Sollers Consulting warmly invites you to the 2nd WineTasting in London.
It will be the perfect opportunity to network with industry peers and find out more about the latest digital trends in Insurance. There will be well-known guest speakers from major insurance companies. You will also taste carefully selected wines from the South African Simonsig winery.

Attendance by invitation only


5.30 p.m. Aperitif & networking
6.30 p.m. Official welcome & wine presentation
7.00 p.m. CxO panel discussion feat. Anthony Hobkinson and Martin Milliner
'Claims as the Moment of Truth'
8.00 p.m. Dedicated wine tasting sessions* & networking

*In order to participate in a dedicated wine tasting session, please tick the right box in the registration form below.

Previous Edition

You can find the summary of our inaugural event here.

Other Sollers' events


Find out more about the Simonsig Winery


Venue & Contact

  • Date:
  • 3rd October 2019
  • (Thursday)
  • Venue:
  • Factory House
    37 Leadenhall Place
    London EC3M 7AA
  • Contact:
  • londonwt@sollers.eu
  • Jarosław Kawalec
  • +48 735 209 246
  • Anna Zdziemborska
  • +48 601 441 291

About Sollers

Sollers Consulting is an international business advisory and software implementation specialist supporting the financial industry in business transformations. Sollers Consulting teams have supported more than 70 financial groups in enhancing their digital capabilities, including Allianz, AXA, LV=, BNP Paribas Cardif, Basler, Generali, Zurich, Santander Consumer Bank, and ING.

Sollers Consulting specializes in IT systems that help insurers, banks, and leasing companies transform and adapt to new technologies. The company offers RIFE, a digital platform designed for the needs of the insurance industry. Sollers Consulting cooperates with more than 15 technology providers such as Guidewire Software, Tia Technology, Fadata, Oracle, AWS, and Microsoft. Approximately 600 business and IT specialists from Warsaw, Lublin, Poznan, Cologne, Tokyo, and Copenhagen are helping financial institutions in Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Scandinavia, and many other countries reap the benefits of digitalization.

For more information visit www.sollers.eu