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Insurance Asset Risk is pleased to announce that our seventh annual Insurance Asset Risk conference will take place in London on 19 October 2020.
Join our expert panel of speakers at Insurance Asset Risk to debate the key risks, challenges and opportunities facing insurers and their balance sheets.
As the uncertainty over Brexit starts to clear we will assess the impact Brexit will have on policy and regulation, on UK & EU economies and subsequent asset risk and asset performance. Investment leaders will consider the interconnectedness of the financial sector and the vulnerability to a black swan event. Experts will look at how an ever increasing focus on climate risk will impact asset value and asset allocation, and how insurers can best demonstrate impact from sustainable investment choices.
200+ delegates attended the conference last year (of which 53% were re/insurers or regulators), providing the ideal opportunity to network and discuss the key regulatory and investment challenges facing the UK and European re/insurance industry.
Excellent feedback from last year
“I’ve found this conference very useful and I had many key takeaways. It was interesting to hear European perspectives from both the panels and individual speakers”.
“This conference is very important to the insurance community; it’s all about learning, listening to other perspectives in a receptive way, and taking knowledge back to the office”.
“One of the best conferences out there”.
“Hearing opinions from banks, asset managers and insurance companies was a great experience and opened my eyes to things that I don’t normally see in my day job”.
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