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"One of the best conferences on CAT in years, in London and elsewhere"
CAT Risk Global
Teresa Alvarez-Diaz
James Orr Head of Department for the General Insurance Actuaries PRA, BANK OF ENGLAND
JB Crozet Head of Group Underwriting & Modelling AMLIN
Simon Ruffle Director of Technology Research & Innovation CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR RISK STUDIES
Victoria Jenkins Head of Analytics GUY CARPENTER
Key themes for 2015
Pre-Conference Workshop
Post-conference workshop
Key Industry Opinions

• 20+ speakers
• Underwriters, brokers & vendors
• PRA perspectives
• 6 industry case studies
• Lloyd's update

2015 Cat Risk Hot Topics

• Non modelled perils
• Cyber accumulation risk
• Terrorism risk
• Using multiple models

Flood Re Update
• Flood Re portfolio
• Implementation issues
• Modelling solutions
• Supply chain risk
Non-Modelled Risks

• Practitioner perspectives
• Building on ABI Guidance
• Materiality of NMR
• NMR: Mind the Gap 


Managing Catastrophe Risk Conference 2015 - Modelling Hazards and Managing Risk Exposure in a Multi-Model Solvency II World

Two Days of Comprehensive Analysis and In-Depth Coverage of the Hottest Topics in Catastrophe Risk Management

View the Managing Catastrophe Risk Conference Agenda.

Alternative views of cat risk – What are the realistic prospects?
• What next for cat bonds and capital markets?
Understanding the global cat loss potential
• Adjustments of vendor models
Managing catastrophe risk in 2015
• Regulatory perspectives and insights
What do the new models actually look like and achieve
• Working with un-modelled risk
Dealing with uncertainty
• Latest research in hazards and vulnerability

Spotlight Session - David Clouston, LLOYD'S

"Alternative Views of Catastrophe Risk – What are the Realistic Prospects?"

• Why is it so difficult to establish independent platforms for catastrophe modelling?
• How could some of the obstacles be overcome?
• What difference would it actually make to our understanding of risk?
• How can I achieve relaxation and happiness, given all the uncertainty I have to consider?

20+ Expert Cat Risk Speakers at 'Managing Catastrophe Risk' Including:

  • Matthew Jones, Director, CAT RISK INTELLIGENCE
  • JB Crozet, Head of Underwriting Modelling, AMLIN
  • Simon Ruffle, Director of Technology Research & Innovation, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR RISK STUDIES
  • Tian Lim, Head of Catastrophe Accumulation & Modelling, ARK SYNDICATE MANAGEMENT
  • Victoria Jenkins, Managing Director, Head of Technical Innovation EMEA, GUY CARPENTER
  • Iain Willis, Technical Director, JBA RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Professor Paul Bates, Director & Co-Founder, SSBN FLOOD RISK SOLUTIONS
  • Dominico del Re, Associate Director, PWC
  • James Orr, Head of Department for General Insurance Actuaries, BANK OF ENGLAND, PRA
  • Krish Kistnassamy, Technical Specialist, BANK OF ENGLAND, PRA
  • Marta Abramska, Senior Manager, PWC
  • David Clouston, Deputy Head of Exposure Management & Reinsurance, LLOYD’S
  • Dr Arvin Zolfaghari, Exposure Management Development Manager, LIBERTY SPECIALTY MARKETS
  • Nick Barter, Head of Group Catastrophe Risk, CHAUCER
  • Brian Owens, Senior Director, RMS
  • Giovanni Garcia, Director, AIR WORLDWIDE
  • Marta Abramska, Senior Manager, PWC
  • Rodney Griffin, Senior Vice President, CORELOGIC/EQECAT

Plus, Attend 2 Associated Workshops to Drill Down on the Essentials of Cat Risk

Pre Conference Workshop:
Developing an Own View of Risk: From Non-Modelled Risk to Multiple Model Usage

29 June 2015 • Central London

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Led by: Dr Matthew Jones, Founding Director, CAT RISK INTELLIGENCE

  • The need for an own view of risk
  • Practicalities, resources and proportionality
  • Model evaluation
  • Sensitivity testing
  • Multiple model usage
  • Main categories of NMR
  • Techniques for quantification

Post Conference Workshop:
Building & Interpreting Cat Models in 2015 & Beyond 
2 July 2015 • Central London

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Led by: Shane Latchman, Research Manager, AIR WORLDWIDE

  • Understanding hazards and vulnerability
  • Generation of EP curves
  • Interpreting model results
  • Solvency II

These hands on technical workshops are specifically intended for representatives of re/insurance organisations.

Just some of the comments from previous General Insurance Conference Delegates

"A wide range of people from different backgrounds to give a more well-rounded conference"
James Brook
"Great conference to keep up to date on the issues that concern the industry most"