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Agenda

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07:15 - 08:00

QBE - Rise and Shine Yoga Flow, Wellness Centre

08:15

The Leadership Breakfast

By invitation only

08:30 - 15:45

Explore the Festival Floor

09:30 - 09:45

Live on the main stage - Welcome note by the Tracey Skinner, Airmic Chairman.

09:45 - 10:45

Live on the main stage - Keynote Discussion - Working together – the risk financing entrepreneurs

Join us on the main stage and listen to this lively debate where the leaders of our industry will come together to talk about how they are changing the way they do business to better support clients as they build resilience and success in their organisations.  Challenge the panel by asking them questions about how their client relationships need to be developed in order to accelerate and enable new integrated risk and insurance solutions.

Moderated by: John Ludlow, Airmic CEO
 

Anthony BaldwinAilsa KingJohn LudlowClaire McDonaldSean McGovernMatthew Wilson
10:45 - 11:30

Comfort Break and explore the Festival Floor

Choose one On Demand Session to view in the Learning Library

11:30 - 12:45

C1: Avoiding major loss: the right and wrong way to deal with property damage

Serious property damage calls for immediate action to minimise BI costs. This session focusses on real-life case studies where both right and wrong decisions have been made. We will discuss the learnings, considerations such as impact on future policies and offer guidance on how you can be better prepared.

Hosted by: Belfor & Chubb

 

C2: The road to recovery: the power of early mental & physical health rehabilitation intervention

QBE Rehabilitation experts will take delegates through an evidence-based presentation on the benefit of early intervention on return-to-work outcomes. This workshop will also cover how Covid-19 and increased remote working have affected the nature of employee injuries and illnesses and how early intervention is still possible in a virtual environment

Hosted by: QBE

 

C3: The Harsh Market: What every member needs to know

Like any sector, the insurance market, insurance goes through periods of peaks and troughs. Is the current insurance market simply a result of supply and demand economics or are there deeper and more systemic changes at work? This session will share the results of a recent member survey based on their recent renewal experiences and perceptions of the future.     

Hosted by: Alex Frost, Airmic

 

C4: Protecting Intangible Assets: Reputational Risk Management in practice

Intangible assets make up an increasingly large part of company value.  Lloyd’s speakers will give an overview of key intangible assets and how to manage them. The RepTrak Company will then illustrate their approach to reputation measurement and management, followed by some reactions from customers and insurers.

Hosted by: Lloyds & The Reptrak Company

 

C5: COVID-19: Supply Chain & Cyber Risk

COVID-19, a global pandemic, threatens our population and economy.  A mortality shock of this nature has the potential to cause significant insured losses, impacting mortality and morbidity, disrupting supply chains, and increasing cyber-attacks. Hear experts discuss the effects of a modern pandemic on the life and P&C insurance markets

Hosted by: Verisk/AIR

 

C6: Responding to climate change – the strategic role for the risk professional

The need to manage climate risks and respond to demands for climate disclosure and changing sentiment has catapulted climate to a board-level issue. AXA XL and Willis Towers Watson will take you through the key components of climate risk and the strategic role risk professionals can play

Hosted by: AXA XL & Willis Towers Watson

 

C7: Virtual Captive risk financing solution – Have all the benefits without the cost & administrative burden of setting one up

Do you feel you need to take on more risk or that you should have a Captive? Join our session to find out how to achieve many of the risk financing advantages of having a Captive, without having one yourself!

Hosted by: Swiss Re Corporate Solutions

12:45 - 14:00

Lunch and Explore the Festival Floor

12:50 - 13:00

7min Fitness Challenge, Core, Wellness Centre

13:00 - 13:10

7min Fitness Challenge, Cardio, Wellness Centre

13:10 - 13:20

7min Fitness Challenge, Meditation, Wellness Centre

13:30 - 14:00

Airmic Member Special Interest Group Meetings

By invitation only

Choose one On Demand Session to view in the Learning Library

14:00 - 15:15

D1: The Claims Landscape: Have the tectonic plates shifted following Covid-19?

A panel of experts from law firm BLM and leading global insurer, AGCS, will consider how the events of the last few months have changed the claims landscape. The session will include claims defensibility strategies and the practical impact on claims investigation and resolution.

Hosted by: BLM & Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty

 

D2: What's emerging? Scanning a disrupted risk landscape

Many organisations did not see COVID-19 coming, leaving companies to reassess their strategies. Where should organisations focus to tackle emerging risk challenges? We explore the role of technology in building risk data insights and the importance of people in interpreting insights into actionable risk intelligence to shape strategic decision making

Hosted by: Everbridge & Control Risks

 

D3: What about the intangibles?

Intangible assets support increasing proportions of the value of companies.  Risk managers are asked to assess and quantify the effects on enterprise value of loss to those assets. The workshop suits those with exposure to businesses relying on intangible assets to develop or sustain their financial performance

Hosted by: Tokio Marine Kiln & Duff & Phelps

 

D4: Insider’s view: Cyber claims in action

Cyber insurance take-up is growing, but what actually happens when a business notifies their insurer of a live incident? In this session, you’ll get an inside view of a cyber event unfolding and how experienced cyber incident handlers help policyholders defeat hackers, secure systems, and get back up and running

Hosted by: CFC & Paragon

 

D5: How digitisation can realise the power of data and its value to your renewal

This session will show how you can harness technology to dramatically simplify the renewal management process in today’s hardening market. With insights from Imperial Brands and Willis, we will discuss how working collaboratively with your broker can improve data quality and reduce time devoted to gathering and managing renewal data

Hosted by: Ventiv Technology, Imperial Brands and Willis Towers Watson

 

D6: ERM frameworks: Leading with insight to drive real value

Using ERM frameworks as a tool for collaboration between Insurance and risk functions can help derive significant value for your business. This session will offer insights from Aon’s global risk maturity survey and demonstrate practical solutions that can be adopted across multiple industries.

Hosted by: Aon & Zurich

 

D7: Resilience - the need for a new profession?

The panel will consider how resilience is currently addressed by the board and the potential need for the role of a resilience leader at a strategic level.  How might such a leader interface with their peers including risk management, business continuity, security and workplace professionals?

Hosted by: 

Member organisations of the Resilience Alliance

15:15 - 15:30

Closing note by Julia Graham, Deputy CEO and Technical Director, Airmic

15:30

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