London, The Great Hall, November 18-19, 2020
CRIF exhibits at the FinTech World Forum 2020
For more information: https://fintechconferences.com/
February 25, 2020, London
ABI Annual Conference 2020
CRIF at the 2020 edition of the ABI Annual Conference. The event will bring industry leaders, politicians and regulators together to debate the major issues affecting the insurance and long-term savings industry in the UK. For more information: www.abi.org.uk/events/annual-conference-2020/
London, Association of British Insurers, UK Head Office, 29 January 2020
CRIF at the ABI Civil Justice Reform conference
With the the Civil Liability Act, the announcement of the new Personal Injury Discount Rate in August 2019 and the imminent changes to the compensation regime for soft tissue injuries coming into place in April 2020, this event provides an overview of the reform process and of the challenges ahead. Learn more
QEII Centre, London, 13 – 14 November 2019
CRIF at Insurance Innovators Summit 2019
CRIF will attend the Insurance Innovators Summit, the Europe’s leading general insurance conference. The very best of the insurance industry comes together for two intense days to challenge the world of insurance.
BOLOGNA (ITALY) AND BARCELONA (SPAIN) MARCH, 30 2020
CRIF signs agreement for the acquisition of 100% of Strands Inc. to create a worldwide digital solutions provider for open banking business
CRIF announces an agreement to acquire the total shareholding of Strands, a FinTech company specialised in advanced digital banking solutions. The closing of the deal is expected to be finalized in the coming weeks.
CRIF at the ABI Annual Conference 2020
Today at the ABI Annual Conference 2020 industry leaders, politicians and regulators discussed the most pressing issues affecting the UK insurance industry. How will political and reputational risks change in 2020? How are ethics and reputation interpreted in the age of data revolution?
FREE WHITE PAPER | How can banks and insurers effectively partner in the digital era?
Nowadays banks have reduced their branch networks both as a cost cutting exercise and because many customers no longer wanted to physically visit the bank to carry out their banking. How can banks and insurers effectively partner in the digital era?
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