2020 USA Insurance Events

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A new decade is right around the corner, and since the insurance industry is constantly changing, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest developments. Luckily, there are many conferences within the P&C insurance space that allow carriers and insurance personnel to network and learn about the latest trends in the industry. 

We put together our list of the top insurance events in 2020 based on our research from 2019 conferences and new information on upcoming events. Relevant information included:

  • Dates
  • Location
  • Duration
  • Cost (where applicable)
  • Conference size
  • Main target audiences

This list also includes a breakdown of the details that helped us define the opportunities for different audiences in each conference. We dived into the available conference details and sponsorship opportunities to identify the conferences providing the best content, analyzed the speakers’ experience and discussion topics to evaluate the predicted value insurance professionals can get from each conference.

Here’s our 2020 list, including links to each event. If you’ve spotted an event that we’ve missed or any other details that should be updated, please contact us. We’ll be updating this list throughout the year:

Q1 2020:

Employment Practices Liability Insurance:
Where: New York City. Jan 29-30.
What: EPLI focused
This is the 28th national conference on EPLI. The conference focuses on EPLI new developments, strategies and industry trends.
Target audience: Claims managers, underwriters and risk managers.

Related Topics: EPLI

NAMIC- Commercial Lines Seminar:
Where: Chicago, IL. March 4-6.
What: Commercial lines focus
30+ speakers will discuss Commercial lines industry trends- from insurability of cannabis to Trends in Employee Practices Liability Insurance Third-Party Claims and Exposures.

Related Topics: Underwriting

IBM – Reinventing Financial Services 2020:
Where: New York City. March 10th.
What: Solving the financial service industry’s biggest challenges.
Target audience: CEO, CIO, CTO, and COO, focused on the transformation initiatives underway at their organizations.

Related Topics: Financial services, Digital Insurance

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Conference:
Where: San Jose, CA. March 15-18.
What: Data and AI strategies to execution. This conference dives deep into the latest tools and technological trends.

Related Topics: AI

AMCOMP – Annual Meeting:
Where: Las Vegas, NV. March 17-18.
What: Focus on strategic vision of raising the bar for professional and educational excellence in the field of workers’ compensation with top-tier networking and our highly-rated education programs.
Target audience: Leading workers’ compensation professionals

InsurTech NY: Spring 2020 Conference:
Where: New York City. March 19th.
What: InsurTech NY will bring together Insurance innovators as well as InsurTech leaders to cover topics from automated underwriting to how core systems innovations, emerging technologies, and the regulatory environment are shaping internal change.

Related Topics: InsurTech, underwriting

Insurance Innovators USA:
Where: Nashville. March 30-31
What: 300 attendees and over 80 speakers are coming to share and gain insights on changing insurance as we know it. Next generation claims AI and many more.

Related Topics: Claims, AI

Q2 2020:

ITA LIVE 2020:
Where: Hollywood, FL. April 5-7.
What: Practicalities of the implementation of insurtech advances. Including more than 20 interactive presentations, panel discussions, and roundtables.
Target audience: Insurers, vendors

Related Topics: Insurtech, AI

OnRamp Insurance Conference:
Where: Minneapolis–Saint Paul, MN. April 7th.
What: This conference highlights how innovation challenges the industry, and how new technology will reinvent it. Last year’s event featured over 80 speakers.

Related Topics: Insurtech

Duck Creek Formation 20:
Where: Orlando, FL. April 14-16.
What: The premier SaaS event in the P&C insurance space due to its innovative and engaging speakers, group sessions, and product and feature introductions.
Target audience: Business, IT and other insurance industry executives.

Related Topics: Insurtech, innovation

Advisen 2020 Casualty Insights:
Where: New York City. April 16th
What: Market trends, significant legal and regulatory developments, and emerging exposures.
Target audience: Risk managers,brokers, underwriters, claim professionals and lawyers.

Related Topics: Risk management

Celent Conference | Innovation & Insight Day 2020:
Where: New York City. April 16th
What: In its 14th year, gathering of over 300 key decision-makers from premier financial institutions celebrating the achievements of Celent Model Bank, Model Insurer, Model Wealth, and Model Asset Manager award winners.

Related Topics: Banking, risk, P&C, awards

Global Insurance Symposium:
Where: Des Moines, IO. May 3-6.
What: New technologies impacting the industry. Last year there were 500 attendees and 40 speakers.

Related topics: Emerging technologies

RIMS (Risk Management Society) 2020:
Where: Denver, CO. May 3-6.
What: Presenting the latest strategies in risk management.

Related topics: Risk management

CAS – Spring Meeting:
Where: Chicago, IL. May 10-13.
What: Presents the opportunity to earn continuing education credits in a variety of sessions covering relevant and timely topics necessary for continued professional growth and maintaining actuarial credentials.
Target audience: Property-casualty insurance actuaries and consultants

Related topics: Underwriting, P&C, actuaries

Insurance AI and Analytics USA:
Where: Chicago, IL. May 12-13.
What: Bringing together over 500 senior innovation and business unit executives to uncover the rewards of embedding technologies such as AI, IoT, blockchain and automation into their working processes and operations.

Related topics: AI, Insurtech

CAS – Underwriting Collaboration Seminar 2020:
Where: Chicago, IL. May 13th.
What: Addressing issues, applications and insight across a broad spectrum of professional practices, serving a critical review or reflection on underwriting and actuarial collaboration today.

