Learn how blockchain is affecting the insurance industry so you can serve and advise your clients better.
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Learn how blockchain can transform the insurance industry so you can better advise your clients, serve your organizations, or influence blockchain technology initiatives within your firm.
You'll deep dive into technology use cases for property and casualty, life and re-insurance as you explore the transformative uses for blockchain technologies within the industry;
Language you can understand. This course also features an easy-to-follow video moderated by Kirk Phillips, CPA , and spotlights interviews by 12 insurance industry experts. Using language finance professionals can understand, Phillips speaks from the standpoint of accountants and auditors, offering background information on blockchain; basic knowledge on insurance; and, knowledge on how blockchain could be applied to insurance industry to significantly improve the status of all stages of insurance.
This course is also available via a webcast.
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