Insurance CEOs may be confident in their current market position, but they also recognize that they face an uncertain future where new innovations, technologies and operational risks will upset the status quo and catalyze further disruption.
As insurers start to transform their organizations and embrace new models and technologies, the risk landscape is changing. In fact, according to insurance CEOs, the most concerning risks today are those related to people, processes and emerging technology.
Thirty-six percent of CEOs participating in this year's survey admitted they are concerned about emerging technology risks (up from 29 percent in 2016), ranking this as the top risk for CEOs this year. And 45 percent of respondents said they expect technological innovation to create significant disruption in the sector over the next three years.