IndustryForum Insurance

Defining the future of the Insurance Industry while moving through a new digital era

With the new decade comes new customers and new solutions, and leaders in the insurance industry have to adapt quickly and effectively to the moving changes, or risk losing out to their competitors. To create greater customer engagement and maximize on digital technologies, what strategies are top insurance executives undertaking? Find out in this year’s riveting IndustryForum Insurance, where we connect industry leaders who are keen to improve their core insurance products and services.

These invest-ready decision makers are coming with key investment plans to further enhance their organization, and are looking for solutions in areas including new service-based models, cyber and data regulatory consultancy, advanced analytics, digitization, insurtech, and more. Showcase your solutions and network with visionary C-suites and top executives from the biggest insurance organizations in The Netherlands through our exclusive pre-scheduled virtual meetings.

February 04, 2021

The Netherlands

Speakers & Chairperson

Ron Gardenier

Bestuursvoorzitter NVGA & Member of the Board AON

Peter Borgdorff

Directeur Pensioenfonds Zorg&Welzijn
Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn

Gijs Jeuken

CEO Aegon Growth Capital Fund

Bram Snijders

Investment Director

Egmont Philips

Marketing Director
DAS Juridische Dienstverlening

Mark Gallagher

Formula One Analyst & Author of the book 'The Business of Winning'
Formula One

Event Attendees Include

Univé Verzekeringen
Director Pension
DAS Juridische Dienstverlening
Marketing Director
ARAG Rechtsbijstand
Directeur Verzekeren
De Goudse N.V.
Commercial Director
APG Groep
Strategic Business Consultant
ARAG Rechtsbijstand
Chief Technology Officer
Event Themes

In Discussion

Customer Centricity: Personalized Insurance Solutions

Insurance 2020 and Beyond: defining your business strategy to face the future

The use of new technologies to drive further innovation: leveraging AI & robotics

The development from reactive to preventative Insurance

Consolidation, mergers and acquisitions: market changes in the industry

Event Partners

Solution Providers


Maintaining ethical standards within the far-reaching digitization of the insurance sector
The successful collaboration between IT & Business in the future organization
Cyber security - Exploring the risks of digitization
What risks does the industry face with regards to rapid technological expansion in foreign nations such as China?
Compliance to current regulations may obstruct innovation within the industry

Speakers & Chairperson

Marjolein Smeets
ARAG Rechtsbijstand
Nick Bailey
Marcel Krom
Olaf Sleijpen
De Nederlandsche Bank
Jeroen Kemperman
Zilveren Kruis
Martijn Minkenberg
Verbond van Verzekeraars
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Sharing Economy: Fintech Trends in Netherlands Banking & Insurance

The financial services market has been disrupted by a plethora of emerging trends and technologies, such as blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT). Even the concept of sharing economy has infiltrated the banking and insurance industries with business capital crowdfunding platforms rising rapidly in Netherlands.

Nevertheless, the integration of disruptive technology is actively supported by banks and insurance companies across the country. In fact, 80% of our surveyed Dutch finance leaders are investing heavily in digitalization, citing digital business strategies, analytics and IT management as some of their core focus areas.

Download our Netherlands special report - Sharing Economy: Fintech Trends in Netherlands Banking & Insurance for significant insights of emerging trends and tech investments within the Dutch financial landscape. Also, find out how Netherlands’ banking and insurance trends correspond with other countries across the globe.

Here are the report key takeaways:


Dutch C-suites are strongly focused on developing new strategies in digitalization and analytics to shift their companies into data-driven digital organizations.

For emerging technologies, decision makers in Netherlands’ banking and insurance industries are investing heavily in natural language processing (NLP).

Analytics is also a core priority for Dutch executives, who are focusing on data-driven approaches to propel their organization into the era of Industry 4.0.
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