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Global Programmes Asia 2020 – Gaining Maximum Benefit

November 24 - November 25

Virtual Conference, Virtual

Event Details

Start Date:
November 24
End Date:
November 25
					

The certainty, consistency and cost savings offered by centrally managed global insurance programmes remain highly attractive to risk and insurance managers with multinational companies worldwide.

But regulatory, political and economic volatility and uncertainty mean that risk managers need to work more closely than ever with their partners to make sure they derive maximum benefit and ultimately achieve compliance.

Following the great success of the European leg of our Global Programmes conference this September, when over 560 delegates joined us for the two-day virtual conference, this November we are bringing the event to an Asian audience, where an expert panel of industry specialists will look at the leading global programmes issues from the perspective of the southeast Asian risk manager.

Join us for a full schedule of discussion, knowledge sharing, workshops and case studies.

 

 

Venue

Address
Virtual Conference
Virtual,

Please note: All times shown on the agenda are Singapore Time GMT +8 hours

Day 1

11:00
Networking
12:55
Welcome address
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
13:05
Keynote presentation: Climate change and sustainability
Butch Bacani explores the state of climate change and sustainability for the insurance sector and its customers, in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic and with the growing imperative for action. He will consider the impact on vulnerable communities and look at the growing protection gap and explain the need to protect the world’s biodiversity, including a look at how the insurance sector and its clients can play a vital role in that.
Butch Bacani Butch Bacani Programme Leader, Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative United Nations Environment Programme Butch Bacani leads UN Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative (PSI), the largest collaboration between the UN and the insurance industry. Endorsed by the UN Secretary-General and insurance industry CEOs, the PSI is a global framework and initiative for the industry to address sustainability issues—as risk managers, insurers and investors—and to build resilient, inclusive and sustainable communities and economies. Butch leads activities supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Paris Agreement on Climate Change, and the Financial Stability Board’s climate risk disclosure recommendations (TCFD). These include a global initiative to develop “Insurance Sustainable Development Goals”, the largest gathering of insurers to pilot the TCFD recommendations, and working with the California Insurance Commissioner to develop the world’s first sustainable insurance roadmap. He co-led the development of the first global sustainability guide for the insurance business, led the creation of the Insurance Industry Development Goals for Cities, forged the PSI’s partnership with the world’s inclusive insurance community, and co-led the creation of UNEP’s Sustainable Insurance Forum for supervisors and regulators. Butch is involved in the InsuResilience Global Partnership, Vulnerable 20 Group of Finance Ministers, California Climate Insurance Working Group, Insurance Development Forum, and Microinsurance Network. In 2020, he was included in InsuranceERM’s inaugural list of the most influential people leading and shaping the insurance industry’s response to climate change.
13:30
Presentation: Beyond Insurance
Companies around the world are waking up to the challenges of climate change and the consequences of that on their business. In this session we discuss what is climate change, what does it mean for companies and what are the implications of that. We look beyond insurance for the holistic conversation that risk managers can have internally to best approach future risks
14:00
Presentation and panel discussion: Where are insurance regulations headed on a global basis?
What will be the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the way that insurance is regulated on a national and international basis? Do risk managers with multinational corporations need to prepare themselves for a more protectionist environment and higher cost of risk transfer? Is the IAIS working with national regulators to deliver a more consistent regulatory playing field? Trade negotiations: moving away from the power of multinational organisations to bilateral agreements between countries.
14:45
Networking
15:00
Workshop 1 - How to make sure your DIC/DIL actually works
15:00
Workshop 2 - How to ensure that your claim is paid in full and where you want it to be paid
15:45
Networking
17:00
Case Study
18:00
Presentation and discussion - Programme management & control
A global programme offers centralised consistency, cost savings and clarity. But, given the inconsistency of national insurance regulations, how do you, as a risk manager, work out what to control and manage from the centre and what to leave up to your local managers to sort out? What are the core messages that you need to send to your local managers to make sure that your local coverage fits into the global programme?
19:00
Closing remarks

Day 2

13:00
Day 2 - Opening remarks
13:05
Presentation – The global economic landscape
Covid-19 has changed the economic landscape for 2020. This keynote presentation looks at the existing challenges globally and the predictions for the months ahead. How will the global economy recover? What are the key drivers for this?
Ludovic Subran Ludovic Subran Chief Economist Allianz SE
13:30
Presentation & panel discussion – An analysis of two of the most challenging insurance markets worldwide - US & Europe or India
Why are these markets so challenging? What is the legal and regulatory position that governs how you can or can’t retain and transfer risk from this country? How is this likely to change in future? What do you – as a risk manager – need to do to ensure that you secure the best possible terms and conditions and comply?
14:30
Networking
15:00
Keynote presentation: COVID-19 and its implications for multinational corporations
How Covid-19 has underlined the importance and benefits of a global insurance programme to ensure that a corporation is adequately covered for catastrophes of all kinds on a consistent and global basis
15:20
Workshop 1 – Innovating insurance through the power of API-led connectivity
15:20
Workshop 2 – How to use your captive to ensure you get the best possible result from your global programme?
15:20
Workshop 3 – Understanding tax policy for multinational businesses
16:05
Panel discussion – Fit for purpose?
17:00
Closing remarks

Speakers will be updated.

Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
Ludovic Subran Ludovic Subran Chief Economist Allianz SE
Butch Bacani Butch Bacani Programme Leader, Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative United Nations Environment Programme Butch Bacani leads UN Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative (PSI), the largest collaboration between the UN and the insurance industry. Endorsed by the UN Secretary-General and insurance industry CEOs, the PSI is a global framework and initiative for the industry to address sustainability issues—as risk managers, insurers and investors—and to build resilient, inclusive and sustainable communities and economies. Butch leads activities supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Paris Agreement on Climate Change, and the Financial Stability Board’s climate risk disclosure recommendations (TCFD). These include a global initiative to develop “Insurance Sustainable Development Goals”, the largest gathering of insurers to pilot the TCFD recommendations, and working with the California Insurance Commissioner to develop the world’s first sustainable insurance roadmap. He co-led the development of the first global sustainability guide for the insurance business, led the creation of the Insurance Industry Development Goals for Cities, forged the PSI’s partnership with the world’s inclusive insurance community, and co-led the creation of UNEP’s Sustainable Insurance Forum for supervisors and regulators. Butch is involved in the InsuResilience Global Partnership, Vulnerable 20 Group of Finance Ministers, California Climate Insurance Working Group, Insurance Development Forum, and Microinsurance Network. In 2020, he was included in InsuranceERM’s inaugural list of the most influential people leading and shaping the insurance industry’s response to climate change.

If you are interested in speaking or sponsorship opportunities at this conference, please contact Hugo Foster [email protected]

If you are interested in speaking opportunities at this conference, please contact Hugo Foster [email protected]

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities at this conference, please contact Hugo Foster [email protected]

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