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Attend Virtually and Fight Fraud Globally


The FBI says insurance fraud costs the average U.S. family as much as $700 a year in increased premiums. And that number is growing.

While COVID-19 has created many uncertainties, one thing is for sure: fraudsters are still hard at work, and they’re taking advantage in these extraordinary times. The need for the RGA Fraud Conference has never been greater. 

To ensure we stay connected in the fight against fraud, RGA will be hosting the 8th Annual RGA Fraud Conference virtually August 17-21. The event will consist of two morning sessions each day and offers an agenda filled with the compelling, useful content you’ve come to expect. And as always, there is no cost to attend. 

This year’s presentation line-up (see below) features a full complement of subject matter experts covering today’s most pressing fraud matters: the latest in fraud schemes, detection techniques, and approaches to preventing pervasive insurance and financial fraud. This will be the best-attended RGA Fraud Conference in its eight-year history as more fraud fighters from across industries, functions, and geographies will be attending from cities across the globe. 

Register now to ensure you receive conference communications, including links to register for specific sessions and login information for what is sure to be an incredible event.




CONFERENCE AGENDA (ALL TIMES ARE CDT)
MONDAY, AUGUST 17
8:45AMConference welcome and opening remarks
9:00AMNorm Leblond, VP, Chief Underwriter and Claims Risk Officer, Sun Life Financial Canada
10:00AMCraig Byrkit, Vice President, Global Information Security and Privacy Officer, RGAX
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18
9:00AMRobert Waterman, Head of Fraud Operations, Mass Mutual
10:00AMJason Caroluzzi, Executive Vice President; and Chuck Angiolillo, Client Relations Director, Ethos Risk Services
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19
9:00AMPaul Marquez, Vice President, Business Development, Diligence Group
10:00AMBrad Morgan, Business Intelligence Lead, Pindrop
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20
9:00AMEvangelina Brooks, Chief, Division of Investigative & Forensic Services, Florida Bureau of Insurance Fraud
10:00AMSean Merat, CEO; Vahid Mirjalili, COO; Mike Boag, Head of Growth, OWL
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21
9:00AMMike Caldarazzo, National Accounts, Lemieux & Associates
10:00AMCOVID Panel Discussion featuring Dr. Dave Rengachary, SVP and Chief Medical Director, RGA



We hope to see you online for this one-of-a-kind event!


RGA Articles on Fraud

Practical Steps for Underwriters to Combat Fraud Amid COVID-19


How to prevent fraudsters from taking advantage of this climate of uncertainty.
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Shades of Fraud: An Actuary’s Call

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Lieutenant Columbo’s Lessons for Detecting Insurance Fraud

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How Demographics and Attitudes Impact Insurance Fraud

Explore the Q&A with the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud’s Matthew Smith. 
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Life Insurance Application Fraud in the Wake of COVID-19


Increased opportunities for fraud require proactive prevention plans.
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Fraud Protection

Awareness and vigilance are essential tools to battle fraudulent claims.
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All in the Family: Detecting Community Fraud

How can insurance fraud by itinerant clans and family groups be reduced, and even prevented?
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Combating Insurance Fraud Amid COVID-19’s Catastrophic Cascade


How life and health insurers can overcome a potential recipe for disaster.
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RGA Global Claims Fraud Survey

Fraud is one of the constant challenges facing claims professionals around the world. 
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Investigating Life Insurance Fraud and Abuse


To better understand fraud, RGA surveyed insurers and researched trends. 
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