2016 Insurance Market Summit

Insurance Market Summit

2016 Insurance Market Summit

CT IFS' fifth annual signature event will explore the variety and magnitude of global forces - technological, geopolitical and regulatory - that are leading the industry into new areas of risk and opportunity.  The full-day gathering of insurance leaders, practitioners and business-focused media will feature a distinguished panel of chief executives, preceded by Practical Futurist Michael Rogers, who will frame industry trends, challenges and opportunities through the prism of tomorrow and beyond.

Roger W. Crandall
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company

Rodney O. Martin, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Voya Financial

Christopher J. Swift
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
The Hartford

Panel Moderator:
Woody E. Bradford, CFA
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Register for the 2016 IMS 
You will be directed to the MetroHartford Alliance website to process your registration.

Individual Ticket
(Open Seating): $300
Reserved Table
(8 Seats) for CT IFS Members: $1,500
Reserved Table
(8 Seats) for Non-Members of CT IFS: $2,000

Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Insurance Market Summit?  
Contact CT IFS Executive Director Susan Winkler for details.

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The Insurance Market Summit is the preeminent gathering of insurance executives hosted in Hartford, the nation’s Insurance Capital.  The signature event, hosted by CT IFS, showcases the unique perspective of some of the most prominent leaders and companies in today’s global insurance industry and delivers an unparalleled opportunity to learn, network and engage against the backdrop of Connecticut’s insurance expertise, talent and innovation.  More than 350 practitioners, senior leaders and business-focused media convene each November to hear from the brightest minds and to explore the transformative forces in insurance practice.

CT IFS Members