Parima Malaysia Conference 2019

Redefining Risks

4 & 5 November, Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel

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Meet

Thought leaders, keynote speakers, industry experts and risk management peers through the various networking forums

Learn

Risk management case studies, trends, tools and techniques through our masterclasses on 4th Nov and conference sessions on 5th Nov

Exchange

Ideas, challenges, lessons learnt and best practices with more than 300 risk professionals attending the KL conference

Meet our speakers. We’re adding more every week.

Datuk Ir. Lim Tong Kang

Datuk Ir. Lim Tong Kang

Chief Risk Officer

Tenaga Nasional Berhad

Franck Baron

Franck Baron

Chairman, PARIMA

General Manager, Risk Management & Insurance, International SOS

Steve Tunstall

Steve Tunstall

General Secretary, PARIMA

Kelvin Wu

Kelvin Wu

Treasurer, PARIMA

Group Assistant General Manager, Risk Management and Insurance, International SOS

Stacey Huang

Stacey Huang

Executive Director, PARIMA

Maxwell Davis

Maxwell Davis

Board Member, PARIMA

Senior Manager Insurance & Risk Management Asia Pacific Rolls-Royce

Sharon Shi

Sharon Shi

Board Member, PARIMA

Enterprise Risk Manager

BMW Brilliance Automotive

Suchitra Narayanan

Suchitra Narayanan

Board Member, PARIMA

Former Group Head of Risk Air Asia

Kimberley Pelly

Kimberley Pelly

Board Member, PARIMA

General Manager of Risk and Safety, Queensland

Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association

Thomas Ng

Thomas Ng

Underwriter

Asia Pacific Global Political Risk,

Credit & Bond, AXA XL

Aloysius Chong

Aloysius Chong

Senior Manager

Deloitte Risk

Je Hui Su

Je Hui Su

Manager

Deloitte Risk Advisory

Cedric Luah

Cedric Luah

Head of Health & Benefits

Asia & Australasia

Jamie Sparkes

Jamie Sparkes

Chief Claims Officer, Asia

Aon

Sebastian Schuez

Sebastian Schuez

Head of Customer, Distribution & Market Management

Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Singapore Branch)

Redefining Risks

Conference Theme: Redefining Risks

The business landscape is constantly changing. Good risk managers understand that a wider lens is required to be able to look ahead. New and intangible risks requires different risk management approaches. With transformative business models at play, risk managers need to continually adapt and equip themselves to stay relevant and ahead of the game.

All this calls for a change in the way one sees and defines risks as well as a re-positioning of a risk manager's role in the organization. In 2019, we would like to challenge risk managers to embrace new perspectives when looking at risk, managing risks and developing themselves. We hope, together with our partners, we can inject freshness of thinking that enables members to build their risk capability, foster stronger relationships and drive measurable impact.

Masterclass – 4th November

9:00 to 10:00

Looking Through the Blind Spots of Intermediary Relationships (by PARIMA)

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.

Speaker

Kelvin Wu

Kelvin Wu
Treasurer, PARIMA
Group Assistant General Manager,
Risk Management and Insurance, International SOS


Location

Pullman 3

Session 1 – 10:30 to 12:30

The Claims Conversation

Businesses and individuals purchase insurance policies for the purpose of benefitting from their protection in the event of a loss. When the worst happens, you expect your policy to respond in a timely and fair manner, indemnifying you or offering protection when you need it.

However, selection of the wrong insurer, inappropriate policy limits or deductibles, and the breach of important conditions and warranties in insurance policies, can all result in unsatisfactory claims outcomes that could directly impact the financial health of your organisation. As the regulatory environment continues to evolve in Asia and as society becomes progressively more litigious, achieving positive claims outcomes becomes increasingly important.

The Masterclass will help you understand the lifecycle of a claim, the claims handling process and how optimal outcomes can be ensured when the right measures are taken.

Speaker

Jamie Sparkes

Jamie Sparkes
Chief Claims Officer, Asia
Aon


Location

Pullman 3


Hosted By

Aon

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Session 2 – 10:30 to 12:30

Operating in a Complex and Hostile Environment

The Masterclass will help you understand the lifecycle of a claim, the claims handling process and how optimal outcomes can be ensured when the right measures are taken.

Speaker


Location

Pullman 5/6


Hosted By

AXA XL

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Session 3 – 1:30 to 2:30

Skilling Up

How do you as a risk manager gauge yourself against the demands of the industry and even your peers?

