12th India Rendezvous
Theme: “Reinsurance: Disrupted”
22-24 January 2019, Mumbai, India
This is the 12th year of Asia Insurance Review’s flagship event for India’s insurance market. It is a new world of reinsurance, where reinsurance is blamed for not doing enough in the era of tech and disruption. Co-organised with GIC Re, this conference will look at how India will change traditional systems to address new trends, government initiatives for enablement - and the need for the market to work with a ‘millennial’ mind.
4th Asia Conference on Big Data and Analytics for Insurance
18-19 February 2019, Singapore
Big data and analytics have opened up a whole new world of opportunities for the insurance industry. The rise of AI and new tools have brought about process efficiencies but also introduce new challenges like accuracy, assumptions and rules. This conference will discuss the major trends and implications in harnessing data in insurance operations.
7th Asia Insurance Brokers’ Summit
Theme: The Seven Virtues of Brokers that Make Them Indispensable – Being the Best in the Digital Era
6-7 March 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia
Brokers have faced the threat of disintermediation even before the turn of the century. It is an old debate that started even before the World Wide Web was born. Today we have more brokers in the market handling more risk premiums and there is a mixed bag of small, medium and big brokers, local, regional and multinational ones vying for the same business. So what are these seven deadly virtues that make brokers invincible? With this dynamic theme, the Summit will be a thought leadership platform to debate and discuss the key trends in the market and ensure the sustainability of brokers in this digital era.
19th Asia CEO Insurance Summit
Theme: “Capitalising on Digital Transformation: Disruptive Versus Enabling Strategies”
12-13 March 2019, Singapore
Asia Insurance Review’s flagship summit will explore the changing dynamics of digital transformation in insurance, and will address the following challenges: How to make insurance organisations fit for the digital future: Priorities and trade-offs; how to prepare for different technology scenarios: Disruptive versus enabling; and how to generate new and more business by harnessing technology. The conference will feature fewer but more in-depth speeches and panel contributions and new workshop-style elements to promote interaction.