Related topics: Underwriting, CPCU, risk management

Dig-In: The Digital Future of Insurance:
Where: Austin, TX. May 27-29.
What: This event is all about the future of insurance and digital innovation in the insurance industry.
Target audience: Insurance carriers, solution providers, insurtech, consultants and investors.

Related topics: AI, insurtech, emerging technologies

S&P 36th Annual Insurance Conference:
Where: New York City. June 3-4.
What: The S&P 2019 event touched on topics like P&C, Life, risk, Investments perspective and featured over 40 speakers.

Related topics: P&C, risk

IASA Conference:
Where: Saint Louis, MO. June 7-10.
What: The IASA conference is the premier event for insurance industry professionals, with a practical focus on technology, insurtech, finance, professional development, operations, and much more. Last years event gathered over 2200 attendees and 195 speakers.
Target audience: C-Suite executives, future insurance leaders and solution providers.

Related topics: Insurtech, finance

InsiderTech New York 2020:
Where: New York City. June 10th.
What: The 2019 conference focused on Insurtech and how it transformed into one of the most attractive areas for innovators and (re)insurers.

Related topics: Insurtech

NAMIC- Management Conference:
Where: Amelia Island, FLA. June 28- July 1st.
What: Focus on innovation, industry trends and leadership.
Target audience: CEOs, executive teams, and future leaders of the industry.

Related topics: Insurtech, leadership, reinsurance, data analytics

CDAOI Insurance:
Where: W Hoboken, NJ. June
What: Topics will be focused on enhancing the value of AI throughout the insurance lifecycle, data governance and keeping the customer at the center of everything.
Target audience: C-Level and VP Level

Related topics: Data, analytics, AI

FT Insurance Innovation Summit Majesco Convergence:
Where: New York City. April 23rd.
What: Focus on the best strategies to adapt and innovate in a rapidly changing ecosystem.
Target audience: Senior-level executives in – P&C Insurance, Life Insurance, Non- Life Reinsurance, Credit Rating Companies, Technology Consultants, Technology and Research Providers.

Related topics: Innovation, Macro trends

Q3 2020:

NAIC Insurance Summit:
Where: Kansas City, MO. September 14-18.
What: Focuses on topics such as anti fraud, finance, innovation, market regulation, health, technology, producer licensing and communications. Brings together innovators and regulators to explore the future of insurance regulation.

Related topics: Insurance regulators

Machine Learning training – O’reilly Strata Data & AI Conference:
Where: New York City. September 14-17.
What: Focus around data feeds and AI. Presents the opportunity to learn data science with Python, build foundational data infrastructure, prepare your training data, productionize ML pipelines, work with NLP, or learn how to iterate AI projects.
Target audience: Leaders and those who work in data.

Related topics: Data, AI

NAMIC 125th Annual Meeting – National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies:
Where: Boston, MASS. September 20-23.
What: Gain valuable insights, learn about emerging trends, and connect with experienced speakers and leaders who are committed to the mutual insurance industry. Last years gathering exceeded 1,800 individuals and more than 500 P&C related companies represented.
Target audience: Mutual insurance company leaders.

Related topics: P&C, mutual insurance

InsureTech Connect:
Where: Las Vegas, NV. September 21-23.
What: Insurance industry leaders from all categories (Property & Casualty, Health, Life, Small Business and specialty), entrepreneurs and investors gather to learn all about innovation in the largest insurtech event.
Target audience: Industry leaders, innovators, investors.

Related topics: Insurtech, AI, P&C, life, health, SMB’s

Applied Net:
Where: Nashville. September 21-24.
What: Focusing on how agencies, brokerages, MGAs and insurers can thrive in the digital revolution of insurance.Technology, consumer demand, new competition, and changing market dynamics are revolutionizing the insurance industry.

Related topics: Brokers, MGA

Q4 2020:

2020 CPCU Society Annual Meeting:
Where: Washington, D.C. October 8-10.
What: Focuses on topics surrounding insurtech, big data, AI, ethics, leadership skills, risk management, cyber security and regulation. Had 2000 attendees in 2019 and over 60 speakers.
Target audience: Anyone who likes to stay up-to-date on the latest issues facing the risk management and insurance industry.

Related topics: CPCU, underwriting, risk management

PCI Annual Meeting (Property Casualty Insurers Association of America):
Where: Orlando, FL. October 11-13.
What: The 2019 conference theme was “Perspectives & Prospects”. Sessions examined key issues and the broader implications for your business decisions.
Target audience: Insurers, reinsurers and brokers.

Related topics: P&C, reinsurance

Target Markets Program Administrators Association (TMPAA) 19th Annual Summit:
Where: Scottsdale, AZ. October 19-21.
What: The summit is dedicated to the unique challenges of Program Specialists.

Related topics:Program carriers

ACORD Connect:
Where: Armonk, NY. October 29th.
What: 2019 conference explored important strategic issues facing the global insurance industry and earn valuable continuing education credits through professional development sessions.

Related topics: Insurtech, awards, product development.

AMCOMP – Fall Meeting:
Where: TBD
What: Focus on strategic vision of raising the bar for professional and educational excellence in the field of workers’ compensation with top-tier networking and our highly-rated education programs.
Target audience: Leading workers’ compensation professionals

Related topics: Workers compensation

Global Insurtech Leaders’ Summit:

Where: New York City, NY. 17-18 June
What: Focuses on the frontier of insurance technology and how to use emerging technologies to build a digital insurance ecosystem.
Target audience: Insurtechs, insurers, investors

Related topics: Insurtech, big data, AI, Internet of Things, cloud

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