Bonus: Walkthrough on how to best utilise the PARIMA Competency Tool

Speaker

Stacey Huang

Stacey Huang
Executive Director, PARIMA


Location

Pullman 3


Hosted By

PARIMA

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Session 4 – 1:30 to 2:30

Country Risk Analysis

In today’s interconnected world, caring for your business means considering relevant scenarios that could impact it. Make use of Zurich’s award-winning risk analysis and visualization tool through a real-world case study. Navigate the complex global risk environment and explore scenarios important to your operations wherever they are in the world. Join us for a real-time demonstration of the Zurich Risk Room and its capabilities to improve your corporate risk management abilities.

Speaker

Sebastian Schuez

Sebastian Schuez
Head of Customer, Distribution & Market Management
Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Singapore Branch)


Location

Pullman 5/6


Hosted By

Zurich

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Conference – 5th November

Registration opens at 8am, come down early to network with your peers over coffee and visit the booths at the Marketplace.


Marketplace

The morning starts off with our Chairman and Executive Director welcoming everyone to our conference. Hear why we are excited to back to be in Malaysia and new developments that are awaiting PARIMA members! This year, we are glad to be able to launch our Risk Competency and look forward to showcasing this in the KL conference. Hear from our Malaysia Board on their views of the roles Risk Managers play and why Risk Management is important in the Malaysia.


Speaker

Franck Baron

Franck Baron

Chairman, PARIMA



Stacey Huang

Stacey Huang

Executive Director, PARIMA



Suchitra Narayanan

Suchitra Narayan

Board Member, PARIMA


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom

Puan Haslina Hasam, Custodian, Financial Risk Management, PETRONAS, shares her views on risk management in one of the largest oil and gas corporation.

PETRONAS is ranked among Fortune Global 500's largest corporations in the world. Since its incorporation, PETRONAS has grown to be an integrated international oil and gas company with business interests in 35 countries and is one of the most influential brand in Malaysia.


Speaker

Haslina Hasan

Haslina Hasan

Custodian, Financial Risk Management, PETRONAS


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom

A fireside chat with a Senior Risk Manager exploring critical issues that keep risk professionals awake at night. In this segment, we ask tough hitting questions that include what are the tangible and intangible risks being faced, how do risk managers show credibility and influence their senior decision makers, how do we make risk management more valuable in the eyes of the company.


Speaker


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom


Speaker


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom

Join us in the marketplace for a short coffee break and network.


Location
Marketplace

Unfriendly Shores: Challenges, Impact and the Changing Nature of Political Risk

Political unrest headlines are in the news every day and they add to businesses’ global risk management concerns. This session will consider the current political risk issues in Asia Pacific and how they can impact trade, investments and the wider economies. The session will explore insurance options available to risk managers that can be effectively utilized to protect their overseas investments against political risks.


Speaker

Thomas Ng

Thomas Ng

Underwriter
Asia Pacific Global Political Risk,
Credit & Bond, AXA XL


Location
Pullman 3

An Employee Benefits Portfolio that creates value for your organization

Employers in Asia Pacific must adapt to an environment under constant disruption and change. The modernization of the benefit portfolio relies on aligning benefits with the evolving values and preferences of the new workforce. When executed well, it will ensure that for the organization, the benefits they provide aligns to the organization’s culture and values, and promotes employee ownership and accountability. And as for employees, they will find benefits personalized to their specific circumstances and meeting their need at different life stages. Clearly, when employers are able to design and modernizing their benefits to create a portfolio of benefits that is relevant across a variety of employee groups, ages and geographies, flexible, this can be a significant attraction and retention factor for employees.

Historically, employers have been reluctant to foray into offering flexibility because of accompanying cost and administrative complexities. Join us for a highly interactive and informative session, to discuss how advances in technology can now overcome these “obstacles” in a cost-effective way and to pair a benefits program with available technology platforms and strategic financing options that organizations can truly benefit from in managing across financial, human capital and technology risks.


Speaker

Sharon Shi

Sharon Shi

Board Member, PARIMA
Enterprise Risk Manager
BMW Brilliance Automotive



Cedric Luah

Cedric Luah

Head of Health & Benefits
Asia & Australasia​


Location
Pullman 5/6

Join us in the marketplace for lunch and network.


Location
Marketplace

A Risk Management Future Powered by Analytics

As businesses grow bigger and more borderless, organisations are making increasing investments to harness their enormously growing amount of data. Today we see big data gradually being adopted as a key tool employed to drive growth, chart strategy and manage risks across industries.

For anyone working in the area of risk management, data analytics isn’t new. Risk professionals have been using analytics tools for years, and we continue to see a resurgence of interest in the application of analytics and newer technology to tackle emerging risk management challenges today.

