After a couple of tumultuous years, we have all learned to be adaptable and to cope with fast changing environments. Looking ahead, it is clear some things will have changed for ever, others are in a state of flux and just a few things will remain the same as ever.
This two-day, hybrid conference will consider what living with change will look like in the context of global programmes. It will cover issues such as supply chain vulnerability, flexible working, acceleration of digitalisation, higher taxation, growing inflation, greater protectionism and, undoubtedly, ESG.
Join a lineup of expert speakers to find out more either in-person in London or online, at our fourth annual Global Programmes conference.
Venue: Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge Hotel, 45 Prescot St, London E1 8GP
*Please note – This event is taking place at a different venue to the Construction Risk Management conference venue in May – please click here for mapadd to calendar (.ics)
AGENDA INCLUDES SESSIONS ON
- Living with change: supply chain vulnerability, flexible working, digitalisation, taxation, inflation, protectionism
- Lessons learned: how issues arising from the last two years have impacted global insurance programmes. How the sector might move forward in the face of future threats, including climate change. Also examining the increasing need to follow ESG principles.
- Claims management: Looking at stimulus packages – threats and opportunities, including threat of increased claims. How can insureds be sure their claims will be paid on time? The need for up-to-date claims information.
- 2022 and the state of the market: is the market softening at all? What can risk managers expect over the coming year.
- Integrating employee benefits: How can EB programmes be successfully integrated into global insurance programmes? How pools, captives and the insurance sector can work together.
- Technology and digitalisation: impact of technology on the coordination of programmes; improving contract certainty; importance of real time information
- Changing world, changing risk landscape: how growing political tensions and political unrest, as well as supply chain disruption and increasing reliance on technology will affect global programmes. How much is insurable?
- A new world for tax and regulation: Looking at the implication of higher taxation, growing inflation and greater protectionism on insurance for multinational exposures.
- Establishing a global programme – first steps: Exploring the necessary steps for moving from national to global insurance programmes.
- A level playing field: How can risk managers ensure a level of uniformity of coverage, avoiding gaps and getting the best terms and conditions?
- Retentions on the up: Has a captive become a necessary part of a global programme? Cell captives and virtual captives versus traditional single-parent captives.
- Finding the alternatives: ILS vehicles and capital markets and their role. Also looking at the use of parametric cover as a method of removing tricky cover from the main programme.
- Workshops: Property | Casualty | D&O | Cyber | EIL | BI | Credit & political risk | PVT marine | Accident & health