PARIMA BANGKOK CONFERENCE 2018

MASTERCLASSES

21 MAY 2018 | St. Regis Bangkok

9:00AM – 10:00AM

10:30AM – 12:30PM

1:30PM – 3:30PM

MASTERCLASSES

Monday 21 May 2018

may, 2018

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21may9:00 am- 10:00 amLooking Through the Blind Spots of 3rd Party Relationships
(by PARIMA)
Astor IIISPEAKER(S):
  • Kelvin Wu - Group Senior Manager, Risk Management and Insurance, International SOS
  • Komsun Intarasatakul - Senior Vice President, CP Group, Insurance Office
DESCRIPTION: A Risk Manager only forum where Risk Managers share on how they manage their 3rd party relationships with service providers. As risk managers, managing our relationships with service providers such as consultants, insurers, brokers, loss valuators etc. are a vital part of our business model framework. When a crisis comes, we rely heavily on them to minimise the pains that come with the issue. In this closed door, risk managers only masterclass, we will discuss the challenges of managing 3rd party relationships, with senior risk managers sharing their experiences on what works for them and their lessons learnt. Through an interactive host-to-audience discussion, this workshop is designed to help risk managers have a better understanding on how to better manager 3rd party relationships and potential conflicts of interest.
21may10:30 am- 12:30 pmWinning Titan: The International Program Game
(by Zurich)
Astor IIISPEAKER(S):
  • Sean Welsch, Head of Captive Management & Business Development Zurich Commercial Asia Pacific
DESCRIPTION: During this highly interactive game, each team will work through a series of videos that present the challenges faced by Titan Industries, and help develop the best international program solution. By collaborating in your teams, you will agree recommendation for Titan Industries so that they understand and appreciate the: • Advantages of an international program. • Key elements of the International Programs process from start to finish. • Information required to assess risk and price risk transfer. • Impact of legal and regulatory requirements on International Programs. • Factors that ensure successful program implementation. This unique approach to international programs is designed for risk managers and brokers to build their knowledge of international programs in a fun and insightful way.
21may10:30 am- 12:30 pmMapping the Risk – Preventing Flood-Related Losses
(by FM Global)
Astor IISPEAKER(S):
  • Beh Hiang Joo, Manager, External Partner Training, Asia Pacific
  • Natthawut Maneelek, Engineering (Flood) Specialist, Asia excluding Greater China
DESCRIPTION: Global warming and rising sea level are well-documented and flood-related losses continue to mount across Asia. Efforts to combat climate change continue to gain pace, but will they be enough? While we muster the ambition to stop the rising tide, we can at least make sure that we’re ready. This session forms a high-level dialogue between risk managers from public and private sectors with FM Global’s experts who will share their in-depth knowledge on flood mitigation practices as well as the insights gained working with clients to protect their facilities from the risks presented by flood across Asia. The session will highlight several critical issues, including the severity of flood-related losses in Asia supported by real-life examples, and the importance of developing knowledge ahead of time given the unpredictable nature of flood occurrence. The session also aims to build further awareness among risk managers of the physical abatement and human interventions that are readily available.
21may1:30 pm- 3:30 pmWhy Insurance is Critical To Delivering a Successful Construction and Infrastructure Project
(by Aon)
Astor IISPEAKER(S):
  • Andrew Bentley - CEO, Thailand, Aon
DESCRIPTION: The Masterclass will share methods of insuring Construction and Infrastructure projects and the key role insurance plays. Insurance is intended to provide the Project Developer/Owner and the Contractor with a cost effective way of financing risks which they do not have the financial strength to bear themselves. All too often, the arrangement of insurance is regarded as an “administrative inconvenience” or simply being an exercise of being able to put a “tick in the box” of tasks completed. However, it is not an exaggeration to state that arranging fit for purpose insurance coverage can be critical to the successful execution of any construction project, regardless of size and complexity. Getting the right coverage from the insurance requires an adequate amount of attention during the early stages of the project’s development to ensure that the insurance being purchased provides the coverage needed. Join our masterclass to learn how this can be achieved if the insurance is made to ‘dovetail’ with the risks inherent in the project, a task which requires a full understanding of commercial, financing, technical, and insurance matters.
21may1:30 pm- 3:30 pmRethink the (Un)predictable
(by International SOS)
Astor IIISPEAKER(S):
  • Dr Philippe Guibert - Regional Medical Director, Consulting Services for Asia, International SOS
  • Aditya Luthra - Security Director, Security Solutions, Asia Pacific, International SOS and Control Risks
  • Aaron Sim - Regional Director, Asia, International SOS
DESCRIPTION: Are travel risks unavoidable or in fact predictable and therefore preventable? This interactive workshop is designed for risk managers to prepare for decision-making in an actual crisis and its aftermath. Experts will share perception vs reality of travel risks and best practices in managing (un)predictable situations through an escalating crisis simulation exercise using an engaging mix of digital tools and platforms.