The key challenge when it comes to analytics and risk management is the separation of hype from reality. In this session, we attempt to demystify data analytics in risk management and answer some of the frequently asked question on applying analytics to risk management:

  • How has Industry 4.0 enabled Data Analytics and how it is shaping the risk management landscape today?
  • How is Data Analytics evolving in risk management today and what can we expect to see a little further down the road
  • How does the rise of Data Analytics affect a riskmanager’s job in carrying out their daily roles


Speaker

Aloysius Chong

Aloysius Chong

Senior Manager, Deloitte Risk



Justin Ong

Je Hui Su

Manager, Deloitte Risk Advisory


Location
Pullman 3

Are you held Captive by your own decisions?

Companies are increasingly are exploring the use of captives as part of their risk management and global insurance programmes, and a greater interest is growing in Asia, that goes beyond the traditional risks to cyber and terrorism etc. So should all organizations have their own captive? Hear from the panel about the advantages and disadvantage of forming your own captive insurance company and their success stories in setting up their own captives.


Speaker

Steve Tunstall

Steve Tunstall

General Secretary, PARIMA


Location
Pullman 5/6

Risk Culture

Robust risk management frameworks and stricter controls are simply not enough. Today’s complex risk landscape calls for a holistic effort. A strong risk culture is needed to foster enterprise-wide behaviours that proactively contribute to risk management.

  • How do you measure risk culture?
  • How do you demonstrate tone at the top?
  • Can you engage managers to take ownership of risks?
  • Can you increase risk awareness among staff at all levels?


Speaker

Kelvin Wu

Kelvin Wu

Treasurer, PARIMA
Group Assistant General Manager
Risk Management and Insurance,
International SOS


Location
Pullman 3

Assessment and Quantification – First Steps to Managing Cyber Risk

Before risk managers can start to mitigate and transfer cyber risk, you must first be able to determine your risk posture with a proper assessment and quantification of your exposures. This has always been a challenge for the risk profession given the myriad of stakeholders and risk factors. Join Marsh as we share our insights on how you can adequately determine what’s at stake. You will also get to benchmark your perspectives against those of regional and global peers, as we will share a sneak preview of findings from the 2019 Global Cyber Risk Perception Survey conducted jointly by Marsh and Microsoft.


Speaker

Suchitra Narayanan

Suchitra Narayan

Board Member, PARIMA


Location
Pullman 5/6

Join us in the marketplace for a short coffee break and network.


Location
Marketplace

Business Interruption

In a highly interconnected world, organisations are right to be concerned about business interruption. While business interruption solutions offer some level of protection, they may not address all your needs and can leave your with protection gaps. In this session, we explore some of the challenges you may face and how you can better protect your business by:

  • Examining what you think you’re buying compared to what you are actually buying, and the level of protection gap traditional interruption policies present
  • Considering alterative solutions – Supply chain insurance and risk management
  • Understanding how you can make your business more resilient against supply chain risks, loan wolf attacks, natural catastrophes etc.
  • Knowing the right questions to ask your broker


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Location
Pullman 3

FinTech / InsureTech

Speaker


Location
Pullman 5/6


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom

Join us as we conclude our last conference of 2019 and unveil our new locations for 2020


Location
Pullman Grand Ballroom

Join us for a networking session at the Marketplace.


Location
Marketplace

Conference Pass

For Risk Managers

FREE

  • Are you responsible for your organization’s Enterprise risk management & Corporate governance
  • Do you look after regulatory & operational risk (e.g. Business continuity, information and security risk, technology risk, market and credit risk etc.)
  • Do you manage Risk financing/ Corporate Insurance (e.g. general insurance and employee benefits) for your organization?

If you handle one or more of those above, you would qualify to be a PARIMA member and attend the conference for free

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For non-Risk Managers

USD 2,500

  • Early Bird Pricing: USD 2,000

If you a insurer, broker, consultant, or service provider, kindly note that the conference pass is USD 2,500. Please register below and we will get back to you regarding payment.

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Venue

Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel


Platinum Partner

AON

Gold Partners

AXAMarshZurich

Educational Partners

LLoydsWillis Towers Watson

Silver Partners

AIAArengiBrokerslinkChubbDeloitte
GeneraliInternational SOSKrollLabuan IBFCSwiss Re

“I really enjoyed and learned a lot from the just concluded PARIMA Conference. It was really a learning experience and a good foundation for me to invite my colleagues in my organization to join the next PARIMA Conference in Manila. What I liked more is the transparency of the conference and the very relevant presentations in the Masterclasses.”

Philippines Risk Manager

“Great session! It was really good to hear about the risk culture in Japanese companies”

Singapore Risk Manager

“Knowledge sharing without corporate hierarchy.”

Japan Risk Manager

Masterclass Registration

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