Earnix Pricing & Innovation Summit

Why a Pricing & Innovation Summit?

For financial services companies that strive to capture and hold to a leadership position, innovation is a must, not a luxury. In an age marked by data explosion and instant access to information, banks and insurers that are quick to take advantage of new advances in customer analytics and pricing are able to separate themselves from the rest of the crowd.

Who should attend the Summit?

This is an exclusive event for executives from the financial services industries, with attendees including heads of business line, head of retail, chief actuaries, heads of pricing / product, and other related positions from leading banks and insurance companies worldwide.

What is the Summit programme?

The Summit programme is designed to provide attendees with the outmost experience, combining lectures from distinguished banking and insurance innovators and an opportunity to socialise with industry peers from around the world during the breaks and evening activities.

Who are the speakers?

The speaker line-up is filled with renowned banking and insurance innovators who will be sharing their experiences with summit attendees. The plenary keynote speaker of the Summit is Professor Dan Ariely, a 3-time renowned TED.com speaker and Author of the book “Predictably Irrational – The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions”.

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Dan Ariely

Insurance keynote speaker is Brian Sullivan, Owner and Chief Editor, Risk Information Inc; and Chairman of the Auto Insurance Report National Conference and Property Insurance Report National Conference. Additional notable speakers and Panelists include Jairam Sridharan, President, Consumer Lending, Axis Bank India; Dan Bolland, Global Head of Retail Analytics at large UK bank; Lars Tonnesen, SVP and Director of Consumer and Small Business Lending Pricing, Citibank, North America; Peter Jackson, CEO of Travelex and other prominent leaders in the financial services industry, Owen Morris, Retail Underwriter Officer at Aviva UK; Mark Airey, Director of Insurance Pricing and Analytics, Tesco Bank UK. The Summit Programme can be viewed here.

Where does the event take place?

The Earnix Pricing and Innovation Summit 2013 will take place at the May Fair Hotel in London, a legendary luxury hotel with a glamorous past. The May Fair was first opened by King George V in 1927 and offers over 400 luxury hotel bedrooms, including 12 of the capital’s most memorable hotel suites, a discreet spa, a fine-dining restaurant and the quintessential London Casino.

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The May Fair Hotel

Stratton St London W1J 8LT, United Kingdom +44 20 7769 4041 http://www.themayfairhotel.co.uk/ All room reservations must be made individually through the Hotel’s reservation department. A group rate is reserved for our delegates, please mention the code “TAY2210” while making your room reservation. Alternative hotels in the near vicinity are: Washington Mayfair 4 * http://www.washington-mayfair.co.uk/default-en.html London Hilton Park Lane 5 * http://www.parklanehilton.com/

What is the registration fee?

Registration fee is £690 if registered by June 30. Registration fee is £790 if registered after June 30. All registration fees are subject to a 20% VAT. The registration fee includes entrance to the lectures, dinner on the 23rd and lunch on the 24th. Please note that the capacity of the event is limited, so make sure to book your space! Registration is open for Insurance Carriers and Banking Professionals only.

From Last Year\’s Summit

“The Earnix summit was truly a rare and marvellous opportunity to be exposed to some of the latest ideas and finest thinkers with respect to insurance. I learned a ton.”

Alan Bauer, former Direct Group President, Progressive Insurance

“What I liked about the Earnix Summit was the deep insight and open discussion about fundamentally important industry problems.”

Peter Hubbard, Group Chief Executive with UK General

“The uniqueness of the Earnix Summit was in the forum of executive and technical analytical savvy professionals. This was indeed the right forum to discuss pricing optimisation and behavioural economics.”

Peter Jackson, Travelex CEO