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Anke Siebers

Life/Health Insurance Education Consultant, Cologne

Anke Siebers joined the Gen Re Business School in 2005. She develops seminars and publications for the international and German Life markets. Anke is mainly responsible for seminar topics in international Life, Critical Illness and Disability underwriting and the publication, Underwriting Focus

  • RPaktuell 2018, Nr. 1

    Issue: Aug 31, 2018|Deutsch

    Chancen und Möglichkeiten, die sich für die Risikoprüfung aus der Digitalisierung ergeben können. Die potenziellen Veränderungen sind vielfältig: Produktgestaltung, Antragsprozess und Risikobewertung stehen u. a. vor großen Neuerungen.

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  • Underwriting Focus 2018, No. 1

    Issue: May 29, 2018|English

    “The Future of Underwriting” is the topic of the current edition. The insurance world, as well as the underwriting process, will be undergoing tremendous changes. Buzzwords – such as “digitalisation”, “big data” or “artificial intelligence” – are increasingly...

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  • Underwriting Focus 2017, No. 1

    Issue: Apr 20, 2017|English

    Underwriting applicants with mental problems is challenging. The medical evaluation of anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and eating disorders will be complemented by case studies and underwriting recommendations.

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  • Insurers Shouldn’t Stigmatize Epilepsy

    By Anke Siebers |Feb 13, 2017|English

    Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that can affect people of all ages. According to the WHO, some 50 million people around the world have epilepsy and an estimated 2.4 million new diagnoses are made each year. The condition has significant implications...

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