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Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011

Event : Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011

Wed, 13/04/2011  
Conducted by : IQPC
Contact : Jennifer Qian

Catastrophe Risk Financing and Securitisation Asia 2011 will focus on:
1) Understanding catastrophe bond, its advantages and its suitability as a risk management tool
2) Effectively utilising catastrophe bond as a non-correlated asset class for portfolio diversification
3) Assessing how a public-private partnership (PPP) can facilitate the growth of insurance securitisation in Asia
4) Developing a stable and reliable catastrophe risk model to accurately rate investment risks and justify premiums charged
5) Determining the type of trigger to use for your catastrophe bond to ensure the greatest efficiency and effectiveness when a disaster strikes
6) Hear from sponsors of catastrophe bonds on how insurance linked securities (ILS) issuance can act as part of their comprehensive risk management strategy

Speaker invite list:
Dr Paul Kleindorfer, Distinguished Research Professor, INSEAD
Prof Pan Tso-Chien, Dean and Founding Director of ICRM, National Technological University, College of Engineering
John Tan, Chief Executive, Asia Capital Reinsurance Group
Werner G. Bugl, Director of Business Development and OECD Advisory Board member, Asia Capital Reinsurance Group
Morton Lane, President, Lane Financial LLC
Klok Kumar, Head of Cat Perils, Asia, Swiss Re
Dr Norman Chen, Head, Property and Engineering Facultative Underwriting, Munich Re
Dr Anselm Smolka, Head, Geo Division, Germany, Munich Re
Beat Holliger, Managing Director, Munich Re Capital Markets
Jay Nicholas, Executive Vice President, Head of Securitisation, Renaissance Re
Greg Hendrick, President and Chief Underwriting Officer, XL Re
Henning Ludolphs, Head of ILS, Hannover Re
Dr Syamsul Maarif, Head, The Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency
Teddy Hailamsah, Secretary-General, ASEAN Insurance Council
Mr Prawit Thongtanaku , President and COO, Thai Re
Roberto Crisol, CEO, National Reinsurance Corporation of the Philippines
Richard Austen, CEO, Asia Reinsurance Brokers
Frans Sahusilawane, Chairman, Special Risk Insurance Consortium (KARK)
Sivam Subramaniam, Editor-in-Chief, Asia Insurance Review and Middle East Insurance Review
Scott Ryrie, CEO, Allianz SE Reinsurance
Andrew Vorkink, Country Director for Turkey, World Bank
Francis Ghesquiere, Senior Urban Specialist, World Bank
Ian O' Donnell, Head of Disaster Risk Management, Asian Development Bank
Howard Kunreuther, Cecilia Yen Koo Professor, Professor of Decision Sciences and Public Policy and Management,  Co-Director, Risk Management and Decision Processes Center, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Hideo Suzuki, President, The Japan Earthquake Reinsurance Co., Ltd., Japan
Neil E. Weeks, CEO and Vice-chairman of OECD Board, Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation

 


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