PARIMA SINGAPORE CONFERENCE 2017

MASTERCLASSES

13 NOVEMBER 2017 | 9:00AM – 10:00AM, 10:30AM – 12:30PM, 1:30PM – 3:30PM
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach

MASTERCLASSES

Monday 13 November

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21jun9:00 am- 10:00 amLooking Through the Blind Spots of Intermediary Relationships
(by PARIMA)
HQ-India Room – Assembly Level 2SPEAKER(S):
  • Suchitra Narayanan - Head of Risk and Insurance, Bumi Armada Berhad
  • Kelvin Wu - Group Senior Manager, Risk Management and Insurance, International SOS
DESCRIPTION: " Risk Manager only forum where Risk Managers share on how they manage their intermediary 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 manager 3rd party relationships and potential conflicts of interest.
21jun10:30 am- 12:30 pmBringing the Practical Aspects of Disaster Recovery into Business Continuity Management
(by Belfor)
HQ-India Room – Assembly Level 2SPEAKER(S):
  • Brian Whitmore, CEO Asia - Belfor
  • Tommy Kang, Director for Taiwan Office - Belfor
  • Danny Lin, AVP of Risk Management and Auditing Office - Qisda Corporation
DESCRIPTION: BELFOR is the world’s leading Disaster Recovery service provider, responding to more than 100,000 incidents each year around the world. In this masterclass, BELFOR will present real life case studies on how companies build disaster recovery into their business continuity plan and how it has helped many companies to return to business quickly when disasters strike. Our experts will also conduct a brief scenario based planning exercise with the participants and introduce them to how to plan for disaster recovery. Danny Lin, AVP of Risk Management and Auditing Office in Qisda Corporation (former BenQ) will also be sharing how his company included DRP as part of BCM in conjunction with BELFOR. This masterclass is created with the intention to bring knowledge to participants in an engaging and interactive way.
21jun10:30 am- 12:30 pmOvercoming the Business Interruption Insurance Challenge
(by Swiss Re)
November-Oscar Room – Assembly Level 2DESCRIPTION: With average large BI property insurance claims now exceeding USD$2.2m and accounting for a much higher proportion of the direct loss, it is a top concern for risk and insurance professionals across Asia Pacific. However, there are a number of challenges that organisations face when purchasing their BI cover, such as getting the values right, calculating the gross profit, identifying the indemnity period, coverage for wide area damage, ensuring adequate supply chain protection and avoiding lengthy claims settlement processes and disputes. Swiss Re Corporate Solutions invites PARIMA members to join this highly engaging session to understand how they can overcome challenges in establishing their BI cover. Attendees will work through a number of exercises to help them get a better understanding of BI insurance and how to design an insurance programme that delivers claims certainty. This fun and interactive workshop is designed for attendees who want to develop a better understanding of their own BI exposure and learn how to mitigate the risks.
21jun1:30 pm- 3:30 pm“Survive, Adapt & Grow” – Bounce Back to Success
(by XL CATLIN)
November-Oscar Room – Assembly Level 2SPEAKER(S):
  • Tim Powell, Regional Manager - Asia Pacific, International Financial Lines
  • Catherine Carlyon, Head of Claims, Asia Pacific
  • Carrie Huang, Underwriting Manager, Crisis Management
  • Bonnie Chow, Senior Underwriter, Political Risk & Trade Credit
DESCRIPTION: How can your business remain resilient in the face of adversity and changes? Today’s world is undergoing multiple complex transitions, with global risks evolving yet deeply interconnected. Heightened political uncertainty, polarized societies and landscape, sluggish economic recovery, increasing terrorist attacks and accelerating technological changes add to the challenges. Not to say rapid regulatory changes and the probability of a high-impact event causing reputational damage are always on the minds of senior management and risk managers. Having a collaborative approach to risk management with risk accountability in the first line of defense can be the key to greater organizational resiliency and growth. Come join XL Catlin in a lively and engaging session, where our expert panel of speakers will offer insights and discuss best practices and strategies to build up your business’ resilience in today’s challenging environment.
21jun1:30 pm- 3:30 pmBig Data, Little Experiment
(BY AXA)
HQ-India Room – Assembly Level 2DESCRIPTION: Become a data scientist for one day and learn the life cycle of a big Data project ! Data is today a key asset of any organization. Its use and integration in the decision-making and management processes are becoming a competitive advantage for any risk manager who knows how to master its value. In this class, you will go through the applications of data science in risk management area and ways to develop these initiatives in an organization. You will be involved in solving a data science problem through a simulation game, designed by AXA’s Data Innovation Lab, which will give you an overview of lifecycle of a data science project, its milestones, common pitfalls and foundations for success. You'll get out of this interactive session with a better understanding of how data can be used to better prevent, assess and mitigate risks and the role every stakeholder have to play to develop successful data projects.

13 November 2017 | 9.00am to 10.00am |  HQ-India Room – Assembly Level 2


Looking Through the Blind Spots of Intermediary Relationships

A Risk Manager only forum where Risk Managers share on how they manage their intermediary 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 third-party relationships and potential conflicts of interest.


