2018 Insurtech - Day 2 Conference

Insurtech is dominating the conversation, but what's the fuss?

If you want to know more, come to ANZIIF's second Insurtech Conference to learn how the digital revolution is reshaping the industry and how disruption provides the chance to inspire.

Partnering with Insurtech Australia and FinTechNZ this regional conference brings together tech and insurance to find unique and innovative ways to work together. 

Day 1 of the conference which will feature an Insurtech 101 workshop, for insurance professionals who want to know more about Insurtech, the impact on them and also on the industry. 

Day 2 is a full day conference that will feature Insurtech Alley and Tech Tank. 

View the full program.

Insurtech Alley

Start-ups can join in the marketplace that will directly connect insurers with tech companies in Insurtech Alley. 



Tech Tank

Five start-ups will be given the opportunity to introduce their business to insurance executives during the conference as a way to build partnerships and to generally spread the word of your business. 


We are no longer accepting submissions from start-ups in Insurtech Alley or Tech Tank as we've reached capacity.





Conference registration 


Conference welcome 


Ahead of the game

Meet one of the original insurtechs who changed the landscape and hear how World Nomads became the leading travel insurance brand in the global independent and adventure travel market.

Michael McAuliffe, Founder, World Nomads Group


Tech Tank

Listen to cutting-edge, innovative start-ups share their learnings and journey in this new world of insurance. Hear from:
– ClaimSpace
– CyberRisk
– Sureify
– MySpringday
– FactFin

Facilitated by Stone and Chalk



Insurtech for life insurers

Insurtech is showing signs of life. Learn how emerging technologies are leading to opportunities and reshaping the life insurance industry. 

Kota Okahashi, Director, Chief of Staff, LumenLab


Morning tea in Insurtech Alley


Redefining customer service 

New Zealand-based FaceMe introduces conversational experiences through an omni-channel digital workforce.

Nick Sokolich, Global Vice President Sales, FaceMe 


Blockchain — The ultimate disrupter

What is blockchain, who is adopting this disruptive technology, and how does it provide new opportunities in the value chain?



Keeping up with insurtech
Panel Discussion

Stay informed on the local, regional and global insurtech trends that are reshaping the insurance industry. 

Graeme Adams, Principal, Finity 
Andrew Dart, Partner, The Digital Insurer
Avryl Lattin, Partner, Clyde & Co
Jason Roberts, Strategy and Innovation lead, Augen Software Group
Angat Sandhu, Partner, Oliver Wyman
Daniel Fogarty, CEO & Founder, Evari (moderator)


Lunch in Insurtech Alley


The insurtech ecosystem

EY and Insurtech Australia will launch their global insurtech ecosystem report.

Andy Parton, Partner, EY


How does insurtech impact claims?
Panel Discussion

Reimagine the claims process and learn about the opportunities in providing exceptional customer experiences through functional improvements.

Matthew Griffin, Partner, FAS Global
Nick Herford, Founder and Chief Executive, Hello Claims
Scott Murray, Automation Process Design Lead, Gallagher Bassett (moderator) 
Gilberto Spencer, CEO & Co-founder, ClaimSpace


Afternoon tea in Insurtech Alley 


Corporate start-up collaboration

Insurtech start-ups are driving the evolution of the industry. Hear how accelerators are making this happen and the impact they are having on corporate innovation.

Kate Russell, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Startupbootcamp


The future is now: Are you willing to play in the insurtech space?
Panel Discussion

This thought-provoking final session will reflect on the industry's transformation, the implications insurtech has on each sector, and what's next.

Daniel Biondi, Chief Technology Officer Australia & New Zealand, DXC Technology 
Peter Jones, Partner, DLA Piper
Sally Kincaid, Chief HR Officer, QBE Australia and New Zealand
Andrew Rear, Chief Executive, Munich Re Digital Partners 
Mark Searles, CEO & Managing Director, AUB Group
Julian Smith, Chief Customer Officer, Meridian Energy New Zealand

Prue Willsford, CEO, ANZIIF (moderator)


Networking drinks in Insurtech Alley

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  • Graeme Adams

    Finity Consulting


    Graeme Adams

    MBA, BEng, FAICD
    Principal, Management Consultant
    Finity Consulting

    Graeme Adams has 34+ years’ experience in general insurance. Graeme is a Director at Finity Consulting Australia’s largest independent actuarial and analytical consulting firm and heads up Finity’s Management Consulting service.

