AGENDA

Join us as we discuss tailor-made topics especially suited to risk managers in the Japan market, focusing on Digital Transformation, Cyber Risk, Business Interruption, Natural Catastrophe, Geo-Political Risk & Regulatory, Human Capital Risk, International Programmes and more.

CONFERENCE DAY

Tuesday 30 October

8:00 am - 9:00 am

REGISTRATION OPENS

MARKET PLACE

9:00 am - 9:15 am

OPENING SPEECH AND WELCOME ADDRESS

MAIN STAGE
Franck Baron
General Manager
Risk Management & Insurance, International SOS
(SPEAKER)
Takashi Kubo
Managing Executive Officer, Senior Vice President
Logistics & IMT, INPEX
(SPEAKER)

9:15 am - 9:35 am

C-SUITE PERSPECTIVE ON RISKS - KEYNOTE

MAIN STAGE
PARIMA is honoured to have Mr Takayuki Ueda as our keynote speaker. Hear from Japan’s largest upstream oil and natural gas exploration and production company on INPEX’s story and how it overcomes risks and uncertainties.
Takayuki Ueda
President and CEO, INPEX Corporation
(SPEAKER)

9:35 am - 10:15 am

C-SUITE PERSPECTIVE ON RISKS - PANEL

MAIN STAGE
Hear from C-Suites from Aon, TokioMarine and Lloyds on their view of the market and how Japan is evolving. An insightful panel for risk managers to take note of the trends and opportunities in Japan.
Jake(Tatsuya) Yamamoto
President & CEO, Aon
(PANELLIST)
Takashi Mikajiri
Executive Chief Officer, Global Property Risk Engineering
Tokio Marine & Nichido Risk Consulting Co., Ltd.
(PANELLIST)
Iain Ferguson
Lloyd’s Japan – COO, Acting CEO - Asia(PANELLIST)
Steve Tunstall
General Secretary, PARIMA
(MODERATOR)

10:15 am - 10:45 am

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

MAIN STAGE
Digital technologies such as autonomous, AI and IoT are rapidly evolving and the insurance business will be greatly affected by these technologies. Under these circumstances, Sompo holdings have established the SOMPO Digital Lab (Tokyo, Silicon Valley, and Tel Avive) and is trying to achieve its digital transformation. In this session, Group Cheif Digital Officer, Koichi Narasaki will explain the digital threats to the insurance business and SOMPO's challenge.
Koichi Narasaki
Managing Executive Officer Group CDO, SOMPO Holdings
(SPEAKER)

10:45 am - 11:15 pm

COFFEE BREAK

MARKET PLACE

11:15 am - 12:15 pm

INSURANCE IN TOMORROW’S WORLD - ARE YOU READY?

THE GREEN
Digital transformation from hype to reality…. with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), distributed ledger technology and disruptive innovation, this is tomorrow’s world… today.

The rapid emergence of IoT has progressed from what was once known as just a futuristic IT buzzword to become reality. This diverse scale of data that is derived constantly transforms how companies assess risk, manage claims, improve business retention and price their policies. New technology trends like blockchain are setting the course for digital transformation. Hear from our distinguished speaker, Hélène Stanway of XL Catlin, share how these new technologies will transform the assessment of risk and opportunities created in harnessing these new capabilities.

This session will also deep-dive into the benefits and how IoT can help manage your business in new ways. Gain deeper insights into distributed technology solutions which enable a new way of bringing risk and capital closer together for complex risks, where the client is at the centre of the conversation. And tomorrow? Understanding the converge of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things with Blockchain, which is the revolution of insurance.

Hélène Stanway
Digital Leader, XL Catlin
(SPEAKER)
Gordon Song
Lazada
(PANELLIST)
Steve Tunstall
General Secretary, PARIMA
(MODERATOR)

RESILIENCE IN A CLIMATE OF GEOPOLITICAL TURBULENCE

401
According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2018, 93 % of surveyed executives expect political and economic confrontations between major powers to worsen. Under these turbulent circumstances, how do global companies maintain their competitive edge? In this session, Nissan Motors, a renowned global corporation, will share its risk management strategy, then join forces with Marsh for a deep dive into the geopolitical risks surrounding the business environment. We will: Explore direct and indirect consequences for corporations arising from violent and non-violent acts – directed by state and non-state actors.

Share how boards and the risk function can mitigate geopolitical risks.
Explore how the private sector can build resilience against terrorism, a heightened risk given the major sporting events being staged in Japan over the next three years.

This discussion will benefit risk managers as they prioritize preparedness and business continuity in this climate.

Satoru Hiraga
Chairman of Marsh Broker Japan
(SPEAKER)
Hidemi Sato
Nissan Motors
(SPEAKER)
Hiromi Tasaki
Sales Manager Asia, Enhesa Japan
(PANELLIST)
Tomoo Murayama
COO of Marsh Broker Japan
(PANELLIST)
Takehisa Banno
PARIMA Japan Board Member, General Manager, Insurance Department, Food & Consumer Services Division, Toyota Tsusho Corporation
(MODERATOR)

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

BENTO LUNCH

MARKET PLACE

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

BUSINESS INTERRUPTION

401
Property damage has been the focus for protecting businesses and the value of business interruption insurance in the event of a serious incident has not been fully realized by Japanese businesses.

