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The 2024 IFTRIP conference provides an opportunity for international terrorism reinsurance pools, insurers, reinsurers, academics and thought leaders in the industry to (Re)CONNECT and gain exclusive insights into the latest terrorist threats as well as valuable information to help mitigate the risks of terrorism. 
Registration for this event is now closed, please reach out to the organising team if you have any questions. 

The 2024 IFTRIP Conference event will take place in Washington D.C.

The IFTRIP Gala dinner will take place on the evening of  April 24th and the IFTRIP public Conference will take place, all-day, on April 25th.

Spaces are limited.

See the agenda below for more details.

Agenda
GALA DINNER
– Hosted by Guy Carpenter, Washington DC
Gala Dinner, Washington DC
Hosted by Guy Carpenter
OPEN CONFERENCE
– hosted by aon, Washington DC
8:00 – 9-00 AM Gather and Continental Breakfast
9:00 – 9:15 AM Welcome Address
9:15-9:45 AM Collaboration: The IFTRIP and Geneva Association

IFTRIP members highlight collaborative projects with the Geneva Association, including a series of published reports examining Hostile Cyber Activity (HCA) and ongoing work assessing shifts in the chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) risk landscape and the insurance response for those perils.

9:45 – 10:30 AM Explore: The Value of Public Private Partnerships

Several IFTRIP members are exploring opportunities for collaboration with academic institutions, non-profits, and think-tanks to better understand the effects of specific terrorist risks on a national and international scale. Presenters will highlight the potential partnerships and what they hope to accomplish.

>>10:30 – 10:45 AM Break<<
10:45 -11:30 AM Connect: Terrorism Risk Insurance Market and its Policyholders

A discussion with government and industry experts on the terrorism insurance market and its customers. Panelists discuss the state of the current terrorism risk insurance market for the consumer’s current and future needs11:30- 12:00 PM Compensate: Impacts of Terrorism on the Worker
Workers’ compensation in the United States and how it responds to terrorism risk events and interacts with the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program (TRIP).

11:30- 12:00 PM Compensate: Impacts of Terrorism on the Worker

Workers’ compensation in the United States and how it responds to terrorism risk events and interacts with the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program (TRIP).

12:00 – 1:30 PM Lunch and Keynote Speaker Address
1:30 – 2:30 PM Spotlight: The Terrorism Risk Insurance Program

A fireside chat about the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program (TRIP), born out of the events of September 11. Like many government-sponsored terrorism programs, TRIP has many features unique to the United States. The presentation will address how the program is administered by the Federal Insurance Office at the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the impact that TRIP has on the terrorism risk insurance marketplace.

2:30 – 3:30 PM Emerging: Terrorism Risk or Not?

As technology evolves, so do emerging threats created by these advances. A discussion panel on potential technological threats on an international basis, including Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Attacks, CBRN, Climate Risk, Illicit Finance, and Bioterrorism. A Panel Discussion with thought leaders from insurance companies, think tanks, international cyber counterterrorism groups, and government authorities.>>>3:30-3:45 PM Break<<

>>3:30-3:45 PM Break<<
3:45- 4:45 PM Expand: Multi-Peril Pools

A panel discussion with IFTRIP members that have multiple-peril pools or are considering multi-peril pools. How do IFTRIP members manage these pools? What are the challenges, best management practices, and opportunities for multi-peril pools?

>>4:45-5:00 PM Break<<