    In 1985, with the development of commercial applications for the PC, Graeme launched and managed an early Insurtech firm.  He has also held a number of senior roles at NRMA Insurance (IAG) including head of personal lines products, head of CTP insurance and head of international business development.

    Graeme is a regular industry commentator keynote presenter and author on the topics including: insurance technology, disruption and change management.  Finity Consulting was awarded ANZIIF’s Insurance Industry Awards Professional Services Firm of the Year in Australia (2015) and New Zealand (2017). 

  • Daniel Biondi

    DXC Technology

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    Daniel Biondi

    Chief Technology Officer, Australia and New Zealand
    DXC Technology

    As Chief Technology Officer for Australia and New Zealand, Daniel is responsible for helping our clients shape their IT strategy for business innovation and growth, and for delivering technology-enabled business solutions that reduce cost and complexity.

    Daniel has over 23 years of experience in leading and managing the application of advanced IT solutions for organisations within the financial services, telco, retail, manufacturing, and government sectors. He has worked with multi-nationals in more than 17 countries across every industry group and with enterprise clients including the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac, Bank of Queensland, Singapore Government, Telstra, McDonalds, and Banco Santander.

    Daniel was previously CTO of Financial Services for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, South Pacific, responsible for strategy and go-to-market plans, innovation, thought leadership and business turn-around. He also held senior roles in Latin America, including CTO for Argentina and Chile and Regional CTO for Latin America.

    Daniel is a former HPE Fellow and Thought Leader, a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA), FSI Co-Chair of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), FINSIA Chair of the Retail and Business Banking Industry Council, Advisory Board member of Insurtech Australia, and a member of the University of Technology, Sydney’s (UTS) Bachelor of IT Steering Committee. He also serves as a technical advisor to startups, accelerators and venture capital funds globally.

    Daniel has a BS in Information Systems from Universidad del Salvador, Argentina, an MBA in International Business from L’Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC), France, and has completed the General Management Executive Education program at Harvard Business School (HBS).

  • Andrew Dart

    The Digital Insurer

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    Andrew Dart

    The Digital Insurer

    Andrew is a Partner at The Digital Insurer (TDI) and is TDI’s Regional Head for Australia & New Zealand. He heads TDI’s global Telematics & IoT practice and is Editor of TDI’s Insurance Connected monthly column. He is an adviser to a number of Insurtech & Fintech Start-ups and is ranked as a Global top 50 insurtech influencer (2018 – 2016) by InsurTech News.
    Prior to joining TDI in 2016, Andrew was at CSC, based in Asia for many years, where he was responsible for Insurance product strategy and product development.
    As a 30-year industry veteran in the Asia-Pacific region, Andrew is passionate about the transformative role financial services and technology can play in helping communities all over the world to achieve a better life.

  • Daniel Fogarty


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    Daniel Fogarty

    Chief Executive Officer & Founder

    Daniel is the CEO and Founder of Evari, an insurtech start-up and Lloyd’s coverholder, digitally servicing the insurance needs of small businesses in Australia, and licensing their cloud-based technology to insurers in multiple markets.

    Daniel is a Fellow and Board member of ANZIIF, and a member of the Advisory Committee of Insurtech Australia. Daniel was previously CEO General Insurance Australia and New Zealand for Zurich, and has held executive positions at Suncorp/Vero and at Westpac.

    He has a Masters from Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW. He is a Fellow of FINSIA, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Chartered Accountant.

