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.
Amid the disruption of a global pandemic that has impacted countless people and communities around the world, insurance fraudsters have continued to pursue and often advance their destructive work.
To help ensure the industry stays connected in the fight against fraud, RGA will be hosting the 9th Annual RGA Fraud Conference virtually August 16-20. The event will consist of two morning sessions each day and offer 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 lineup features a full complement of subject matter experts covering today’s most pressing fraud-related issues: the latest in schemes, detection techniques, and approaches to preventing pervasive insurance and financial fraud. Following record attendance in 2020, we plan to make this year’s conference the best-attended RGA Fraud Conference ever, featuring fraud experts from across industries, functions, and geographies.
The event will be translated live in more than 15 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. To access instructions on how to add a language to your computer, click here. It is important to note most companies will prevent employees from adding additional, non-native languages to their computers. You may need to contact your IT department to make language setting changes. To access instructions on how to use Wordly during the conference, click here.
|CONFERENCE AGENDA (ALL TIMES ARE CDT)|
|MONDAY, AUGUST 16|
|8:45AM||Conference welcome and opening remarks|
|9:00AM||Traveling Through Fraud: What Does It Look Like Today?|
Robyn Wallner, VP, Chief Underwriter, Ameritas
|10:00AM||Evolution of the Online Scam |
Josh Morrill, Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, St. Louis Division
|TUESDAY, AUGUST 17|
|9:00AM||Agent Fraud: A Case Study in How Fraudsters Impersonate Agents to Commit Fraud and How MassMutual is Combatting this Threat|
Melissa Glynn, Head of Fraud Operations and Controls, MassMutual
|10:00AM||Applications of Digital Data for Fraud and Outlier Detection in Long-Term Care |
Char Hu, Ph.D., CEO, The Helper Bees
|WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18|
|9:00AM||"Psychological Autopsy" A Forensic Profile in Suicide Cases|
Craig Williamson, Special Investigation Unit Manager, Farmers New World Life Insurance Company
|10:00AM||Charting a Clear Vision for Fighting Insurance Fraud – Issues and Challenges in Decade of the 2020s|
Matthew J. Smith, Executive Director, Coalition Against Insurance Fraud
|THURSDAY, AUGUST 19|
|9:00AM||COVID and the Brain: What We Know from the Early Research|
Kristin Fiano, Ph.D., ABPP, Clinical Director of Neuropsychology, PsyBar
|10:00AM||A Statistical Approach to Fraud, Waste & Abuse in Healthcare |
Ricardo C. Casares, AudaMedic Director, Solera Technology
|FRIDAY, AUGUST 20|
|9:00AM||Jumbo Treaty Breaches: A Multibillion-Dollar Exposure Solved |
Trey Reynolds, Executive Vice President, Strategy & New Business Development, MIB Group, Inc.
The Ever-Evolving World of COVID and Fraud and Its Impact on the Insurance Business
Moderated by Marilda Kotze, VP, Head of Global Claims, RGA
We hope to see you online for this one-of-a-kind event!