Blockchain meets re/insurance - China Re's approach
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In this IIL reinsurance lecture Yuan Xue will talk about the impact of Blockchain technology on the specialty insurance sector in connecting with other sectors of business on a global scale.
In 2018, China Re P&C initiated the first Blockchain platform into the China nuclear pool. The ground-breaking technology has the potential to reduce business complexity, increase supply chain transparency, effectively monitor and track the life cycle of an asset, enhance site security and improve regulatory oversight.
The disruptive nature of Blockchain has the potential of radically changing the way re/insurance is placed and used in the future. The technology will serve the purpose of making the industry more efficient, secure and productive.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- How China Re initiates the Blockchain platform into the China nuclear pool
- China Re's forecast: On the application of Blockchain technologies in the global market
- China Re's forecast: How Blockchain technology can help specialty the specialty insurance industry, its benefits and outlook
Caroline Bedford, Head of Digital Minds, DXT Technology (Co-Chair)
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