Join the fifth annual Insurance ERM Americas conference in New York on 16 September to share the latest expertise on risk and capital management, insurtech, the US long-duration dated improvements (LDTI) accounting change and the latest regulatory developments.
This year’s agenda includes:
Rich Lauria, faculty member at Columbia University and former corporate chief actuary at Assurant, will deliver a keynote on navigating ERM challenges and making the most of opportunities ahead.
Mick Prosser, chief technology risk officer at AIG, Keyan Shahdi, chief risk officer at SCOR Global P&C Americas, Daniel Sinclair, vice president, corporate development at The Co-operators Group and Zach Powell, managing director at Axis Digital Ventures, will participate in a panel session on InsurTech and the digital tech revolution.
Turab Hussain, chief risk and actuarial officer at PartnerRe, Alla Kleyner, chief risk officer at Legal & General Retirement America, Michelle Moloney, chief risk officer at Protective and Thomas Passante, chief risk officer at Everest Re Group, will participate in a CRO forum discussing how to successfully lead the risk function in a complex world.
Regulatory issues will be discussed by Brian Bayerle, senior actuary at the American Council of Life Insurers, Dave Ingram, executive vice president and head of ERM Advisory at Willis Re North America and Mary Frances Monroe, senior advisor and insurance lead, Regulatory Affairs Department at the Institute of International Finance.
Join over 250 re/insurer chief risk officers, chief actuaries, chief investment officers, as well as ERM directors and regulators, at InsuranceERM Americas on 16 September in New York for new perspectives on risk and capital management.
There will be a diverse mix of experienced insurance risk professionals across different business lines.
This event is part of the annual ERM Insurance conference which features three separately bookable tracks:
- Track One: Insurance ERM Americas
- Track Two: Insurance Asset Risk Americas
- Track Three:Insurance & Climate Risk Americas
Why you should be there: