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IFTRIP LIvestream 2020
The largest virtual international extreme risk conference
More than 20+ on-demand presentations
6 expert panels streamed live
All packed into one unmissable global event.
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Whether you’ve attended every year or you’re a newcomer, you won’t want to miss our first 100% free, 100% virtual global event.
The International Forum of Terrorism (Re) Insurance Pools will soon host their largest 100% virtual, 100% free International Extreme Risk (Re)Insurance Conference IFTRIP LIVESTREAM .
PANEL SESSION 1
10:45 – 11:30 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)The Terrorism Landscape
New and emerging threats
PANEL SESSION 2
12:00 – 12:45 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)Hostile Cyber
The boundaries of insurability
10:45 – 11:30 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)Breaking Cover
Coverage gaps and how to fill them
12:00 – 12:45 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)Models Maketh Markets
Coming to terms with catastrophe
10:45 – 11:30 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)Beyond COVID
Systemic risk in the 2020s
12:00 – 12:45 BST (Followed by 30 minute Q&A)Beyond Terrorism
How do we reinforce the Re?
IFTRIP LIVSTREAM 2020, is virtual event across three days for those either working in, or advising on terrorism (re) insurance and risk. The virtual Conference brings together sovereign-backed terrorism reinsurance pools, industry experts and the wider counter terrorism community.
The Conference is designed to facilitate conversations around the ‘big questions’ in the terrorism risk industry. IFTRIP coordinates and contributes to international and cross-sectoral working groups on a variety of topical issues, from cyber terrorism to the definition of terrorism.
The only forum of its kind in the world, our goal is to broaden global resilience whilst helping combat potential economic loss resulting from terrorism by sharing expertise and experience. The Conference itself is designed to enable delegates to improve their knowledge and connect with the right people.
Tuesday: Day 1
Keynote: John Doyle – MMC
The changing nature of Terrorism: Stuart Ashworth WTW
The changing nature of Terrorism: Ali Soufan – Soufan Group
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the global vulnerability to an infective and insidious event. What are the next CBRN threats that should be considered? Jerry Smith OBE – Senior Partner, CHC Global
Case study of an organisation who who became victim to large scale cyber-attack: Conrad Prince – Senior Adviser on cyber, Pool Re
Wednesday: Day 2
Keynote: Greg Case CEO AON
Modelling Catastrophes using the Global Terrorism Database (GTD): Erin Miller, PhD, – Program Manager, Global Terrorism Database (GTD) at the University of Maryland)
Pooling the risk: Paula Jarzabkowski – Professor of Strategic Management, City, Uni of London & Uni of Qld
Barrie Wilkinson – Oliver Wyman
Thursday: Day 3
Keynote: Stephen Catlin – Chairman and CEO, Convex Group Limited
Keynote:The evolving terrorism risk: Dr. David Kilcullen, President & CEO, Cordillera Applications Group
Insurance for an era of social media-driven unrest: Edward Atkin – Senior Class Underwriter – Political Violence, Talbot Underwriting Ltd.
Acts of God: Lessons learned from COVID-19 John Studzinski CBE – Managing Director and Vice Chairman, PIMCO
Closing Address: Julian Enoizi – Chief Executive, Pool Re
Next year: Steven Seitz (Washington 2021)