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Construction Risk Management 2020: Building the future of the modern world

February 27 @ 8:00 am - February 28 @ 2:30 pm

etc venues St Pauls, London, United Kingdom

Event Details

Start Date:
February 27 @ 8:00 am
End Date:
February 28 @ 2:30 pm
					

Many thanks to over 200 delegates, panellists and speakers, workshop hosts and Partners who all contributed to this event. We look forward to seeing you next time!

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The construction industry plays an integral role in building the future of the modern world amidst many challenges. Increasingly complex projects, skills shortages and profitability concerns, mixed with the rapid pace of technology development, are collectively concocting an increasingly risky operating environment for all players.

While the pace of global construction looks set to grow, what has become evident following several large loss events in 2018 and a bumpy start to 2019, is that the losses are bigger, the tail is longer, the fallout is messier and the recovery, more complex.

However, while there’s no denying the challenges that reside in the construction industry, there is a lot to look forward to as the industry receives cash injections from governments around the world as the race to build the smart cities of tomorrow continues.

Big infrastructure projects and game-changing innovation are expected to provide a wake-up call to the industry as there will be a real call for more aligned ways of working.

Risk prevention, management and mitigation in the construction industry has never been more important. It is against this backdrop we set this year’s Construction Risk Management conference, to encourage better and more transparent communication between the sector and the insurance industry which plays a valuable role in all of this.

It’s fair to say that a number of factors have contributed to a frustration among the industry and the insurance market when it comes to the placement of risks and this conference is designed to help everyone attending gain a better understanding of the challenges and find the right risk management strategies and risk transfer solutions to cement the future of the construction industry.

Venue

Address
etc venues St Pauls
London, EC1A 4HD United Kingdom + Google Map

Day 1

08:15
Registration, Coffee & Networking
09:00
Welcome address
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
09:10
Opening Keynote: Building the future of the modern world
This session will identify where the protection gaps will lie and what the challenges and opportunities will be for both the sector and insurance industry.
David Rockhill David Rockhill Associate Partner McKinsey & Company
09:40
Panel discussion: Major trends impacting modern construction
During this session, panellists will discuss the major trends emerging within the modern construction economy and how those trends could impact both risk and the insurance sector. Trends discussed will include:

• Technology
• Data strategies
• Manufactured construction
• Collaborative contracting
Jacco van Dijk Jacco van Dijk CEO Byldis
David Rockhill David Rockhill Associate Partner McKinsey & Company
Matt Gough Matt Gough Director of Innovation & Winning Work Mace As Director of Innovation for Mace, Matt is responsible for steering the company in its ambition to be the catalyst for the next evolution of the construction industry. Focused on the disruption of Mace’s traditional business model across markets, Matt is leading the company’s digital transformation, and how Mace both creates and operates the built environment it is responsible for. He drives the organisation’s innovation strategy and the identification and implementation of step-change improvements, helping to embed a culture of innovation and a firm focus on productivity.
Tom Clapton Tom Clapton Senior Risk Manager QBE Europe Tom is a chartered civil engineer with over 12 years' experience working in engineering and construction with Amec Foster Wheeler (now Wood) prior to joining the insurance industry. Tom works across all lines of construction insurance, preparing engineering reviews of risks and claims, performing loss control surveys and providing risk management advice to clients.
Joel A. Appelbaum Joel A. Appelbaum Executive Vice President & Chief Content Officer IRMI Mr Appelbaum brings with him more than 25 years of experience with the insurance industry. Before joining IRMI, he was the president of the Construction Division for ProSight Specialty Insurance, where he specialised in providing insurance solutions for the construction industry. Previously, he was the enterprise chief risk officer for Zurich Insurance in North America and the chief underwriting officer at Zurich Direct Underwriters. Prior to that, he was the construction risk officer at CNA Insurance.
David Bowcott David Bowcott Global Director for Growth, Innovation & Insight Aon
10:25
Panel discussion: Insurance market outlook - CAR
The construction insurance market has changed considerably over the past 12-18 months following a string of significant losses and adjustments in risk appetite.

