Tuesday 5 March 2013 9am

With motor insurance continuing to feature heavily in the news, be the subject of increasing political interest and under close scrutiny from a variety of consumer groups, the 2013 ABI Motor Conference promises to be a lively affair.

The conference will look at developments one year on from the first Prime Ministerial summit on motor insurance where issues such as reducing legal costs, the compensation culture and the poor safety record of young drivers featured heavily on the agenda. Furthermore, since the first insurance summit was held in February 2012, the Office of Fair Trading has referred the market to the Competition Commission on the basis that it is not working well for motorists.

In light of this and other developments, the conference will ask what initiatives are being taken forward that will improve the market and what progress is being made?

A number of breakout sessions will focus on the issues highlighted in the summit, along with other key issues such as

  • the impact of the new regulatory landscape on motor insurers
  • the future of data management strategies
  • the future of risk-based pricing

Key questions that will be asked include:

  • What obstacles need to be overcome to realise the full potential of data sharing?
  • Will automotive telematics ever mature to the state where it can be used extensively?
  • How is the industry tackling fraud?
  • What is being done to improve the safety of young drivers?

The conference will enable motor insurers, vehicle manufacturers, consumer groups, road safety experts, lawyers and related business sectors debate with colleagues and hear expert presentations on the key challenges facing the sector in the coming years.

Registration is at 0900 and will conclude with a drinks reception at 1700.

Prices

ABI Members £150
Non-members £250

Special early rate: 5 delegates for the price of 4

Contact

For any sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities at the conference, please contact Lucy O’Rourke,

  • 020 7216 7487

We accept all major credit cards except American Express and Diners Club

Grange City
8-14 Cooper’s Row
London EC3N 2BQ