The Insurance Fraud Summit 2016
Following on from the success of our inaugural retreat event last year, Post is delighted to announce the return of the Insurance Fraud Summit for 2016!
We all know the statistics are staggering - fraud costs each policyholder up to £50 per year; undetected fraud costs the UK economy £2 billion; the value of detected fraud exceeds £1 billion; and the insurance industry spends over £200 million per year tackling it.
So, despite concentrated efforts from the industry, insurance fraud continues to be the thorn in the side of the industry.
With this background of endemic fraud, the Fraud Summit has established itself as the must-attend and much-needed fraud event in the insurance calendar.
Bringing together those leading the counter-fraud agenda in a relaxed setting, the Summit allows for debates on current and upcoming challenges, broadening the fraud dialogue, and allows you to take advantage of the many networking opportunities on offer.
We are proud to bring you once again the in-depth discussions and high-level collaboration that set the Fraud Summit apart, and look forward to welcoming you to the exclusive Goodwood Hotel for the 2016 retreat.
What did last year's attendees think...?
A unique opportunity to network with other insurers and suppliersHead of Product (Home & Motor) and Technical Support, Allianz
Well worked out, good content. All round networking with likeable individualsFraud Manager, Collinson Group
Great networking opportunity, good dimensions and interesting presentationsManager - Financial Crime Insight, Esure
Really useful event, looking at fraud from many angles and viewpoints.Counter Fraud Manager, Amlin
Great to have so many Fraud decision makers together in one place. The collaboration over the last two days has been terrificFraud Operations Manager, Admiral
This is well worth the cost and time. I have taken away 2 key action ideasDirector UK Claims, Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkCooke and Mason
Who attended last year...
- Overnight stay
- Three-course dinner
- Exceptional agenda
- Brexit & the GDPR
- Task Force
- Viewpoint: The betting industry
- Psychology of fraud