During this session, our panellists will provide an update on the top causes for changes in the market, what the implications are and how risk transfer solutions in construction are evolving, with a specific focus on CAR products.
Glen Dutnall Glen Dutnall Construction Underwriter QBE Europe
Peter Rudd Peter Rudd Team Leader, International Construction Aon Peter specializes in onshore construction and began working in the insurance industry 30 years ago in Melbourne, Australia with Sedgwick (and then Marsh). Peter has been working in the London market for nearly 20 years currently heads up the International construction team in London responsible for global onshore construction programmes.
Paul Marshall Risk and Insurance Manager Bechtel
Cedric Wong Cedric Wong Chairman, London Engineering Group Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
11:05
Coffee & Networking
11:30
Morning workshop sessions: The risk management track - know your risks better
1. Tunnel/Underground Risk
2. Aligning project risk management and enterprise risk management - a case study
3. Water damage
4. Petrochemical
5. Underwriting submissions: How to best present your risk - PI submissions
Chris McAllister Client Director Aon
Chris McTear Chris McTear Client Manager - Director | Construction and Power Aon Joined Aon in 2018, with some 25 years experience of heavy civil engineering and construction in UK, Europe and further afield. The former Head of Insurance for the Tideway project, a 24km long, 8m diameter tunnel under London, which is the UK's largest ever water industry project and before that the Insurance Risk Manager for the UK's largest civil engineering contractor.
Ronald Jarvis Ronald Jarvis Professional Process Safety Engineer Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Stephen Tester Stephen Tester Partner CMS
Jonathan Wiegand Jonathan Wiegand Head Engineering & Construction London Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Cedric Wong Cedric Wong Chairman, London Engineering Group Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
12:15
Panel discussion: The inconvenient truth between construction and climate change
Climate change has firmly cemented itself on the global agenda when it comes to thinking about the future and the construction industry is no exception. It’s no secret that the construction industry is one of the largest producers of CO2 emissions and this could end up changing the risk profile of the industry considerably.

As we continue to see more evidence from annual reports that contractors are thinking about climate change, resiliency and sustainability, how will this change future risk profiles?
Greg Lowe Greg Lowe Global Head of Resilience and Sustainability Aon
Simon Konsta Simon Konsta Partner Clyde & Co
Bernadette Hackett Bernadette Hackett Global Relationship Leader Zurich
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
12:55
Lunch & Networking
14:15
Afternoon workshop sessions: The insurance track (x5 Sessions)
1. Underwriting submissions: How to best present your risk - CAR submissions
2. Professional Indemnity: Key coverage issues in PI
3. The importance of risk allocation
4. Parametric insurance cover and why this might be relevant as a risk transfer solution
5. Inherent Defects
Andrew Bonwick Insurance Coverage Specialist Aon
Oliver Heaton Director Aon
Glen Dutnall Glen Dutnall Construction Underwriter QBE Europe
Jon Nield Jon Nield Chief Executive Officer Engineering and Construction Risk Institute Jon Nield holds an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Project Management with over 35 years' experience in the Engineering & Construction industry. He is President and CEO of the Engineering & Construction Risk Institute (ECRI).
Francois Riquet Francois Riquet Director of Development, Europe Socotec
Paul Ramiz Paul Ramiz Director, Aon Innovation and Solutions Aon Paul Ramiz is a Director for Aon’s Innovation and Solutions team, primarily focussing on Weather Risk Management. With over 10 years London market experience in (Re) Insurance in various roles, He works directly with Aon’s Global Head of weather, specialising in parametric index based solutions, Alternative Risk Transfer and bespoke Non-Standard transactions.
Thomas Keist Thomas Keist Director Innovative Risk Solutions Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Thomas Keist joined Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' Innovative Risk Solutions team in May 2016 with its mandate to lead the parametric insurance and captive solution development, as well as product development for revenue protection/business interruption. He joined Swiss Re in 1994, held several positions in the areas of structured (re)insurance and alternative risk transfer solutions. In 2000, Thomas joined Zurich Financial Services for their reinsurance unit’s Initial Public Offering under the name of Converium (now Scor). He re-joined Swiss Re in 2006 to head up Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' Asia Pacific region for five years and was based in Singapore. Returning to Switzerland in 2011, he assumed GSA regional management responsibility and was leading the Specialty Lines practice for EMEA.
Paul Marshall Risk and Insurance Manager Bechtel
Andy Kane Andy Kane Portfolio Manager, Construction QBE Europe
15:00
Panel discussion: Exploring ways to enhance the role of Surety in Project Finance
In Europe the preference for Letters of Credit (LoC) over surety bonds has limited the optimization of surety products in project financing and strike ideal balance between debt, equity and contractors providing the security. Thus, limiting the financing options available to contractors.

