Federation of Afro-Asian Insurers & Reinsurers (FAIR) 25th Conference
Theme: “Insurance Transformation in FAIR-Land
9-11 October, Manama, Bahrain
This is the 25th edition of FAIR’s biennial conference. FAIR conferences aim to promote cooperation among (re)insurance companies in Asia and Africa, and typically attract hundreds of top executives and key decision-makers from the industry to discuss the opportunities and challenges they face.
2017 Philippine Non-life Insurance Forum
Theme: “Let’s Talk About Claims”
11 October, Parañaque City, Philippines
This event, organised by the Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association (PIRA), will see top insurance executives from the Philippines discuss claims settlement in an online world; claims after disasters; the role of brokers in claims settlement; fraud prevention and detection; data privacy and data sharing and their effect on claims settlement and promoting transparency and good faith through social media.
23rd Indonesia Rendezvous
Theme: “Reforming the Fight against Fraud in Insurance Industry”
11-14 October, Bali, Indonesia
The 23rd Indonesia Rendezvous will be focusing on issues related to fraud, what actions need to be taken by the industry, what role can be played by the authority and how the risk of fraud can be minimised with the assistance of technology.
Singapore Actuarial Society 4th Health and Retirement Conference 2017
Theme: “Personalised Planning – One Size Does Not Fit All”
12-13 October, Singapore
The diversity of retirement and healthcare needs is pushing the industry to look for multi-disciplinary ideas and solutions. This conference aims to take forward these discussions with a focus on personalised medicine revolution.
Asia Pacific Insurance Conference 2017
18-20 October, Singapore
Run under the auspices of AIDA, the International Insurance Law Association, the inaugural Asia Pacific Insurance Conference 2017’s programme begins with AIDA working party meetings on climate and catastrophe; insurance law; reinsurance; ADR; personal insurance and pensions; insurance distribution; motor; marine; and state supervision.
The programme includes keynote speakers from insurance and legal sectors – thought leaders who will discuss topical issues that are vital to the future of the insurance industry across the Asia Pacific region.
FT Asia Insurance Summit 2017
Theme: “Digitisation, Dynamism, Demand: Embedding Resilience across the Region”
19 October, Hong Kong
Is Asia pioneering insurance innovation globally? The FT Asia Insurance Summit 2017 will discuss how the year ahead will prove pivotal for growth, penetration and innovation in Asia.
14th Singapore International Reinsurance Conference
Theme: “New Partnerships in Reinsurance”
31 October – 2 November, Singapore
The 14th SIRC will have Mr Ulrich Wallin, Chairman & CEO of Hannover Re, making his maiden appearance as the conference keynote speaker. The event will provide three days of high-level networking and cooperation opportunities, with the Lloyd’s Coffee House acting as the integral core of the event, where all interested parties meet under one roof.
The Digital Insurer Annual Conference 2017
2 November, Singapore
This one-day event brings the insurance community in Asia together to look at the future of insurance. Besides presentations and discussions, it will feature technology and insurance innovation showcases, with The Digital Insurer awards to be held on the same day. Live streaming enables remote attendance for this conference, which counts speakers from insurers, innovation labs, technology companies and startups.
IAIS Annual Conference 2017
Theme: “Insurance Supervision: Looking Beyond…”
2-3 November, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This year, the IAIS annual conference’s theme reflects on the possibilities that lie ahead for insurers and regulators – such as those that lie beyond the status quo, beyond national boundaries, beyond the present and beyond conventional insurance.
LIMRA-KIRI Insurance Conference
Theme: “Inventing the Future of Insurance”
7-8 November, Seoul, South Korea
This conference is designed for those who want the inside track on success models in the technological revolution; to learn from local, regional and global case studies and best practices; to know the latest developments in health care trends; retirement research; product innovation and distribution advancements.
PARIMA Singapore 2017
Theme: “Sustainable, Resilient & Intelligent Future”
14 November, Singapore
This one-day conference is a platform for risk managers to hear from key insurance industry players, learn the latest industry trends and network with fellow counterparts. Featuring over 30 speakers, six insightful educational sessions and networking opportunities, it is free for PARIMA members and risk managers.
28th Pacific Insurance Conference
Theme: “Our World from the Outside In”
19-22 November, Hong Kong
As one of the world’s largest insurance conferences, the PIC serves to enable executives who engage in life, health, retirement savings and wealth management business in the Pacific Rim to exchange information and gain an insight into issues concerning future business and economic development in the 21st century.
5th Asia Marine Insurance Conference
Theme: “Finding Anchorage in the Perfect Storm”
20-21 November, Hong Kong
Co-organised with the Hong Kong Federation of Insurers as part of Hong Kong Maritime Week 2017, this 2-day conference will address the tempest-tossed marine world. It will feature sessions addressing the maritime opportunities and risks for Asia from China’s bold Belt and Road project and the melting Arctic ice with its increasingly popular Northern Sea Route transit. The conference is for all cargo, hull and P&I stakeholders.
5th Asia Investment Management Summit for Insurance
Theme: “Insuring an Auspicious Start to the Winning Side of 2018”
30 November -1 December, Hong Kong
The conference will offer insurance investment managers a head start in understanding the likely investment climate in 2018 and on the agenda will be briefings on the outlook for the region’s interest rates, equities, fixed income, latest regulatory breakthroughs as well as alternative investments.