InsuranceERM and Insurance Asset Risk are delighted to announce that the annual Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference will take place in London on 4 December 2023.
The conference will cover the most pressing issues facing the re/insurance industry in the region, with a view from Chief Risk Officers, Chief Actuaries 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 key areas of discussion include:
The CRO’s role in supporting the insurance industry’s transformation
Tech innovation and what this really means for the insurance sector
Reputational risk and resiliency
Investments and capital management from the risk perspective
Meeting climate risk regulatory expectations
Total balance sheet approach to net zero commitments
Reasons to attend
We are proud that over 70% of the delegates who attend this event are re/insurers and regulators.
Bringing the insurance risk community together
Selected 2021 Video Panels
UK insurers face fractured climate politics under Rishi Sunak's net-zero approach
But industry still hopes for transition opportunities in the government's policy
Lloyd's markets chief explains plan to expand LCM5 peak perils list
The market is also exploring risk products covering state-backed cyber-attacks attacks
Reinsurers expand their risk radars, but usual suspects aren't far away
The emerging risks identified by reinsurers at the annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre (RVS) event included some familiar foes and new additions, but all are being targeted with confidence. Paul Walsh reports
Fema's Risk Rating 2.0 comes under further political scrutiny
US government agency has until Monday to deliver documents on embattled flood model
Insurers welcome finalised TNFD recommendations
Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosures guidance issued this week