Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011

Venue: TBC

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Apr 19, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 20, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jan 07, 2011
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The Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011 summit distinguishes itself as the pioneering event to foster the growth of insurance securitisation in Asia. Insurance securitisation through the issuance of catastrophe bonds has proven itself as a successful pre-event disaster funding strategy for insurers and reinsurers in Europe, USA and Bermuda. More recently, the successes seen in Turkey and the Caribbean have propelled Asia to re-consider this form of insurance risk diversification.
Designed with the Asian Pacific market in mind, this summit will bring together the entire insurance securitisation chain including insurers, reinsurers, institutional investors and brokers to understand how catastrophe bonds can be better utilised to diversify risks. It will also provide the platform for key investors including pension funds, endownments, foundations, private banks, family office amongst others, to understand how they can make use of this non-correlated asset class to diversify their portfolio and attain higher returns on their investments.
Key themes for the Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011 summit:
• Understanding catastrophe bond, its advantages and its suitability as a risk management tool
• Effectively utilising catastrophe bond as a non-correlated asset class for portfolio diversification
• Assessing how a public-private partnership (PPP) can facilitate the growth of insurance securitisation in Asia
• Developing a stable and reliable catastrophe risk model to accurately rate investment risks and justify premiums charged
• Determining the type of trigger to use for your catastrophe bond to ensure the greatest efficiency and effectiveness when a disaster strikes
• Hear from sponsors of catastrophe bonds on how insurance linked securities (ILS) issuance can act as part of their comprehensive risk management strategy
Institutional investors / LPs invites to the summit includes:
• Alp Invest Partners
• Asia Alternatives Advisors
• Aozora Bank
• Astellas
• AXA Private Equity Asia
• Axiom Asia Private Capital
• Bank Indonesia
• Bank of Singapore
• Bank of Japan
• Brunei Investment Agency
• Green Park Capital
• IDFC Capital
• Itochu corporation
• Khazana Nasional
• Tokio Marine Insurans (M) Bhd
• LGT Capital Partners
• Mitsubishi Corporation Ltd
• Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co Ltd
• National Mutual Insurance Federation
• Pantheon Capital Asia Ltd
• Partners Group
• Pinebridge Investments
• Sumitomo Corporation
• Squadron Capital Management
• Temasek Holdings
To find out what other institutional investors/ LPs have been invited to the summit, please email