The European Forum for Risk and Insurance professionnals
Risk managers can choose to join our risk manager only « World Café » roundtables. It is a hospitable space for collaborative dialogue, sharing collective knowledge and shaping the future.
Table 1 hosted by Michael Elliott – Practical techniques for implementing Entreprise Risk Management
There is increasing interest in enterprise risk management (ERM), with many risk managers expanding their role into this area. Join us for a World Café knowledge sharing session on ERM’s value and techniques for implementing a program. Based on information The Institutes obtained from a series of interviews with risk managers from The Clorox Company (a global consumer products company), TruMark Financial (a US-based community financial institution), and Direct Rail Services (a UK-based transportation and logistics company), learn through real-life examples how various organizations are navigating the phases of their ERM journey, from gaining commitment for a program to measuring and monitoring results.
Table 2 hosted by Luis Lancha – Travel risk management
This table will focus on « Risk management of the traveler and expatriate » covering the following points:
Table 3 hosted by Julie Cain – Transforming Cyber Risk into Cyber-Resilience and Value
In discussion that emphasizes the importance of cross-disciplinary collaboration on all things cyber, cyber-risk management, resilience building and oversight, we place « cyber » into the universe of ESGT (environmental, social, governance and technology) issues, risks and opportunities that organizations must master to survive and thrive in today’s complex, rapidly changing and constantly challenging environment.
We will cover:
Transforming cyber risk into cyber opportunity!
Table 4 hosted by David Vigier – Risk and Opportunities in Africa
The African continents is synonym of a lot of opportunities, which implies risks as well. The continent is going through a changing insurance markets and this roundtable will be the chance to discuss further trends in this field, the regulatory constraints following these changes as well as the stakeholders directly impacted.
Table 5 hosted by Anne Charon – Gender equality in insurance matters
Gender equality has improved at nearly all levels in the insurance industry but there is still far to go.
We will cover: