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Source: Middle East Insurance Review | Oct 2021

Asia Nat CAT and Climate Change Virtual Conference 2021
Theme: “Climate Change: Do Insurers have an Impact?”
5–6 October
Over the past few years billions were paid out in Nat CAT losses – which also saw lives lost. Despite hi-tech gadgets, even risk modelling is growing more complex. This two-day conference will take a long hard look at the role of insurance in managing Nat CAT as well as the critical issues related to climate change, regulatory challenges, and the role of governments, underwriting strategies and risk assessment through more sophisticated CAT modelling tools.
 
4th ASEAN Insurance Virtual Summit 2021
Theme: ‘Building a More Resilient & Sustainable ASEAN’
26 October, Singapore
The ASEAN Insurance Summit plays an important role as an active platform for ASEAN insurance authorities, regulators, insurers, practitioners and other stakeholders to exchange views on new developments, technologies and innovations as well as their impacts on regional cooperation and integration in the insurance and reinsurance sectors. The summit is one of the important initiatives of the ASEAN Insurance Council and as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event this year will be a virtual one. 
 
FT Asia Insurance Summit
Theme: ‘Robust strategies for the decade to come’
28 October
The insurance sector has proven resilient throughout the past year’s events and is seeing a renewed demand for its products as the region begins to emerge from the pandemic.
 
Now in its eighth year, the Financial Times’ Asia Insurance Summit will gather C-level executives from insurance, asset management, service industries as well as research and technology thought leaders to explore the most effective strategies for growth and resilience ahead of the next, unpredictable decade.
 
Singapore Fintech Festival (Hybrid event)
8–12 November
Organised by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) is in its 6th edition. Last year’s annual event brought together 60,000 participants from 160 countries – both virtually and in-person – for the development of financial services, public policy and technology. SFF 2021 will take place with a hybrid format, bringing together a digital platform with a flagship event in Singapore as well as a distributed network of World FinTech Festival events in key FinTech hubs. 
 
Singapore International Reinsurance Conference
Theme: ‘The Art of Dissent – Reinsurance Reality Check’
15–17 November - Virtual 
The Singapore International Reinsurance Conference (SIRC) was launched in 1991 to provide insurance professionals a forum to meet and discuss issues of the day, while taking stock of developments in the reinsurance market; and starting preparations for the following year’s treaty renewals. Over the years, the SIRC has gained a strong reputation and loyal following, with reinsurers, insurers and reinsurance brokers from all over the world attending and conducting bilateral discussions alongside the main conference, which has attracted close to 1,000 registered delegates from around the world since 2017 when the Conference was organised annually.
 
Singapore Actuarial Conference 
22–26 November
Organised by the Singapore Actuarial Society which has been promoting the actuarial profession in the country since 1976. Against the backdrop of the current COVID pandemic, the demand for actuaries has never been greater and so the event will look at the steps being taken to expand and strengthen the profession.
 
For more information on our conferences, visit our website at www.asiainsurancereview.com or contact Ms Loga at loga@asiainsurancereview.com.

 

 
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