At the Forefront - When Things Don’t Go Bump in the Night: Our Future With(out) Auto Insurance

18 King Street East, 16th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5C 1C4 [Map]
Date and Time: March 22, 2016 8:00 am - 9:45 am

Personal mobility is changing before our eyes and insurance is working hard to keep up with providing protection for people and the things that move them. Innovations such as usage based insurance are touted as revolutionizing consumers’ insurance experience, improving risk selection, encouraging good driving behavior and making streets safer. Meanwhile, Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) have introduced a multitude of offerings that have disrupted long standing business models. In addition to exposing insurance coverage gaps leading to regulatory limbo, these services are also shaping our views of mobility. Finally, just as transformative technologies of the sharing economy are taking root, autonomous driving features have become commonplace among new vehicles. Pundits seem to agree it is a matter of when, not if, commercially available driverless cars will be safely navigating city streets making collisions a rare event and forever changing the nature of our business. 

Could auto insurance as we know it really be going the way of ticker-tape, typewriters and turntables? What are the implications of ferocious change for advisors, insurers, industry partners and the client relationships that sustain us all? Join us for a fun, interactive and positive discussion as we contemplate Our Future With(out) Auto Insurance.

Tim Bzowey
Head, Home & Auto
RBC Insurance

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