  • Matthew Griffin

    FAS Global

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    Matthew Griffin

    FAS Global

    Matthew has specialised in forensic accounting for the past 15 years and has extensive claims experience in the quantification of economic loss for insurance and legal purposes. He has acted for many leading insurers, re-insurers and law firms in a range of matters, including business interruption, loss of profits, fraud/fidelity guarantee and motor vehicle accident claims. He regularly works alongside loss adjusters during the claims negotiation process and has experience dealing with claims in Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa, North America and the Middle East.  In the four years, 2014 to 2017, Matthew established the London office of FAS Global and also had responsibility for Cunningham Lindsey’s sizeable fraud investigation unit.  Having returned to Sydney he is now responsible for developing and partnering with digital technology providers to transform the loss adjusting and claims process across a range of classes of insurance.  He has presented to the industry on how technology will impact the claims adjustment process.

  • Peter Jones

    DLA Piper

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    Peter Jones

    DLA Piper

    Peter is a partner in the Intellectual Property and Technology group at DLA Piper. He advises clients on a broad range of projects involving complex contracting arrangements and has key sector experience in IT, insurance, telecommunications, financial services, logistics and health. Peter's involvement in negotiations has included advising both customer and service provider, working closely to ensure that key risks are addressed and resilient solutions included for future change. In addition, Peter often works closely with the corporate team on complex acquisition/divestment activities, including long term transitional arrangements.

    Peter advises on all matters relevant to privacy/data protection and the effects of regulatory requirements which apply to information processing and retention. He often has to consider the sometimes complex regulatory requirements and issues, which can include offshore data protection and privacy requirements, consumer protection and trade practices requirements, advertising compliance and industry-specific regulatory requirements. He has worked with multi-national insurers on their corporate venture funds and investments in new technology such as smart phone applications. Peter has also advised financial services clients on cyber resilience approaches and supply chain management practices for data.

  • Clint Kerekes

    Claim Central Consolidated

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    Clint Kerekes

    Global Chief Operations Officer
    Claim Central Consolidated

    Clint was appointed Global Chief Operating Officer, Claim Central Consolidated in February 2018.

    Clint has more than 15 years experience working in the insurance industry in a broad range of senior management roles including: operations; finance; claims management and general management across Australia, South Africa and the United States.

    His past positions include Head of Transformation and Head of Operations, Hollard Insurance Australia as well as Chief Operating Officer, Innovation Group North America.

  • Avryl Lattin

    Clyde & Co

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    Avryl Lattin

    Clyde & Co

    Avryl specialises in corporate insurance work, advising insurers, reinsurers and intermediaries on a range of regulatory and compliance issues. She has extensive transactional experience, as well as expertise advising clients (including start-up organisations) on legal and regulatory issues arising in the context of establishment and authorisation, and assisting clients with regulatory investigations. Avryl leads the Clyde & Co Innovation Committee and has delivered presentations and published a number of thought-leadership pieces considering the rise of insurtech and the legal and regulatory implications for the insurance industry.

  • Sally Kincaid

    QBE Australia & New Zealand

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    Sally Kincaid

    Chief HR Officer
    QBE Australia & New Zealand

    Sally Kincaid is the Chief HR Officer for QBE’s Australian and NZ Operations.  In this role, Sally is:

    • Leading the culture change to equip QBE to have a modern and diverse workforce for the future; and
    • Setting a new benchmark for Diversity & Inclusion in the Insurance sector through increasing female representation and using data led decision making and insights
    • Future proofing for the workforce of the future

    QBE Australia has won the Best HR Strategy Award in 2013 and Best HR Team in 2014, as well as Employer of Choice in the greater than 1,000 employees category and Best Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Program for 2015 at the Australian HR Awards.

    Sally was also Chair for the QBE Foundation which aims to help people overcome disadvantage, strengthen their abilities and lead productive and successful lives in the communities in which QBE operates through a mixture of large charity partnerships and matching employees fund raising efforts.

  • Tim Lea

    ASX listed Company (RFN)

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    Tim Lea

    Blockchain Entrepreneur, Crytpocurrency Investor & ICO Bench Expert
    ASX listed Company (RFN)

    Tim is a Blockchain Entrepreneur, Evangelist & Advisor. He is CEO of Reffind an ASX listed Company (RFN) that specializes in employee engagement and has recently completed a USD $2.1m strategic investment in Loyyal a global blockchain platform that specialises in loyalty. He is the author of the leading Blockchain Book - Down The Rabbit Hole and is a regular speaker, domestically and internationally, & an active cryptocurrency & ICO Investor. 