21 May 2018 | 9.00am to 10.00am |  Astor III

LOOKING THROUGH THE BLIND SPOTS
OF INTERMEDIARY RELATIONSHIPS

SPEAKERS

Kelvin Wu
Kelvin WuGroup Senior Manager, Risk Management & Insurance - International SOS
Komsun Intarasatakul
Komsun IntarasatakulSenior Vice President, Insurance Office - CP Group

Risk Manager only forum where Risk Managers share on how they manage their 3rd party relationships with service providers. As risk managers, managing our relationships with service providers such as consultants, insurers, brokers, loss valuators etc. are a vital part of our business model framework. When a crisis comes, we rely heavily on them to minimise the pains that come with the issue.

In this closed door, risk managers only masterclass, we will discuss the challenges of managing intermediary relationships, with senior risk managers sharing their experiences on what works for them and their lessons learnt. Through an interactive host-to-audience discussion, this workshop is designed to help risk managers have a better understanding on how to better manage 3rd party relationships and potential conflicts of interest.


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21 May 2018 | 10.30am to 12:30pm |  Astor II

MAPPING THE RISK – PREVENTING FLOOD-RELATED LOSSES

SPEAKERS

Beh Hiang Joo
Beh Hiang JooManager, External Partner Training, Asia Pacific
Natthawut Maneelek
Natthawut ManeelekEngineering (Flood) Specialist, Asia excluding Greater China

Global warming and rising sea level are well-documented and flood-related losses continue to mount across Asia. Efforts to combat climate change continue to gain pace, but will they be enough? While we muster the ambition to stop the rising tide, we can at least make sure that we’re ready.

This session forms a high-level dialogue between risk managers from public and private sectors with FM Global’s experts who will share their in-depth knowledge on flood mitigation practices as well as the insights gained working with clients to protect their facilities from the risks presented by flood across Asia.

The session will highlight several critical issues, including the severity of flood-related losses in Asia supported by real-life examples, and the importance of developing knowledge ahead of time given the unpredictable nature of flood occurrence. The session also aims to build further awareness among risk managers of the physical abatement and human interventions that are readily available.

This masterclass session is important for all risk managers because:

• Flood is a perennial issue in Thailand and many developing countries in Asia. Given the pressure placed on much of the continent’s infrastructure by population growth, the risk presented by flooding remains ever-present.

• There is an opportunity to improve the exchange of best practices to heighten awareness of loss prevention and risk mitigation solutions that address flood-related issues across Asia.

It is expected that at the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to identify practical actions to address and mitigate flood-related problems, leading to improved risk management practices and risk quality among the properties under their purview.


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21 May 2018 | 10.30am to 12:30pm |  Astor III

WINNING TITAN: THE INTERNATIONAL
PROGRAM GAME

SPEAKER

Sean Welsch
Sean WelschHead of Captive Management & Business Development Zurich Commercial Asia Pacific

During this highly interactive game, each team will work through a series of videos that present the challenges faced by Titan Industries, and help develop the best international program solution. By collaborating in your teams, you will agree recommendation for Titan Industries so that they understand and appreciate the:

• Advantages of an international program.
• Key elements of the International Programs process from start to finish.
• Information required to assess risk and price risk transfer.
• Impact of legal and regulatory requirements on International Programs.
• Factors that ensure successful program implementation.

This unique approach to international programs is designed for risk managers and brokers to build their knowledge of international programs in a fun and insightful way.


Hosted by:

21 May 2018 | 1.30pm to 3:30pm |  Astor II

WHY INSURANCE IS CRITICAL TO DELIVERING A SUCCESSFUL
CONSTRUCTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

SPEAKER

Andrew Bentley
Andrew BentleyCEO, Thailand, Aon

The Masterclass will share methods of insuring Construction and Infrastructure projects and the key role insurance plays.

Insurance is intended to provide the Project Developer/Owner and the Contractor with a cost effective way of financing risks which they do not have the financial strength to bear themselves. All too often, the arrangement of insurance is regarded as an “administrative inconvenience” or simply being an exercise of being able to put a “tick in the box” of tasks completed.

However, it is not an exaggeration to state that arranging fit for purpose insurance coverage can be critical to the successful execution of any construction project, regardless of size and complexity.

Getting the right coverage from the insurance requires an adequate amount of attention during the early stages of the project’s development to ensure that the insurance being purchased provides the coverage needed.

Join our masterclass to learn how this can be achieved if the insurance is made to ‘dovetail’ with the risks inherent in the project, a task which requires a full understanding of commercial, financing, technical, and insurance matters.


Hosted by:

21 May 2018 | 1.30pm to 3:30pm |  Astor III

RETHINK THE
(UN)PREDICTABLE

SPEAKERS

Dr Philippe Guibert
Dr Philippe Guibert Regional Medical Director, Consulting Services for Asia, International SOS
Aditya Luthra
Aditya Luthra Security Director, Security Solutions, Asia Pacific, International SOS and Control Risks
Aaron Sim
Aaron Sim Regional Director, Asia, International SOS

Are travel risks unavoidable or in fact predictable and therefore preventable?

This interactive workshop is designed for risk managers to prepare for decision-making in an actual crisis and its aftermath. Experts will share perception vs reality of travel risks and best practices in managing (un)predictable situations through an escalating crisis simulation exercise using an engaging mix of digital tools and platforms.


Hosted by:

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