Improvements in liquidity of surety has been made but lenders are still wary to accept alternatives to LoC. Our panelists will discuss the reasons behind these lender´s requirements and the potential solutions based on other territories experience.
Greg Falzon Greg Falzon Co-Head, European Power, Utilities & Infrastructure BMO Capital Markets Greg joined BMO in December 2018 following four years in management consulting and 15 years at RBC focused on infrastructure, most recently as a managing director leading their Capital Structuring group for infrastructure clients. Recent notable transactions include: Thames Tideway Tunnel, Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm, Aberdeen Bypass and Ijmuiden Sea Lock. Since joining BMO Greg has led the debt advisory team across three UK OFTOs, two offshore wind financings and the debt tree for the acquisition of a US district heating business.
Andrew Chiu Andrew Chiu Vice President, Infrastructure and Project Finance DBRS Morningstar Andrew Chiu joined the DBRS Morningstar Infrastructure Finance team located in Toronto in 2014, focusing on rating public-private partnerships, airports, ports and other infrastructure-related issuers. Prior to this, Andrew was part of the Project Finance, Transaction Structuring and Corporate Development team at Infrastructure Ontario where he led and supported various Transit and Social PPP projects to financial close.
Peter Kapler Peter Kapler Senior Vice President, National Director of Performance Security in Aon’s Construction Services Group in Canada Aon Peter is responsible for managing the Subcontractor Default Insurance and International Surety portfolios. He has deep experience in placing performance security in the Project Finance environment for national and global contractors on a number of P3 projects, as well as innovating performance security products to reduce cash backed requirements for contractors.
Sean McGroarty Sean McGroarty Global Head of Surety and Guarantee Euler Hermes Sean McGroarty is the Global Head of Surety and Guarantee for Euler Hermes and is currently based in London. He oversees the strategy, growth and profitability of Euler Hermes' Surety business in 24 countries. Sean is an American citizen with more than 27 years of experience in the surety industry. He has worked in New York, London, and Toronto and has managed large teams from a wide variety of cultures and countries.
15:45
Coffee & Networking
16:05
Case study: Major infrastructure projects and lessons learned from losses.
During this session, our presenter and proceeding Q&A will examine a few loss examples concerning large projects to help improve risk management in the future.
Peter Green Peter Green Director - Head of Global Construction & Engineering Sedgwick After 10 years working in the Insurance sector Peter joined Cunningham Lindsey International in 1998 as a construction loss adjuster. Peter is a qualified and highly experienced practitioner specialising in all types of construction and engineering claims. He deals with a variety of construction all risks, construction liability and PFI claims having gained a wealth of knowledge in policy and contract interpretation, including DE and LEG exclusions and JCT and NEC contracts. As Head of Construction & Engineering Risks, Peter manages a team of over 35 dedicated construction and engineering adjusters, many of whom are multi-skilled professionals in disciplines including legal practice, civil and structural engineering mechanical and electrical engineers and quantity surveying.
Manuela Baroncini Manuela Baroncini Head of Construction, UK Zurich
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
16:50
Closing Remarks
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
17:00
Cocktail reception & Networking

Day 2

08:30
Registration, Coffee & Networking
09:00
Welcome Back followed by Coronavirus : How to prepare your supply chain
Peter Kapler Peter Kapler Senior Vice President, National Director of Performance Security in Aon’s Construction Services Group in Canada Aon Peter is responsible for managing the Subcontractor Default Insurance and International Surety portfolios. He has deep experience in placing performance security in the Project Finance environment for national and global contractors on a number of P3 projects, as well as innovating performance security products to reduce cash backed requirements for contractors.
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
09:30
Presentation and Panel: Why is the construction claims process becoming particularly complex?
Managing large claims is always difficult. But in the construction industry it is becoming a particularly complex challenge.

