Conferences

  • Nov- 2021 -
    17 November

    Commercial Risk & BELRIM’s Annual Risk Management Conference

    After almost two years of turmoil caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses are having to address plenty of new challenges as they seek to move forward proactively and successfully. This one-day conference brings together risk managers and experts from the world of insurance to explore the risks and opportunities emerging…

  • Oct- 2021 -
    20 October - 21 October

    Employee Benefits 2021

    Just as they have for decades, employees will continue to rely on their employers to support health, financial and lifestyle needs and motivations through benefits products. However, rapid change is underway. Evolving health, financial and lifestyle needs and expectations of employees are driving employers to rethink their benefits offerings as…

  • Sep- 2021 -
    14 September - 16 September

    Global Programmes 2021

    The range of risks covered in a global programme is expanding all the time, as new and emerging risks appear. At the same time, traditional covers face considerable challenges, particularly with the current hard market. Capacity issues, increasing rates and tighter terms and conditions mean that buyers need to look…

  • Aug- 2021 -
    27 August - 29 August

    Claims Management 2021

    Covid-19 has radically altered long-term risk trends, with new exposures emerging from the pandemic. It has once again clearly shown the limitations of existing business interruption (BI) coverage for such intangible and systemic risks. Claims and class actions brought against insurers to try and trigger BI policies has led to high…

  • May- 2021 -
    10 May - 12 May

    Captives 2021

    Companies across the world are increasingly turning to captive solutions to replace their traditional insurance programmes. Evidence shows that insurance buyers across Europe are increasingly frustrated with rising premiums and slower claims service from the traditional market. With every sign that this will continue for the foreseeable future, many are…

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