About this event
The complex web of insurance regulation is not for the faint of heart. And with the proliferation of embedded insurance and cross-border digital experiences, we’re seeing a significant shift.
Embedded insurance is creating a more transparent experience for end users: offering the right product at the right time is driving more relevant and meaningful insurance cover.
This, in turn, is impacting insurance regulation and compliance, as it evolves in order to better protect consumers – supporting the mission of a global safety net through insurance.
What are the challenges and grey zones the industry still faces from a regulatory and compliance point of view? How can insurers and distributors navigate this world in order to create insurance products that comply and truly matter to consumers? Can insurance tech be a helpful tool in this quest or is it simply an additional burden?
Join this webinar to get insight into how legal and compliance experts see the current regulatory landscape – and discover the challenges and opportunities ahead.
I am an experienced legal expert. I started my career as a lawyer and went on to work as regional counsel for international companies active in tech and finance. I serve as General Counsel and Board Secretary at Qover, where I lead the legal, insurance and compliance teams.
Benoît specialises in financial services law, including insurance regulatory law and life insurance law. He advises financial institutions, including insurers and insurance intermediaries, on their relationships with regulatory authorities (licensing, prudential requirements, mergers and acquisitions) and the compliance of their distribution process – of their insurance products, governance and internal organisation.
Qover is a leader in embedded insurance orchestration, aiming to create a global safety net with insurance that empowers people to live life to the fullest.
Its purpose: enabling any company to harness the power of technology to embed insurance.