  • Michael McAuliffe

    World Nomads Group

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    Michael McAuliffe

    World Nomads Group

    Michael McAuliffe began his insurance career in 1977 at the age of 18 with QBE Insurance in Perth. Starting as the office junior and mail boy, he quickly moved through the underwriting ranks in various QBE branches, soon becoming Assistant Engineering Underwriter for Victoria, then moving on to be the Victorian Home Insurance Underwriter.

    In 1982, Michael was appointed Australian Personal Lines Underwriter in QBE’s global Sydney Head Office. Showing his talent and determination, he was further charged with a variety of senior positions including Global Travel Insurance Manager, Corporate Development Manager and Manager of the Sydney branch — which, at the time, was QBE’s largest branch worldwide.

    After completing an MBA at the University of Rochester, NY, and a long and successful career with QBE, Michael departed the company in 1992 to pursue his own business interests. With involvement in several entrepreneurial businesses — including direct marketing of personal lines and niche customer groups, distributing travel insurance through major travel agency chains, and member benefits marketing — [HT1] he gained experience outside the corporate brand safety net and learned what a successful business requires.

    In 2000, Michael teamed up with key internet entrepreneurs Simon Monk and Wayne Tregaskis to found what became World Nomads Group, a specialist travel insurance MGA. Through strong insurer partnerships, innovative thinking, and clever application of technology platforms developed in-house, World Nomads Group became a global distributor of travel insurance renowned for its leading, cutting-edge developments. The company was awarded the 2009 Insurance Innovator of the Year award by the Insurance Institute, and in July 2015, World Nomads was acquired by NIB Health Funds.

  • Scott Murray

    Gallagher Bassett

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    Scott Murray

    Automation Process Design Lead
    Gallagher Bassett

    Scott is an insurance industry professional with over 15 years experience working for one of Australia's largest insurance companies.  Scott has managed IT delivery teams including system implementations in Commercial Insurance, Workers Compensation and CTP along with the delivery of an offshore partnering capability with IBM based in Shanghai. 

    Over the past 5 years, Scott has managed operational business teams firstly as the manager of supply chain relationships for commercial insurance (home and motor suppliers) and most recently national supply chain manager for property and specialty claims, responsible for approximately $1b in claims spend per annum. 

    Scott’s interest in the burgeoning robotic process automation sector led him to join a Brisbane based start-up, Blackbook.AI in 2017 specialising in the automation strategy and process redesign for the insurance and financial services sectors.

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    Prash Pandit

    Head of Product
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  • Andy Parton


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    Andy Parton

    Partner | FS Advisory

    Andy Parton is a Sydney based Partner at EY. Andy has worked in financial services for the past 23 years across capital markets, wealth management, life and general insurance.  During this time he has shaped and led complex business and IT transformation engagements for clients in the UK, mainland Europe, Asia, and Australia spanning business strategy, IT strategy, offshoring, outsourcing, and large scale software implementation and business transformations.  In particular, Andy led the shaping and implementation of a $100m business transformation for a UK General Insurance client redesigning their operating model, implementing new systems and processes, and offshoring business and IT roles to reduce cost and position for growth.  Andy now specializes in business transformation in the general insurance sector.

    Within EY, Andy is Global Client Service Partner for a large global commercial and specialty insurer and is responsible for all of the services that EY provides to them. Andy also leads the Insurance IT strategy and delivery practice in EY Oceania and sits on EY’s Global Insurance Executive Committee.

    Andy is a regular industry commentator having spoken several times in Australia on the topics of digital insurance, disruption, and innovation.

    He is also a board member of a peak body charity in Australia focused on helping children and young people with a care experience.

    Prior to joining EY, Andy originally trained as a mechanical engineer and then worked at Accenture for 22 years where most recently he ran the insurance business in Australia and New Zealand.