The session will begin with a presentation exploring possible contributing factors and listing the most frequently disputed construction clauses. This will be followed by a panel discussion which will cover the views of the different stakeholders involved throughout the process, in search of possible solutions.
Barry Jackson Barry Jackson Senior Claims Adjuster - Specialty QBE Barry has worked within the construction and engineering sector for almost 30 years, much of which has been London market, both domestic and international. He has managed many large and complex claims including Engineering, Construction, Renewable Energy (Wind, PV, Hydro, Biomass & CSP), High Net Worth, Business Interruption and Delay in Start Up. Barry is also ACII qualified.
Jose Maria Navas Durban Jose Maria Navas Durban Executive Director, Claims Preparation Aon
Jonathan Sargent Jonathan Sargent Head of Property and Casualty Claims EMEA Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Jonathan Sargent is the Head of Property and Casualty Claims EMEA for Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and is based in London, UK. He is a chartered insurer with an MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution. Jonathan has a particular interest and experience in managing CAR/EAR and DSU claims. He started his career at an international loss adjusting firm.
Stephen Tester Stephen Tester Partner CMS
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
10:15
Panel discussion: Insurance Market Outlook - PI
In the midst of various large-scale catastrophes over the past few years in the global construction industry, a significant increase in professional indemnity (PI) claims has generated a hardened PI insurance market within the sector.

During this session, panellists will look at what the top causes for the hardening PI market have been, what the implications are and how risk managers and insurance buyers can secure adequate insurance cover.
Tina Booth Head of Professional Indemnity CNA Hardy
Thomas Anderson Group Insurance Manager Morgan Sindall
Mark Mitchell Mark Mitchell Underwriter - Professional Indemnity QBE Europe Mark joined QBE in 2019 and has eight years’ experience within the Professional Indemnity insurance market. He has experience of writing all classes of business within PI but with a focus within the construction industry, working with major UK and European contractors.
Mark Peterson Mark Peterson Managing Director, Professional Services Aon Mark Peterson joined Aon in 2014 as a claims advocate and consultant. He fields questions from clients related to complex project and professional liability issues faced by architecture and engineering firms and provide feedback on their possible legal consequences. He is particularly adept at guiding firms through the pitfalls of structuring projects or agreements between owners, contractors, sub-contractors and other project participants.
Mhairi Hawken Mhairi Hawken Executive Director & Senior Vice President of Design & Consulting Firms Aon
Stephen Tester Stephen Tester Partner CMS
10:55
Coffee & Networking
11:15
Workshop sessions: The risk management track / The insurance track
12:00
Presentation and Panel: The new age of engineering and construction technology
There needs to be a stronger connection between technology, innovation and risk management. The opening presentation will raise the profile of the most relevant technologies out there for the construction industry. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion which will regard how should the industry regard and implement these technologies from a risk perspective. This session will focus on the benefits of:

• BIM
• Data collection
• Contractors sharing data
Dev Amratia Dev Amratia Co-Founder and Chief Executive nPlan Dev is the Co-Founder and CEO of nPlan, a machine learning company that learns how completed construction projects performed to predict the outcomes of future projects. nPlan delivers a new paradigm in the management of risk and uncertainty.
Joel A. Appelbaum Joel A. Appelbaum Executive Vice President & Chief Content Officer IRMI Mr Appelbaum brings with him more than 25 years of experience with the insurance industry. Before joining IRMI, he was the president of the Construction Division for ProSight Specialty Insurance, where he specialised in providing insurance solutions for the construction industry. Previously, he was the enterprise chief risk officer for Zurich Insurance in North America and the chief underwriting officer at Zurich Direct Underwriters. Prior to that, he was the construction risk officer at CNA Insurance.
David Bowcott David Bowcott Global Director for Growth, Innovation & Insight Aon
12:45
Closing remarks
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
13:00
Lunch

For further information about speaking at this event please contact Stewart Brown: +44 (0)203 858 0190 or email [email protected]

