Insurance Risk & Capital Americas 2023

26 September 2023, New York

The leading event for CROs and CIOs at re/insurers

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Insurance Asset Risk and InsuranceERM are delighted to announce that the annual Insurance Risk & Capital Americas will take place at Convene, New York on 26 September 2023.

The agenda will feature two tracks covering all aspects of enterprise risk management and investment strategy for re/insurers in North America, with a view from Chief Risk Officers, Chief Actuaries, Chief Investment Officers and Chief Sustainability Officers.

We not only share great content with insights from superb speakers, but we also brought the insurance risk community together.

If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, please contact, to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.

Featuring two tracks:

Insurance Asset Risk

Insurance ERM

Why attend?

250+ Delegates

250+ Delegates

70% Insurers and Regulators

70% Insurers and Regulators

15+ Countries

15+ Countries

50+ Speakers

50+ Speakers

10+ Sessions

15+ Sessions

100+ Companies

100+ Companies

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Selected 2022 video interviews

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  • Learning from different perspectives and engaging with other risk leaders make this conference valuable

    Protective Life

  • This was a terrific event!

    Prudential Financial

  • This conference is outstanding – I always enjoy being here!


  • Sharing ideas and collaborating best practice at this conference help our industry to be more resilient



Unbundling risk, liquidity and alternatives in Bermuda

On the back of the regulator's announcement of its intention to ramp up scrutiny on Bermudians' illiquid investments, insurers discuss their approach to alternative asset classes and the 'loose' concept of illiquidity. Vincent Huck reports

Beware the unintended consequences of good intent

Panellists at Insurance Risk and Capital 2022 conference Bermuda have warned of the complexity of integrating climate change considerations in their business and the difficulty to communicate on those externally. Vincent Huck reports.