Hosted by:

13 November 2017 | 10.30am to 12.30pm |  HQ-India  Room – Assembly Level 2



Bringing the Practical Aspects of Disaster Recovery into Business Continuity Management

BELFOR is the world’s leading Disaster Recovery service provider, responding to more than 100,000 incidents each year around the world.  In this masterclass, BELFOR will present real life case studies on how companies build disaster recovery into their business continuity plan and how it has helped many companies to return to business quickly when disasters strike. Our experts will also conduct a brief scenario based planning exercise with the participants and introduce them to how to plan for disaster recovery. Danny Lin, AVP of Risk Management and Auditing Office in Qisda Corporation (former BenQ) will also be sharing how his company included DRP as part of BCM in conjunction with BELFOR. This masterclass is created with the intention to bring knowledge to participants in an engaging and interactive way.


Hosted by:

13 November, 2017 | 10.30am to 12.30pm |  November-Oscar Room – Assembly Level 2



Overcoming the Business Interruption Insurance Challenge

With average large BI property insurance claims now exceeding USD$2.2m and accounting for a much higher proportion of the direct loss, it is a top concern for risk and insurance professionals across Asia Pacific.

However, there are a number of challenges that organisations face when purchasing their BI cover, such as getting the values right, calculating the gross profit, identifying the indemnity period, coverage for wide area damage, ensuring adequate supply chain protection and avoiding lengthy claims settlement processes and disputes.

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions invites PARIMA members to join this highly engaging session to understand how they can overcome challenges in establishing their BI cover. Attendees will work through a number of exercises to help them get a better understanding of BI insurance and how to design an insurance programme that delivers claims certainty. This fun and interactive workshop is designed for attendees who want to develop a better understanding of their own BI exposure and learn how to mitigate the risks.


Hosted by:

13 November, 2017 | 1.30pm to 3.30pm |  HQ-India  Room – Assembly Level 2



Big Data, Little Experiment

Become a data scientist for one day and learn the life cycle of a big Data project !

Data is today a key asset of any organization. Its use and integration in the decision-making and management processes are becoming a competitive advantage for any risk manager who knows how to master its value. In this class, you will go through the applications of data science in risk management area and ways to develop these initiatives in an organization. You will be involved in solving a data science problem through a simulation game, designed by AXA’s Data Innovation Lab, which will give you an overview of lifecycle of a data science project, its milestones, common pitfalls and foundations for success.

You'll get out of this interactive session with a better understanding of how data can be used to better prevent, assess and mitigate risks and the role every stakeholder have to play to develop successful data projects.


Hosted by:

13 November, 2017 | 1.30pm to 3.30pm |  November-Oscar  Room – Assembly Level 2



“Survive, Adapt & Grow” – Bounce Back to Success

How can your business remain resilient in the face of adversity and changes?

Today’s world is undergoing multiple complex transitions, with global risks evolving yet deeply interconnected. Heightened political uncertainty, polarized societies and landscape, sluggish economic recovery, increasing terrorist attacks and accelerating technological changes add to the challenges. Not to say rapid regulatory changes and the probability of a high-impact event causing reputational damage are always on the minds of senior management and risk managers.

Having a collaborative approach to risk management with risk accountability in the first line of defense can be the key to greater organizational resiliency and growth.

Come join XL Catlin in a lively and engaging session, where our expert panel of speakers will offer insights and discuss best practices and strategies to build up your business’ resilience in today’s challenging environment.


Hosted by:

MARCH 27, 2017 | 1.00pm to 3.00pm

Cyber Security: Responding to a Cyber Extortion Event

Your organisation is contacted by an unknown hacker, claiming to have found a loophole in your cyber security, demanding payment to prevent an attack; how would you respond? Paul Jackson, a cyber security expert from Stroz Friedberg, an Aon Company and Andrew Mahony, a cyber insurance specialist at Aon, will coach you through the crisis management process and how cyber insurance products can protect your organisation.

This session provides leading insights into the world of cyber threats and how to respond in a crisis situation, as well as information on the latest cyber security trends, events, risk management, and insurance protection.

MARCH 27, 2017 | 3.30pm to 5.30pm

Overcoming the Business Interruption Insurance Challenge

With average large BI property insurance claims now exceeding USD$2.2m and accounting for a much higher proportion of the direct loss, it is a top concern for risk and insurance professionals across Asia Pacific.

However, there are a number of challenges that organisations face when purchasing their BI cover, such as getting the values right, calculating the gross profit, identifying the indemnity period, coverage for wide area damage, ensuring adequate supply chain protection and avoiding lengthy claims settlement processes and disputes.

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions invites PARIMA members to join this highly engaging session to understand how they can overcome challenges in establishing their BI cover. Attendees will work through a number of exercises to help them get a better understanding of BI insurance and how to design an insurance programme that delivers claims certainty. This fun and interactive workshop is designed for attendees who want to develop a better understanding of their own BI exposure and learn how to mitigate the risks.

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