Andrew Bonwick Insurance Coverage Specialist Aon
Oliver Heaton Director Aon
Glen Dutnall Glen Dutnall Construction Underwriter QBE Europe
Chris McAllister Client Director Aon
Greg Falzon Greg Falzon Co-Head, European Power, Utilities & Infrastructure BMO Capital Markets Greg joined BMO in December 2018 following four years in management consulting and 15 years at RBC focused on infrastructure, most recently as a managing director leading their Capital Structuring group for infrastructure clients. Recent notable transactions include: Thames Tideway Tunnel, Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm, Aberdeen Bypass and Ijmuiden Sea Lock. Since joining BMO Greg has led the debt advisory team across three UK OFTOs, two offshore wind financings and the debt tree for the acquisition of a US district heating business.
Peter Green Peter Green Director - Head of Global Construction & Engineering Sedgwick After 10 years working in the Insurance sector Peter joined Cunningham Lindsey International in 1998 as a construction loss adjuster. Peter is a qualified and highly experienced practitioner specialising in all types of construction and engineering claims. He deals with a variety of construction all risks, construction liability and PFI claims having gained a wealth of knowledge in policy and contract interpretation, including DE and LEG exclusions and JCT and NEC contracts. As Head of Construction & Engineering Risks, Peter manages a team of over 35 dedicated construction and engineering adjusters, many of whom are multi-skilled professionals in disciplines including legal practice, civil and structural engineering mechanical and electrical engineers and quantity surveying.
Jacco van Dijk Jacco van Dijk CEO Byldis
Andrew Chiu Andrew Chiu Vice President, Infrastructure and Project Finance DBRS Morningstar Andrew Chiu joined the DBRS Morningstar Infrastructure Finance team located in Toronto in 2014, focusing on rating public-private partnerships, airports, ports and other infrastructure-related issuers. Prior to this, Andrew was part of the Project Finance, Transaction Structuring and Corporate Development team at Infrastructure Ontario where he led and supported various Transit and Social PPP projects to financial close.
David Rockhill David Rockhill Associate Partner McKinsey & Company
Jon Nield Jon Nield Chief Executive Officer Engineering and Construction Risk Institute Jon Nield holds an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Project Management with over 35 years' experience in the Engineering & Construction industry. He is President and CEO of the Engineering & Construction Risk Institute (ECRI).
Dev Amratia Dev Amratia Co-Founder and Chief Executive nPlan Dev is the Co-Founder and CEO of nPlan, a machine learning company that learns how completed construction projects performed to predict the outcomes of future projects. nPlan delivers a new paradigm in the management of risk and uncertainty.
Tina Booth Head of Professional Indemnity CNA Hardy
Manuela Baroncini Manuela Baroncini Head of Construction, UK Zurich
Matt Gough Matt Gough Director of Innovation & Winning Work Mace As Director of Innovation for Mace, Matt is responsible for steering the company in its ambition to be the catalyst for the next evolution of the construction industry. Focused on the disruption of Mace’s traditional business model across markets, Matt is leading the company’s digital transformation, and how Mace both creates and operates the built environment it is responsible for. He drives the organisation’s innovation strategy and the identification and implementation of step-change improvements, helping to embed a culture of innovation and a firm focus on productivity.
Chris McTear Chris McTear Client Manager - Director | Construction and Power Aon Joined Aon in 2018, with some 25 years experience of heavy civil engineering and construction in UK, Europe and further afield. The former Head of Insurance for the Tideway project, a 24km long, 8m diameter tunnel under London, which is the UK's largest ever water industry project and before that the Insurance Risk Manager for the UK's largest civil engineering contractor.
Thomas Anderson Group Insurance Manager Morgan Sindall
Mark Mitchell Mark Mitchell Underwriter - Professional Indemnity QBE Europe Mark joined QBE in 2019 and has eight years’ experience within the Professional Indemnity insurance market. He has experience of writing all classes of business within PI but with a focus within the construction industry, working with major UK and European contractors.
Mark Peterson Mark Peterson Managing Director, Professional Services Aon Mark Peterson joined Aon in 2014 as a claims advocate and consultant. He fields questions from clients related to complex project and professional liability issues faced by architecture and engineering firms and provide feedback on their possible legal consequences. He is particularly adept at guiding firms through the pitfalls of structuring projects or agreements between owners, contractors, sub-contractors and other project participants.
Barry Jackson Barry Jackson Senior Claims Adjuster - Specialty QBE Barry has worked within the construction and engineering sector for almost 30 years, much of which has been London market, both domestic and international. He has managed many large and complex claims including Engineering, Construction, Renewable Energy (Wind, PV, Hydro, Biomass & CSP), High Net Worth, Business Interruption and Delay in Start Up. Barry is also ACII qualified.
Jose Maria Navas Durban Jose Maria Navas Durban Executive Director, Claims Preparation Aon
