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Diary of Events

Source: Asia Insurance Review | Mar 2016

1st Asia Pacific Maritime Insurance Conference
Theme: “Managing Increasing Exposures & New Risks in the Maritime World”
16-17 March, Singapore
Held in conjunction with the 14th Asia Pacific Maritime 2016, the two-day conference provides the premium peer networking and dialogues event for ship owners, ship managers, underwriters and all the stakeholders in the maritime industry. It includes active panel discussions, expert presentations relating to market development, legal & regulations, underwriting, claims, risk management as well as practical solutions in maritime trade. 
14th Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) 2016
16-18 March, Singapore
Meet 15,000 decision-makers, ship owners, ship builders and other key players from the Asian maritime and offshore community over three days. Be among the 1,500 international exhibitors at the event to build brand awareness, network and exchange ideas with decision makers and industry influencers in one single conducive platform. 
11th Asia Conference on Healthcare and Health Insurance
Theme: “Being a ‘Smart’ Health Insurer – Innovation, Profitability & Sustainability’’
21-22 March, Singapore
The two-day conference will look at the hot topics on healthcare developments, challenges and opportunities including rising medical costs, healthcare innovation and the potential for growth and profitability.
Asia Motor Insurance & Claims Management Conference
Theme: “Being a Smart Motor Insurer”
29-30 March, Bangkok, Thailand
The digital and disruptive innovations in the automotive world offer a brave new landscape of opportunities for motor insurers. To stay relevant, motor insurers are forced to rethink their strategies. This two-day Asia Motor Conference will look at being a better and smarter insurer in the traditional space as well as embracing telematics and analytics and looking at insuring driverless cars.
11th World Takaful Conference (WTC)
Theme: “Prudent Practices for Global Growth”
11-12 April, Dubai, UAE
WTC takes a pragmatic approach in finding solutions to major industry issues by analysing the takaful landscape and engaging renowned speakers. New initiatives this year include “Connect by MEGA”, a mobile app to facilitate networking and enable the audience’s participation in live voting on key issues. WTC 2016 will also see the launch of the “Finance Forward World Takaful Outlook Report 2016” to help industry leaders make key strategic decisions and capitalise on emerging opportunities.
Asia Insurance Innovation Summit
Theme: “The WOW of Innovation for Insurance”
25-26 April, Singapore
How should companies seek to innovate? What is the risk appetite to pursue innovation? And do companies have the necessary resources to do it? These topics and more will be explored at the Summit.
IAA Life Section Colloquium 
Theme: “Insurance Evolution: Change is the only constant”
25-27 April, Hong Kong
The theme of the conference recognises that the life insurance industry is continuing to evolve to meet the needs of its customers, and how the role of actuaries is changing and adapting to meet those needs. The Conference will feature noted speakers who will cover a wide range of topics from risk, capital and value; products, markets, customers and distribution, and data, analytics and technology. 
3rd Conference on Insurance M&A in Asia
Theme: “Being Strategically Ready to Win in the M&A Game’’
27-28 April, Singapore
With the continuing acceleration of M&A, the 3rd Conference on Insurance M&A in Asia aims to bring together industry experts to provide analysis of the changing insurance M&A landscape in Asia, pitfalls that can crop up during integration planning and delivery, deal fundamentals and legal aspects. Lessons and best practices will also be drawn from case studies.
17th Asia Conference on Bancassurance and Alternative Distribution
Theme: “Innovation & Smart Deals to be a Real Winner”
10-11 May, Jakarta, Indonesia
With Asia’s rapid growing consumer banking base, insurers are looking to innovate their bancassurance solutions and diversify their distribution channels. The Conference will look at the billion dollar offering in bancassurance as well as the latest bancassurance deals, trends, issues and other alternative channels in the region. 
10th Anniversary Asia Insurance CFO Summit 2016 
Theme: “CFOs in the New Era: Past Lessons and Future Projections”
25-27 May, Bangkok, Thailand
The 10th Anniversary CFO Summit aims to tackle the new issues that have changed the whole world. What has the last decade taught us, and what will the next decade bring? And how will the CFO of the next decade evolve with these new demands to become effective for business? 
Global Insurance Forum
12-15 June, Singapore
Formerly known as the International Insurance Society (IIS) Annual Seminar, the Global Insurance Forum is expected to draw more than 500 senior insurance executives, regulators, insurance scholars and policy makers from all regions of the world and industry sectors. The Forum will look at how insurers will drive change in response to internal and external competitors, remaining competitive and increasing relevancy within the global marketplace.
2016 LIMRA LOMA Strategic Issues Conference
22-24 June, Hong Kong
This Conference is designed for CEOs and senior executives at financial services and life insurance companies doing business in the Asia-Pacific who want the inside track on emerging opportunities, and to learn the latest developments in marketing, distribution and corporate management. 
6th Asia Life Insurance Summit with Asia Life Agents & Advisers Awards
Theme: “Reinventing the Life Business in the Smart Era”
11-12 July, Singapore
The Summit will bring together leading experts and key players to address critical issues and key challenges facing the life insurance markets in Asia today. There will also be discussions on responding to the changing needs of the policyholders through product innovation and branding, optimising distribution models, the need to cover protection gaps, changes in the regulatory landscape and strategies to drive growth in the changing environment.
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