Technology is transforming the way people live, work and play as well as their expectations. It is also transforming the life and health insurance sector, with insurers exploring how they can deploy technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their operations.
At the 2019 SCOR Annual Conference, Sylvain Gauden, Chief Underwriting Officer for Marine and Energy at SCOR Global P&C, led a panel that explored how industries leverage technology and data – including blockchain, big data, artificial intelligence and predictive models – to better monitor their supply chains and improve security and services. Panel members included Francoise Carli of SICMEC; Lars Henneberg of MAERSK; Michel Josset of FAURECIA; and Pauline Des Vallières of SCOR Global P&C.
At the 2019 SCOR Annual Conference, Daniel Theben and Henry Bovy led an interactive discussion on the expanding risk universe – and what it means for the (re)insurance industry. The challenge for insurers is to manage the downsides of existing and new emerging risk while seizing opportunities to provide new solutions and support for their clients. This requires (re)insurers to pro-actively identify, assess and capture emerging risks in their risk models, once relevant for their risk profile.
The comorbidity between HIV and cancer is proven - cancer can grow by invading the host’s immune defenses and benefiting from a loss of immunological control. Thanks to treatments, people living with HIV are living longer, but HIV seems to accelerate the ageing process, with a high incidence of cancer in HIV-carrying patients.
Our human capital is our n°1 asset. Development and growth are two of the Group's keywords. We aim to maximise the potential of each employee through a policy based on fairness, integrity and mutual respect.
A key moment in a career, integration within the Group is an important step that SCOR monitors closely, by tailoring and customizing programs designed to welcome new employees and encourage rapid understanding of the new environment.
SCOR organizes integration seminars and provides online training tools to help new employees to settle into their new jobs. Integration can only be successful through a collective effort, so we are committed to the involvement of all stakeholders: managers, HR teams and new joiners.
SCOR supports you throughout your career
SCOR is particularly focused on developing the expertise, knowledge and career paths of its employees. In this regard, a whole range of additional facilities has been implemented in order to support and assist employees in their professional development.
SCOR firmly believes in professional and international mobility. We encourage internal applications across all countries and business units. The development of expertise and professionalism is our best guarantee of success.
SCOR attaches great importance to the maintenance and development of expertise and individual skills. To meet the Group’s training and development needs, a structure called SCOR University has been created.
Through SCOR University the Group ensures a high level of knowledge and the application of best practices, whilst preparing its teams for future challenges.
SCOR also ensures that its employees update their knowledge in line with the rapid evolution of our activity and business environment.
Committed to the constant development of the knowledge, know-how and skills necessary to advance business
Always takes the needs expressed by the employees themselves into consideration
Aims to strengthen the “business partner” relationship between management, HR, and employees
Consequently uses a single global, common process based on the joint analysis of training needs
Aligns all of the training actions throughout the Group, ensuring global access to all training actions, while respecting cultural specificities and local practices.
SCOR University training is structured around 3 pillars: