ALUCA Momentum Conference 2023
11 – 13 October 2023 at the QT Hotel in Canberra, ACT
ALUCA is delighted to be hosting delegates from around the Australasian region at our next in-person life insurance conference in Canberra ACT.
The theme for the 2023 ALUCA Biennial Conference is ‘momentum’, building upon the achievements of the life insurance industry over the last 3 years despite extraordinary challenges. From the industry working together to transform the IDII offering in the market, through to vast regulatory changes and rebuilding trust with consumers, we have shifted our thinking and processes to overcome recent obstacles. How can we continue this momentum to future-proof the industry?
The speakers, content and networking events of the ALUCA Biennial Conference are specifically catered for all areas of life insurance such as underwriting, claims, rehabilitation, management, legal and regulatory and more. Whether you work in insurance, reinsurance, superannuation or with industry service providers – we look forward to welcoming you in Canberra in October 2023.
Want to make an impression at a highly targeted event? There is no better opportunity to make contacts and present your products or services to life insurance professionals than at ALUCA’s upcoming biennial conference.
ALUCA Conferences are highly recommended by life insurance professionals. In 2022, ALUCA’s Connect Conference was hugely successful and well-received with members, with over 90% of attendees surveyed rating the overall content 4 or 5 stars out of 5. Some of the feedback received included;
“Overall, the conference was the best I’ve been to. Both in terms of content and socialising.”
“A great spread (of content) across underwriting, claims, medical scientific and business development.”
“I had a great time. The turnout was great, the atmosphere was buzzing, and the program was excellent.”
“I can comfortably say that it was a great conference and I was able to take away a lot of snippets and a heap of learning. Also made a lot of new contacts and reconnected with people I have not seen in a long time.”