Asia Specialty Risks Summit
Organization: ASIA INSURANCE REVIEW
Venue: Marina Mandarin
|Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2013 / 8:00 am - (GMT +8:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Jun 26, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +8:00 hours)|
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Market stagnation, market fluctuations and Eurozone breakdown are foremost business risks today and companies will require new and different approaches to manage emerging risks. The impact of existing risks is compounded by stress from the interconnectedness of the global economy, tightened processes with shortened lead times, inadvertence of modern communications by-risks and fundamental shifts in supply chain risks.
Amidst all this uncertainty and loss of control, what should companies be doing about it and what can you do to regain control and anticipate and prepare for disasters. Are your risks being managed effectively or excluded? Do you find that you have risks that don’t fit the standard models? What are the flexible and tailored solutions out there that will enhance risk management and customise coverage to match your changing needs? To address this, you can tap into the specialty risks market to ensure that you can find protection for your unique and problematic and highly technical areas too!
Specialty risks market is not just excess of loss and surplus lines, but any risk that requires special attention!
Asia Insurance Review has therefore taken up the challenge to organise a dedicated Asia Specialty Risks Summit to bring together buyers of specialty risks, risk managers, brokers, insurers and reinsurers to come together to address the needs of the marketplace.
We have partnered with the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) to host this event that will look at the market from the perspective of the buyers’ needs given the growing number of large companies and MNCs in Asia. The demand for specialty cover has risen but has the specialty market risen to meet these customer needs?
The two-day Summit will look at the growth of the specialty market in Asia, the strength, weaknesses and drivers of this market in the region and whether insurers and reinsurers are meeting the expectations of the clients in the process and identify solutions for the way forward, including assessing the role of specialty hubs in managing these emerging risks.