InsuranceERM and Insurance Asset Risk are delighted to announce that the annual Insurance Risk & Capital Bermuda conference will take place on 26 October 2023.
The conference will cover the most pressing issues facing the re/insurance industry in Bermuda, with a view from Chief Risk Officers, Chief Actuaries, Chief Investment Officers, and Chief Sustainability Officers.
We not only shared great content with insights from superb speakers, but we also brought the insurance risk community together.
If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, please contact Adam Jordan at [email protected], to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
Some of the topics that will be covered include:
Geopolitics, inflation, and monetary policy
Challenges and opportunities for Bermuda’s insurance market
Chief Risk Officers in conversation
The future of cyber insurance
Bermuda’s climate journey
The role of illiquids and risky assets on an insurer's balance sheet
Reasons to attend
We are proud that over 70% of the delegates who attend this event are re/insurers and regulators/investors.
Bringing the insurance risk community together
Prudential Financial's CRO discusses interest rates, AI and climate risk
Meyrick Douglas has contended with banking stress in the US, rising interest rates, edgy markets and ChatGPT since becoming Prudential Financial's chief risk officer in November 2022. He sits down with Ronan McCaughey to discuss. Additional reporting by Paul Walsh
FIO abolition bill gets strong support from insurance group
Texas Senator's bill would rid US of "an unnecessary federal bureaucracy, says PIA
The Hartford nixes fossil fuel phase out proposal at AGM
Green Century proposal got 8.8% of votes, but industry remains conservative, says Andrea Ranger
"Exciting and scary": the insurance regulator's view on AI
What does the proliferation of AI technology mean for a cautious industry like insurance? And how can regulators police this potentially limitless technology? The chair of the NAIC's innovation group, Kathleen Birrane, talks about the challenge with Sarfraz Thind
S&P revises risk-based capital adequacy criteria for re/insurers
New proposals could impact ratings of 10% of insurers globally