    Andy has a BSc. (Hons) in Information Technology from the University of Salford.

  • Andrew Rear

    Munich Re Digital Partners

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    Andrew Rear

    Chief Executive
    Munich Re Digital Partners

    Andrew Rear is the Chief Executive of Munich Re Digital Partners. He joined Munich Re in 2010, leading the Asia, Africa and UK life businesses until May 2016 when he took up his current role. Digital Partners is a global business working with, and investing in, start-ups, digital verticals and the sharing economy, with the ambition of building a more engaged proposition for insurance customers. Prior to joining Munich Re, Andrew was a partner and head of the EMEA insurance practice at Oliver Wyman.

  • Jason Roberts

    Augen Software Group

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    Jason Roberts

    Strategy and Innovation Lead
    Augen Software Group

    Jason Roberts is the Strategy and Innovation Lead for Augen Software Group based out of Auckland. He is also the founder and lead for InsurTechNZ, part of FinTechNZ, the Co-founder of the Global InsurTech Alliance (GITA) and has directorships and investments in both Marketing and Insurance technology companies.

    While Jason started his insurance career with AMP in the mid 80’s Jason moved sideways into a career as a psychologist. Since the early 2000’s Jason has had multiple leadership roles with software focused companies across digital focused health, communications and financial services. 

    With a real interest in innovation, Jason brings his own entrepreneurial experiences to the fore having founded and brought to successful exit a number of technology based companies. It is this passion innovation and collaboration much behind his interest in InsurTech.

  • Kate Russell


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    Kate Russell

    Head of Corporate Partnerships

    Kate Russell is Head of Corporate Partnerships for Startupbootcamp. With a background in media and technology, her passion for innovation has led her to work with startups and scale ups around the globe as well as consulting for established entrepreneurs and companies on marketing and sales strategies. Kate founded two startups and propelled new business models for others in technology, content and mobile marketing.

    In London and Amsterdam she worked as Head of Media (EMEA) with cutting edge startups Blippar (UK) and Layar (Netherlands) who specialise in augmented reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning and computer vision technologies creating campaigns for clients like Pepsi, Net-a-Porter.com, Condé Nast and Nestlé. Kate was also Head of Content Sales and Partnerships at News Corporation (Australia). She has worked around the world and has been based in London, Amsterdam and Bangalore. 

  • Kota Okahashi

    MetLife Innovation Centre

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    Kota Okahashi

    Strategy Director & Chief of Staff LumenLab
    MetLife Innovation Centre

    Kota joined LumenLab in August 2017 as a Strategy Director and Chief of Staff, where he manages relationships with external parties across Asia and US, reporting directly to LumenLab’s CEO.

    Moreover, he conducts ongoing competitive analysis on other innovation centers across the region while contributing to strategy and projects.

    In 2016, Kota joined MetLife through the Global Leadership Development Program. In his first assignment, he was with Marketing Strategy team at Global Brand & Marketing in NY, where he managed a program of projects to advance MetLife’s marketing and customer strategies globally.

    Prior to MetLife, he worked in Tokyo for around 8 years with the Digital Products Division at Toshiba Corporation, a Japanese conglomerate, where he held numerous roles in operations, sales & marketing, finance, business planning, and strategy. He also participated in an in-house venture program and worked on business development, partnering with external institutions.

    Kota holds an MBA from the London Business School and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Forestry from the Oklahoma State University.

  • Angat Sanhu

    Oliver Wyman

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    Angat Sanhu

    Partner, Insurance & Wealth Management

    Angat Sandhu is a Partner and one of the founding members of Oliver Wyman’s Sydney office. He currently leads their Australian Insurance and Wealth Management practice. Angat is passionate about the role data, analytics and technology are playing in fundamentally changing the nature of the insurance industry and is working on helping his clients respond to this change. 

    Angat regularly publishes on these topics in trade journals and presents at industry conferences. Prior to joining Oliver Wyman, Angat worked at Macquarie Bank and Towers Watson. He is a holder of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter and the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) designation.

