrogen, wind farms, energy efficiency, carbon capture, etc. If you are not yet comfortable with these topics, find out what they could bring to your business in this 15min podcast. Before his current position, Paul was responsible for pricing catastrophe risk on inwards business, and accumulation of catastrophe loss potential for natural hazard perils globally. Alongside his role at SCOR P&C, Paul is a director of the non-profit Oasis Loss Modelling Framework company, an open source platform for developing, deploying and executing catastrophe models. He is also actively participating in the Insurance Development Forum working group on Risk Modelling & Mapping, which seeks to improve global understanding and quantification of disaster risk, particularly in developing countries.