In this session we will explore:
  • The various cases where there was a protection gap.
  • The financial impact caused by a business interruption and its increasing critical importance compared to traditional property damage, in an environment with increased interdependencies in the supply chain network.
  • Why and how business interruption protection is so indispensable and how you can better protect your business:
  1. By Understanding why business interruption risks become so serious compared to traditional property damage.
  2. By learning how to respond to business interruption risks on a global basis and appreciating the different ways it is handled by between Japanese companies compared to Western companies.
  3. By considering alternative solutions in a context of risk transfer and risk prevention (Insurance and Risk Engineering Services).

Kazuhisa Otani
Head of Commercial Insurance, Zurich Japan
(SPEAKER)
Noriyuki Takahashi
Business Development Manager, Belfor Japan
(PANELLIST)
Takehisa Banno
PARIMA Japan Board Member, General Manager, Insurance Department, Food & Consumer Services Division, Toyota Tsusho Corporation
(MODERATOR)

HUMAN CAPITAL RISKS & DIVERSITY: THE WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE

THE GREEN
Human Capital Risks & Workforce Diversity are increasingly moving up to the priority list of the company’s board agenda around the world. The combined effects of ageing workforce, talent shortage and millennials expectations make it challenging companies to adjust their workplace to both accommodate long-serving employees and attract new talents. At the same time, we see strong incentives towards gender diversity in corporations across the Board. Companies are going through significant cultural transformation and facing new set of risks - as a result, the implementation of adequate Human Capital Risk Management has become a requirement to support the growth of modern businesses.
Jacqueline Legrand
CEO, Brokerslink AG
(SPEAKER)
Danny Lin
AVP, Human Resource Management, Qisda Corporation
(PANELLIST)
Stacey Huang
Executive Director, PARIMA
(MODERATOR)

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

CYBER RISKS

401
With more and more companies getting into digitalisation, the question is no longer whether a cyber attack would occur, but when would it hit. This session would help you assess if your company’s countermeasures are enough, and how you could improve it.
Suchitra Narayanan
Group Head of Risk, Air Asia
(MODERATOR)

THE RISK MANAGER’S CHALLENGE: CENTRAL CONTROL OF DIVERSE GLOBAL RISK – THE INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE PROGRAM

THE GREEN
Hear from a panel of global risk managers on their challenges in implementing global insurance programmes, both from an international and a local perspective.
Satoshi Hoshi
Senior General Manager, Risk Management Department, Business Strategy Office, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
(PANELLIST)
Harald Schuster
Managing Director, Daimler Germany
(PANELLIST)
Jens Wohlthat
Member of the Executive Board, HDI
(PANELLIST)
Franck Baron
General Manager, Risk Management & Insurance, International SOS
(MODERATOR)

3:15 pm - 3:45 pm

COFFEE BREAK

MARKET PLACE

3:45 pm - 4:45 pm

ART AND CAPTIVES

401
Andre Martin
Head, Innovative Risk Solutions APAC, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
(PANELLIST)
Fumio Uesugi
Captive Specialist, WTW
(PANELLIST)
Kelvin Wu
Group Assistant General Manager, Risk Management and Insurance, International SOS
(MODERATOR)

INNOVATIVE TECH FOR RISK MANAGEMENT

THE GREEN
Sheri Wilbanks
AIG
(SPEAKER)
Genevieve Gonzalez
Director, Professional Services, Asia Pacific, Ventiv Technology
(PANELLIST)

4:45 pm - 5:30 pm

FIRESIDE CHAT WITH A GLOBAL CEO

MAIN STAGE

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm

SUSTAINABILITY AND CULTURE IN JAPAN

MAIN STAGE
Todai-ji Temple, an iconic symbol of Japanese culture, is the most ancient organization, which has functioned effectively for long term of 1300 years. Todai-ji Temple represents hope and passion and a very tight bond between its leader and people. Technological advances that have been made in recent years have impacted people’s livelihood and changed their workstyles. Let us ask ourselves about what is required for our leaders to survive and maintain sustainable organizations for the coming ages. While we focus on “humanity”, we will learn valuable tips on universal and sustainable management form the case of Todai-ji Temple, which has faced off against many of the risks.
Kojo Morimoto
High Priest from Todai-ji Temple
(SPEAKER)

6:15 pm - 6:30 pm

CLOSING

MAIN STAGE
Takehisa Banno
General Manager, Insurance Department, Food & Consumer Services Division, Toyota Tsusho Corporation
(SPEAKER)
Satoshi Hoshi
Senior General Manager, Risk Management Department, Business Strategy Office, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
(SPEAKER)

6:30 pm - Onwards

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