Peter Kapler Peter Kapler Senior Vice President, National Director of Performance Security in Aon’s Construction Services Group in Canada Aon Peter is responsible for managing the Subcontractor Default Insurance and International Surety portfolios. He has deep experience in placing performance security in the Project Finance environment for national and global contractors on a number of P3 projects, as well as innovating performance security products to reduce cash backed requirements for contractors.
Sean McGroarty Sean McGroarty Global Head of Surety and Guarantee Euler Hermes Sean McGroarty is the Global Head of Surety and Guarantee for Euler Hermes and is currently based in London. He oversees the strategy, growth and profitability of Euler Hermes' Surety business in 24 countries. Sean is an American citizen with more than 27 years of experience in the surety industry. He has worked in New York, London, and Toronto and has managed large teams from a wide variety of cultures and countries.
Francois Riquet Francois Riquet Director of Development, Europe Socotec
Paul Ramiz Paul Ramiz Director, Aon Innovation and Solutions Aon Paul Ramiz is a Director for Aon’s Innovation and Solutions team, primarily focussing on Weather Risk Management. With over 10 years London market experience in (Re) Insurance in various roles, He works directly with Aon’s Global Head of weather, specialising in parametric index based solutions, Alternative Risk Transfer and bespoke Non-Standard transactions.
Thomas Keist Thomas Keist Director Innovative Risk Solutions Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Thomas Keist joined Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' Innovative Risk Solutions team in May 2016 with its mandate to lead the parametric insurance and captive solution development, as well as product development for revenue protection/business interruption. He joined Swiss Re in 1994, held several positions in the areas of structured (re)insurance and alternative risk transfer solutions. In 2000, Thomas joined Zurich Financial Services for their reinsurance unit’s Initial Public Offering under the name of Converium (now Scor). He re-joined Swiss Re in 2006 to head up Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' Asia Pacific region for five years and was based in Singapore. Returning to Switzerland in 2011, he assumed GSA regional management responsibility and was leading the Specialty Lines practice for EMEA.
Greg Lowe Greg Lowe Global Head of Resilience and Sustainability Aon
Ronald Jarvis Ronald Jarvis Professional Process Safety Engineer Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Peter Rudd Peter Rudd Team Leader, International Construction Aon Peter specializes in onshore construction and began working in the insurance industry 30 years ago in Melbourne, Australia with Sedgwick (and then Marsh). Peter has been working in the London market for nearly 20 years currently heads up the International construction team in London responsible for global onshore construction programmes.
Tom Clapton Tom Clapton Senior Risk Manager QBE Europe Tom is a chartered civil engineer with over 12 years' experience working in engineering and construction with Amec Foster Wheeler (now Wood) prior to joining the insurance industry. Tom works across all lines of construction insurance, preparing engineering reviews of risks and claims, performing loss control surveys and providing risk management advice to clients.
Joel A. Appelbaum Joel A. Appelbaum Executive Vice President & Chief Content Officer IRMI Mr Appelbaum brings with him more than 25 years of experience with the insurance industry. Before joining IRMI, he was the president of the Construction Division for ProSight Specialty Insurance, where he specialised in providing insurance solutions for the construction industry. Previously, he was the enterprise chief risk officer for Zurich Insurance in North America and the chief underwriting officer at Zurich Direct Underwriters. Prior to that, he was the construction risk officer at CNA Insurance.
Paul Marshall Risk and Insurance Manager Bechtel
Simon Konsta Simon Konsta Partner Clyde & Co
David Bowcott David Bowcott Global Director for Growth, Innovation & Insight Aon
Mhairi Hawken Mhairi Hawken Executive Director & Senior Vice President of Design & Consulting Firms Aon
Andy Kane Andy Kane Portfolio Manager, Construction QBE Europe
Jonathan Sargent Jonathan Sargent Head of Property and Casualty Claims EMEA Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Jonathan Sargent is the Head of Property and Casualty Claims EMEA for Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and is based in London, UK. He is a chartered insurer with an MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution. Jonathan has a particular interest and experience in managing CAR/EAR and DSU claims. He started his career at an international loss adjusting firm.
Stephen Tester Stephen Tester Partner CMS
Jonathan Wiegand Jonathan Wiegand Head Engineering & Construction London Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Bernadette Hackett Bernadette Hackett Global Relationship Leader Zurich
Cedric Wong Cedric Wong Chairman, London Engineering Group Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe

For further information about sponsoring this event please contact Stewart Brown: +44 (0)203 858 0190 or email [email protected]

For further information about speaking at this event please contact Stewart Brown: +44 (0)203 858 0190 or email [email protected]

For further information about sponsoring this event please contact Stewart Brown: +44 (0)203 858 0190 or email [email protected]

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