Inspiring change in the UK general insurance industry

Are major insurers facing a Blockbuster moment, destined to become an irrelevance, or can the industry undertake a Netflix style reinvention? Insurance2025 will be challenging the industry to confront its future and analysing success stories from markets facing similar threats.

Aimed at insurers, brokers and service provider executives leading the charge over the next five years, Insurance2025 will be of particular interest to project managers and their teams – including their C-suite level sponsors.

Programme Highlights:

  • What does the consumer of the future look like? Opening proceedings, Ian Hughes, CEO of Consumer Intelligence will explore what the main trends in consumer behaviour mean for insurance buying habits.
  • Bridging the skills gap - the CII's Keith Richards and Sam White, CEO of Pukka Insurance discuss the skillset that will be needed by the insurance workforce of the future.
  • Huw Evans, director general of the ABI looks at the issues that will need to be addressed to formulate an effective people strategy for insurance in 2025.
  • Are Insurtechs successfully integrating into insurance? In one of the Insurance2025's heated debates Ed Leon Klinger from Flock argues the case for Insurtechs with Elaine Mason from Belvedere Mead arguing against.
  • Case studies reveal valuable insights from other industries that have successfully moved from bricks to clicks.
  • Get the low down on the technologies like cloud, chatbots and smart homes in small interactive huddles.
  • Tech in Action - see the latest tech developments in a series of quick-fire presentations and demonstrations.
  • Cast your vote in The Big Insurance Debate: Will insurers have a Blockbuster video future with only a few players remaining?

Insurance2025 builds on lessons we learnt from three previous Insurance Times Innovation and Disruption events, the first forums to start addressing the digital disruption facing general insurance.  Last year’s event further broadened the scope, giving delegates a more comprehensive picture of what it will be like to work in the industry in five years’ time.

Join us again this year as we continue to forge ahead with a focus on inspirational case studies and current research and a series of challenging debate sessions that will have you on the edge of your seats.  For the first time, there will also be a chance to quiz a set of start ups on what they can offer your business in our quickfire Meet the Insurtechs stream.


Insurance 2025 is a must-attend event that will leave you better able to deliver an internal agenda for change. We believe this requires a team-based approach so are offering generous discounts for group bookings. The earlier you register, the less you will pay and you’ll also be able to guarantee your place at your chosen sessions.

SPECIAL OFFER: The first 50 Broker/Insurer/Claims Specialist tickets are available at a special reduced rate of £195 + VAT. Book NOW to avoid disappointment.

Brokers/Insurer/Claims Specialist*

Early bird - £295 + VAT
Standard - £395 + VAT

Service Provider**

If you provide services to the insurance industry and would like to attend Insurance2025, please contact Richard Turner for more information.


Book 3 tickets and get a
4th place free
(discount is applied automatically)
For discount for larger groups contact Leah Keating

Insurtech startups

If you are an Insurtech Startup at seed stage (in business for less than 3 years) and would like to attend Insurance2025 please contact
Leah Keating

  • Early bird rate available until midnight on 31st May 2019
  • We define brokers, insurers and loss/claims adjustors as practitioners. Your registration will be cancelled if you do not fit this criteria. Please check before booking if you're unsure*
  • We define law firms, consultants, software and technology vendors and any company that offers any other service to brokers/insurers/claims practitioners as Service Providers**


The event is expected to attract 300 plus insurers, brokers and claims specialists from across the UK insurance industry. Sponsorship opportunities can be tailored to suit your particular business objectives; from raising brand awareness, to product launches to building a reputation as a thought leader. To find out more about the benefits of sponsorship and how to get involved contact:

Richard Turner
head of sales
020 7618 3408

Jack Thomson
account manager
020 7618 3433

Thanks to this year's sponsors

When & where

Wednesday 3 July

etc. St Paul’s
200 Aldersgate
London, EC1A 4HD

How to get there

Nearest tube & train stations – St Paul’s (Central) and Barbican (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City)

Contact us


Richard Turner
head of sales
020 7618 3408


Ekaterina Dimitrova
events researcher
020 7618 3452

Event management

Mandy O’Connor
head of UK events
020 7618 3470


Leah Keating
events & recruitment sales manager
020 7618 3434