  • Mark Searles

    AUB Group

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    Mark Searles

    Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director
    AUB Group

    Mark has been in the role since 2013. He has over 25 years' experience in senior executive roles, including Chief Commercial Officer at CGU, a division of IAG; Managing Director, Direct & Partnerships and Chief Marketing Officer with Zurich Financial Services in the UK; and Marketing and Group Brands Director with Lloyds TSB Group.

    Mark serves on the Boards of a number of Group companies including undertaking the role of Chairman of Austagencies, AUB Group NZ, and AIMS amongst others.

    Mark holds a Diploma in Market Research, a Diploma in Advertising and Marketing and a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Studies. In addition, he has undertaken the Executive Development Program, IMD Lausanne, and the AICD Advanced Board Ready Program and AICD Diploma.

  • Julian Smith

    Meridian Energy New Zealand

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    Julian Smith

    Chief Customer Officer
    Meridian Energy New Zealand

    Julian Smith has been leading businesses for more than 15 years in Australia and NZ and has an extensive background in strategy, marketing and customer experience. He is the Chief Customer Officer for Meridian Energy in New Zealand – Meridian is the leading generator and retailer of 100% renewable energy in Australia and New Zealand.

    Julian sits on the board of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and has worked in a broad range of sectors including financial services, FMCG, retail, internet, telecommunications, utilities and government.

    Most recently he led the customer experience strategy for IAG New Zealand and was the deputy CEO for The New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission.

    A national award recipient for innovation, export growth and workplace diversity, Julian holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Auckland and an associate diploma in public speaking from Speech NZ.

  • Nick Sokolich


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    Nick Sokolich

    Global VP Sales

    At FaceMe we are passionate about people and how we can use technology to change people’s lives. We help our customers with their difficulties to scale great customer experiences. Organisations are investing in digital and AI to solve these issues, however often the connection between man and machine lacks the human touch needed to create a meaningful impact.

    Our Digital Employees enable companies to realise immediate and meaningful experiences for their customers. Their ‘human’ senses enable them to listen and respond with empathy. They offer a superior customer experience across website, mobile, branch, VR/AR, TV, phone, e-mail and text; simultaneously unshackling staff to add value where it matters. 

    I look after a highly motivated sales team. Who are changing the way organisations communicate with their customers locally and around the world.

  • Gilberto Spencer


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    Gilberto Spencer

    CEO and Co-founder

    With 10+ years in accounting, consulting and financial services, Gilberto has a track record in helping companies build better relationships with their customers.  As a claims specialist working with insurers and third-party providers, he experienced firsthand the negative impact that poor communication and outdated, non-customer centric systems can have on companies and their customers.

    This lead him to Co-Found ClaimSpace, a SAAS platform simplifying the claims process for all stakeholders, removing the friction, stress and misunderstanding that continues to pervade the industry.

  • Prue Willsford


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    Prue Willsford


    Appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance in 2013, Prue Willsford has over 25 years’ experience in financial services, business and education. 

    Prue joined ANZIIF after ten years as the General Manager of Corporate Operations with State Trustees, overseeing finance, technology, legal, compliance and investments for Victoria’s major private administrator, trustee and estates executor.  Prior to State Trustees she was employed as the Head of Investment Products for NAB, managing the development of financial products for a range of clients across the business. Prue also has experience in various finance, accounting and product management positions for Colonial Mutual and Macquarie Bank.

    Prue is an active volunteer with interests in education and urban development. She is currently a director of civil engineering firm Citywide Services Solutions. Up until her appointment, Prue also served as Deputy Chancellor of Victoria University, a 55,000 student university based in Melbourne, as part of which she was involved in the university’s governance and ceremonial duties. 

    Prue holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology. She is an ANZIIF Senior Associate and a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Governance Institute of Australia.




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3 May 2018

  • ICC Sydney
    14 Darling Drive
    Sydney NSW 2000
  • 8.00am—8.30am Registration
    8.30am—5.40pm Conference
    5.40pm—6.40pm Networking Drinks
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