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ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018 | 04-05 OCT - PARIS FRANCE
COMBINING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE INSURABILITY AND SPUR INNOVATION
WHEN?
 
DAYS
 
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WHO?

130 senior managers, CEOs, CFOs, CROs, reinsurance buyers and insurance senior executives from 50 countries.

HOW?

Invitation only. Limited seats

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018 | 04-05 OCT - PARIS FRANCE
ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018 | 04-05 OCT - PARIS FRANCE

"We bring together our clients and partners from all over the world to discuss and highlight key topics that are building and changing our industry. I look forward to welcoming you."

Denis Kessler - Chairman & CEO
PROGRAMME

Overview


The sessions focus on the role of industry-wide initiatives and country & risk-specific partnerships in enhancing insurability and spurring innovation. We’ll examine partnerships between (re)insurers and governments to expand markets, industry-led technological initiatives, and how public/private partnerships can create value for societies.


 

DAY 1
4 October 2018
Plenary session
09:00
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS | Denis Kessler, Chairman and CEO, SCOR
09:30
KEYNOTE: A South African initiative on the Principles for Sustainable Insurance (PSI) with the United Nations | Ian Kirk, CEO Sanlam
10:00
Extending insurance coverage to an additional 400 million people by 2020 | Joan Lamm-Tennant, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Blue Marble Micro, Limited
11:00
Disaster risk finance in developing countries – re(de)fining the role of the private sector | Olivier Mahul, Global Lead, Disaster Risk Finance, and Program Manager, Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance Program, World Bank
11:30
Flood insurance in the US: building political coalitions to expand private markets | Ray J Lehmann, Director, Finance, Insurance & Trade Policy, R Street Institute
12:00
Learning from successful partnering approaches from other industries | Nicolas Colin, Co-founder and director of The Family
12:30
Buffet lunch at the SCOR brasserie on the 6th floor
14:30
Oasis Loss Modelling Framework, where are we on this open source platform? | Paul Nunn, Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling, SCOR P&C
14:45
B3i, the blockchain insurance industry initiative: coming near you soon | Paul Meeusen, CEO B3i
15:00
Indian examples on how technology can support SMEs and agriculture’s insurance markets | Anuj Tyagi, Executive Director & Chief Distribution Officer, HDFC ERGO
15:30
New technology applied to enhance product offering and insured services in Agriculture: concrete examples | Fanny Rosset, Senior underwriter Agriculture, SCOR P&C | Michael Rüegger, Senior underwriter Agriculture, SCOR P&C
16:15
Product development in Life (re)insurance | Barthélémy Philippe, Head of Health Assessment and Improvement, SCOR Life
16:45
Concrete case studies of how parametric re/insurance can support the development of insurability | Vincent Foucart, Deputy CEO of P&C Partners, in charge of Alternative Solutions & Technical Development, SCOR P&C
18:00
Champagne reception and cheese tasting at the SCOR Brasserie on the 6th floor
DAY 2
5 October 2018
Breakout sessions to look at topics in more depth in smaller groups
8:30  Welcome coffee
 

 

9:00 - 10:30:

  • Oasis Loss Modelling Framework: what does it mean concretely and how can I use it in my country: open discussions with Paul Nunn, Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling at SCOR

          => Located in the auditorium (same room than the conference) -2 level

  • IFRS 17: what did we do at SCOR: Catherine Fassi, Chief Capital and Financial Manager, SCOR P&C

          => Located on the ground floor, G0P1 room

10:30 Coffee break in front of the audtorium -2 level

11:00 - 12:30:

 

  • B3i roadmap for reinsurance, commercial and primary insurance, including questions & answers with

     Paul Meeusen, CEO B3i

          => Located in the auditorium (same room than the conference) -2 level

  • Catastrophic claims handling and how to work collectively with Jonathan Clark, Global Head of Claims for SCOR Business Solutions, SCOR P&C

          => Located on the ground floor, G0P1 room

In parallel, feel free to ask your SCOR contact to organize meetings with SCOR experts

12:30
Buffet lunch at the SCOR brasserie on the 6th floor
14:30
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