OneLife, a Luxembourg-based insurance firm specialised in cross-border financial planning and wealth management, recently held its “OneLife Digital Days” conference to tap into that current.
The firm is in the process of implementing regtech (regulatory technology) systems to digitalise the client onboarding process, the company said in an email to Delano. This includes digital services that will help OneLife meet “know your client” and anti-money laundering requirements, for example.
So its technology conference, held on 14 and 15 June, was a chance “to raise employees’ awareness of what the digital world of tomorrow will be like and its major impact on the job market,” according to the company’s summary. This included demonstrating a wide set of technologies, ranging from 3D printing to blockchain.
Marc Stevens, the insurance company’s CEO, said it “is investing to bridge the gaps in understanding about digital and what it can concretely bring to the everyday life of each employee.”
The company’s message quoted Nicolas Schmit, the labour minister, as saying: “I appreciate OneLife’s approach. Skills are fundamental and have to be constantly developed. It’s a subject that has to be carefully considered. We should all collaborate to make Luxembourg better in this respect. Together, we can succeed”.