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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

"Great opportunity to keep abreast of the developments in the CAT modelling world"
"One of the best conferences on CAT in years, in London and elsewhere"
CAT Risk Global
Teresa Alvarez-Diaz