Underwriting – Are We Netflix or Blockbuster?


Underwriting – Are We Netflix or Blockbuster?

July 20, 2020

Podcast: Underwriting – Are we Netflix or Blockbuster? Hear from Chris Behling, Chief Underwriter, US & Head of Underwriting, Americas at Swiss Re Life and Healthas we explore the future of underwriting.

About Chris Behling:

Chris Behling is Hub Head and Chief Underwriter, Managing Director, Life and Health Americas.

Chris joined Swiss Re in April 2017, leading strategy for the US Life & Health Division.  In his roles at Swiss Re, Chris is focused on helping clients meet the needs of their customers, prepare for the future and ultimately close the $26T US protection gap.

Prior to joining Swiss Re, Chris worked at AXA where he led National Accounts, Business Development, Specialty Markets and Sales Operations for AXA’s US life business. This was a return to AXA, the company where he started his career in insurance. To read his full bio click here.

Underwriting – Are We Netflix or Blockbuster?

About the Host

Jon Cooper

Jon is an entrepreneur with a passion for solving problems through innovation. With over 15 years experience in the insurance industry, Cooper has held leadership roles spanning across technology, consulting and corporate development. Cooper holds a bachelor's degrees from The University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School, where he is a frequent lecturer, and was the recipient of three entrepreneurship awards.

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