Join the conversation in New York on ERM, capital management and insurtech

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The latest insights, expertise and best practice on insurtech, data analytics and cyber risk will be shared at InsuranceERM’s fourth annual Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference on 24 September in New York.

Understanding and benefitting from the digital revolution will be one of the core topics examined at this year’s conference.

Other highlights include a regulation overview; chief actuary and CRO forums; and insights into risk management, longevity risk, capital management and risk modelling.

Insurance Risk & Capital Americas will offer a definitive guide for CROs, chief actuaries, ERM heads and senior regulatory-compliance officers to the digital disruptions, risks and opportunities for the insurance sector.

Keynote presentations from Alessa Quane, AIG’s executive vice president and chief risk officer, and Sean Kevelighan, CEO of the Insurance Information Institute, will offer insights into the risk manager’s agenda, and the big issues affecting the insurance sector.

Patrick Thielen, senior vice president, financial lines and product lead for cyber and technology E&O lines at Chubb NA, will offer an expert view on cyber risk insurance products and how to model and measure the risk.

He will present actionable strategies on cyber risk coverage language and identifying interconnected liabilities and losses.

Active audience participation has always been one of the hallmarks of the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference and attendees will have the chance to question our industry experts on all aspects of risk management and innovation.

A panel session featuring Brian Coleman, vice president, global risk management at Combined Insurance; Riccardo Baron, big data and smart analytics lead at Swiss Re; and Jigar Gandhi, counsel at the American Council of Life Insurers will share their insights into the opportunities and pitfalls of big data and IoT.

The panel will also examine if blockchain technology will be a game-changer for insurance transaction costs or simply an interesting curiosity.

The conference will be held at the 10 On The Park centre in midtown Manhattan, overlooking New York's Central Park.

For more information and to register visit https://www.insuranceerm.com/content/events/insurance-risk-and-capital-americas-2018.html