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Source: Asia Insurance Review | Mar 2022

Asia Insurance Brokers’ Summit (With Special Broker Captives Programme)
Theme: “Do brokers have a niche future?”
15–17 March 2022
COVID-19 has changed the way we do business. The Virtual Broker Summit will have an exciting platform for brokers to meet clients in the virtual space, to have real discussions, without the risks, whilst also looking for new potential clients. The 10th in the series – a virtual-only conference will have all the perks of an actual conference. We shall look at the basic strategic core value that brokers bring to the whole value chain with a special broker captives programme.
 
Asia Conference on Healthcare and Health Insurance
Theme: “Defining the true driver of health insurance beyond the pandemic”
29–30 March 2022, Singapore
The pandemic has highlighted deep-rooted issues in healthcare infrastructure and health inequities that have existed for many years. Non-communicable diseases and the ageing population pose major challenges for governments, given tight health budgets. Affordability and accessibility are still two major concerns as half the world’s population lacks access to basic health service and insurance coverage.
 
The event will provide a platform for debate and discussion amongst insurance experts and other health industry stakeholders.
 
RMIA Annual Conference 
Theme: Reunion, collaborating and reconnecting
30 March–1 April 2022 in Melbourne, Australia
The Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA) is the leading risk body in the Asia-Pacific region with a 30-year history. The RMIA annual conference is a must-attend event for risk management practitioners, senior managers, consultants, service providers and others in the field of insurance and risk management.  The conference includes an exhibition of the latest updates in the risk industry plus product demonstrations.
 
2022 Global 3D Insurance conference
7–8 April 2022, Virtual
Organised by the International Financial Architects Academy, this is the first virtual reality and mixed-reality digital conference. The event will showcase the latest technological trends in the insurance space with a special focus on virtual reality.
 
Asia InsurTech Conference
Theme: “Winning with disruptions: Getting the edge through InsurTech”
27–28 April 2022, Singapore
The InsurTech industry is developing at warp speed, thanks to new technologies and an upsurge in investment. Partnerships between InsurTechs and insurance providers will become even more essential as insurers continue to adapt and refine their technology to adapt to the new business landscape.
 
The event will bring together insurers, founders, investors and experts who are spearheading the industry’s digital transformation and shaping the future of the insurance ecosystem. This curated panel of experts will each 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.
 
ITC Asia 2022
Theme: “The future of insurance is here”
7–9 June 2022
ITC Asia is the region’s largest InsurTech event - offering unparalleled access to the most comprehensive and global gathering of tech entrepreneurs, investors, and insurance industry incumbents.
 
Over the course of three days, the industry will convene to showcase new innovations, to learn how to increase productivity and reduce costs, and ultimately to enrich the lives of policyholders.
 
FT Asia Insurance Summit
Theme: “Forging strategies to manage evolving risks”
16 June 2022
Even before the pandemic shook the world’s economic, social and healthcare foundations, the insurance industry had begun to change. Traditional business and operating models were making room for the digitalisation of products and services that was sharpening the distribution chain and creating a greater understanding of the customer. Asia’s insurers had also begun to evolve risk-mitigation strategies for customers, shareholders and themselves, in the face of a real threat from climate change, and growing environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns.
 
That has led to a transformation of management decision-making, including on investment allocation. How much should insurers invest in digital channels? How has the pandemic accelerated the pace of digitalisation? How viable would alternative business models be—for example, setting up venture-capital divisions to try out different ideas? In Asia’s complex, changing regulatory environment, what would be the best business and investment strategies for insurers? How is Asia’s insurance leadership meeting the challenge?
 
The ninth edition of the Financial Times’ Asia Insurance Summit will gather senior executives from the insurance, investment and services industries, as well as thought leaders from the technology and financial sectors, to examine how insurers are restyling themselves to meet risks in changing times.
 
For more information on our conferences, visit our website at www.asiainsurancereview.com or
contact Ms Loga at loga@asiainsurancereview.com.
 
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