Equip yourself with the latest thinking, practical guidance, and insights into current data management challenges at our 4th annual Data for ERM & Solvency II conference in London.
Meet representatives from Achmea, AIG, Allianz, ArgoGlobal, Assicurazioni Generali, Aviva, Chaucer Syndicates, Chubb, Darta Savings Life Assurance, Delta Lloyd Group, FM Insurance, General Re, Gjensidige, Hiscox, Just Retirement, Legal & General, Munich Re, NFU Mutual, NN Group, Phoenix Group, RiverStone, Royal London Group, Swiss Re, Talbot Underwriting, The Co-operative Insurance, Tokio Marine Kiln, Torus, Vitality Health, Wesleyan, Zurich and many more.
Discuss the latest regulatory developments with the following regulators: Bank of England, Central Bank of Ireland, De Nederlandsche Bank, EIOPA, European Central Bank, Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein, Italian Insurance Supervisory Authority, Prudential Regulation Authority
"Very well done" - Direct Line Group
A host of top-notch speakers have been confirmed for the day, including:
- Anne Leslie-Bini, Associate Director, Bearing Point
- Antoine Bourdais, Director, Banking and Insurance Division, Invoke
- Beju Shah, Regulatory Data, Data Standards and Europe, Prudential Regulatory Authority
- Christian Dahmen, Chief Risk Officer Health, Munich Re
- Christopher Ling, Vice President, Capgemini
- Colin Lethbridge, Solvency II Data Governance Lead, Aviva
- David Lodge, Global Data Governance Manager and Senior Operational Risk Consultant, Allianz
- Dean Buckner, Data Specialist, Prudential Regulation Authority
- Dominic Rau, Head Risk Governance & Steering, SWISS RE
- Emmanuel Archampong, Business Development Manager, Royal london Asset Management
- Grant Mitchell, Chief Actuary General Insurance, The Co-operative Insurance
- Hamaad Shah, Quantity Analytics Manager, AIG
- Hubert Deroubaix, Head of European Regulatory Product, Interactive Data
- Ivo Roest, Project Manager Data Quality, NN Group N.V.
- John Scott, Chief Risk Officer, Zurich
- John Joyce, Head of Risk Management, Allianz
- Lewis Webber, Senior Manager, Financial Stability and Risk Capital Markets Division, Bank of England
- Louisa Renoux, Head of Solvency II Project, Fédération Nationale de la Mutualité Française
- Mark Moss, Business Development Manager, Tagetik
- Mark Sinclair McGarvie, Partner & Chief Technology Officer, RPC
- Natasha Regan, Director, RPC
- Nicolette Post, Program Manager Data Quality, Delta Lloyd Group
- Paul Appleton, Senior Manager Accounting Policy, Lloyd's
- Roger Dix, Chief Risk Officer, Wesleyan
- Susan Wright, Regulatory & Compliance Specialist, The Investment Association
- Vibeke Edvardsen , Director, Process Improvement, MBE
Some of the forward thinking sessions you can't afford to miss include:
- Examining the business value of data gathered for Solvency II
- Regulatory perspective: lessons learnt and expectations post January 2016
- Examining the merits and role of a dedicated data officer
- Solvency II Pillar 3 - Reporting to a tighter timescale
- Turning risk data into information to aid decision-making
- The evolution of risk modelling
- Data management in an M&A situation
- Ensuring that your data governance framework is sufficiently agile to cope with the changing regulatory landscape
- Sourcing data from investment portfolios
- Discharging Solvency II responsibilities: a Board perspective
Register by the end of Friday 18 March for a 20% early bird discount.
Subscribers receive a 40% discount. This is applied to the early bird rate if registering before 18 March.
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Focus on: hot topics discussed at this conference
The evolution of risk modelling
At a recent InsuranceERM/Towers Watson roundtable, modelling experts discussed what they want from risk models and the potential drawbacks to innovative approaches. "Risk modelling methods and the supporting technology have moved on dramatically"...Tim Thornham, financial modelling solutions director, Aviva.
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Data reporting in the top 10 regulatory issues for 2016
In a recent report, Deloitte has urged insurance companies to prepare for further reporting requirements on big data and cybersecurity. The foremost practical challenge this year is the regulatory requirements under Solvency II, although firms are prepared...[Find out more]
Strong data is the key to ensuring quality
A company-wide understanding of the importance of data is the best way to ensure its quality, according to insurers. In an InsuranceERM article Roger Dix, chief risk officer for Wesleyan, said there is a growing need for a "chief data officer" role to oversee the production and use of data...[Find out more]