Global Conference of Actuaries
17–19 February, Mumbai, India
The GCA in its 21st year has been attracting stakeholders in the insurance and financial sectors including actuaries and non-actuaries. India is today an attractive destination for global actuarial services delivery with over 1,000 actuarial resources working on actuarial deliverables that originate from overseas markets. Most insurers operating in India are joint ventures between domestic and global players and there is also a strong representation of global players in both the consulting and reinsurance spheres. The demand for actuaries has never been greater and so the event will look at the steps being taken to expand and strengthen the profession.
ANZIIF InsurTech Conference 2020
19–20 February, Sydney, Australia
ANZIIF’s InsurTech conference cultivates true collaboration by providing a platform for the entire InsurTech ecosystem to unite and push the boundaries within the insurance industry. Delegates can learn new insights to transform their thinking, influence digital innovation and drive new customer value as the InsurTech ecosystem comes together at one of the largest such gatherings in the region.
13th Middle East Healthcare Insurance Conference
Theme: “Hi-Tech Hi-Touch Health Insurance and the Pull of Investing in Healthcare, HealthTech and InsurTech”
3–4 March, Muscat, Oman
The event is being held for the third time in Muscat and will continue the discussions on the developments of the compulsory health insurance system in the country, and the rapid technological changes witnessed in the world by digital discoveries and AI that is revolutionising healthcare, health outcomes, and human experiences.
8th Asia Insurance Brokers’ Summit
Theme: “A Perfect Vision for Brokers: Driving Business in the Data Tech Era”
10–11 March, Singapore
Brokers have been playing an important – at times unappreciated – role in insurance since time immemorial. In this digital era with InsurTech and the various modes of online distribution, brokers seems further challenged. The summit will look at the core value that brokers bring to insurance and the challenges they face at present – and the way forward.
15th Asia Conference on Healthcare and Health Insurance
Theme: “Back to the Future in Health Insurance: Putting the Care Back in Health – Powered by Tech and Digital”
17–18 March, Singapore
The two-day conference will discuss the dynamic and critical role of insurance, both life and general, in the health business, how the insurance, health and tech markets find a common working ground, how the insurance industry can regenerate itself in the new ecosystem and what services and solutions are the ultimate enablers to create real health, wealth of opportunities and add value.
Asia InsurTech & AI Summit 2020
Theme: “Winning with Disruptions: Getting the Edge through InsurTech”
15–17 April, Singapore
The summit will be a great opportunity to network and meet with insurers, founders, investors, and experts that are spearheading the industry’s digital transformation and shaping the future of the insurance ecosystem. A panel of experts will share their unique perspectives on the current state of InsurTech, where the industry is headed, as well as how to gear up for scale in the competitive insurance landscape.
3rd Myanmar Insurance Summit
Theme: “Myanmar: A Modern Case Study in Opening Up the Insurance Sector - A Win-Win for all”
27-28 April 2020, Yangon, Myanmar
With Myanmar’s insurance market finally open to foreign competition, the country represents an ideal case study of insurance reform and liberalisation and the role of insurance in an era of technology. Following the success of the Myanmar insurance summits in 2014 and 2018, Asia Insurance Review will host the 3rd Myanmar Insurance Summit in Yangon, with support from the Ministry of Finance of Myanmar and Myanma Insurance. This summit is aimed at exploring the opportunities for new entrants in all areas of insurance to help build resilience in this fast-emerging nation.
IFoA Asia Conference 2020
24-25 June, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Theme: Reinvention to Thrive in a Digital Age
The IFoA Asia Conference 2020 is expected to attract intellectual thought leaders, senior industry players, opinion formers, academics, actuaries and non-actuaries from across Asia and beyond. The event will focus on the reinvention of the actuarial profession in terms of its skillsets and mind-sets so that actuaries can thrive in an increasing range of domains in a digital age.
Theme: “2020, A Brave New Decade for Insurance”
30 August–2 September 2020, Seoul, South Korea
The 30th East Asian Insurance Congress will serve as an important opportunity for industry leaders from member countries to gather and discuss the industry’s role in the face of a radically changing business environment both in their home countries and abroad.