TERRORISM INSURANCE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Paris, June 28th 2017
Introduction, François Vilnet (IFTRIP, President) & Bernard Spitz (FFA, President)
Douglas Frantz (OECD, Deputy General Secretary)
The role of international cooperation in terrorism mitigation and coverage
Jamie Shea (NATO, Deputy Secretary General Emerging Security Challenges)
The changing nature of terrorism and the emerging challenges
First Panel: New threats, hyper- terrorism and possible mitigation of exposures
Moderator: Ed Butler (Pool Re, Head of Risks Analysis)
Stephen Johnson, Cranfield University, Professor.
Hyper terrorism and emerging threats.
Deborah Rosenblum, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Executive Vice President,
Preventing a Dirty Bomb.
Christian Sommade, Haut Comité Français pour la Défense Civile, General Delegate
Lessons from recent attacks and megashocks.
Ed Butler, Pool Re, Head of Risks Analysis
Emergent Threat: Cyber Terrorism.
First Panel : Questions & Answers
Emma Karhan (Guy Carpenter UK, Managing Director)
Terrorism, bridging gaps and filling vacuums.
Second Panel: The existing terrorism covers and the potential gaps in different insurance classes and markets
Moderator: Eric Excoffier (Guy Carpenter, France, Managing Director)
Albert Küller, Lloyds, Research Officer
Private Market Terrorism Insurance, The Lloyd’s Perspective.
Michael Burle, Liberty Specialty Markets, Head of Marine
Terrorism Insurance Coverage.
Christophe Graber, Réunion Aérienne, General Manager
AVIATION Legal Framework and Insurance Coverage.
Victor Peignet, SCOR P&C, CEO
A view on Cyber Terrorism.
Pascale Gallego, PartnerRe, Head of Life Southern Europe, Middle East and Latin America
Second Panel : Questions & Answers
Third Panel: The pools current status and challenges with new threats, reduction of gaps and risk management.
Moderator: Klaus Wilkens (Munich Re, Munich Re, Executive Client Manager)
Chris Wallace, ARPC, Australia CEO
Marc Dierckx, TRIP, Belgium, CEO
Pierre-Yves Laffargue, GAREAT, France, Chairman
Dirk Harbrucker, Extremus, Germany, Member of the Executive Board
Julian Enoizi, Pool Re, UK, CEO
Third Panel : Questions and Answers
Bertrand Labilloy (CCR, General Manager)
The role of a public reinsurer in Public Private Partnerships
Fourth Panel: How Public Private Partnerships can encourage risk mitigation by collaborating with public authorities
Moderator: Bertrand Logoz (XL Catlin Europe, Head of Technical Underwriting)
Alejandro Izuzquiza, Consorcio, Director of Operations
Laurent Montador, CCR, Deputy General Manager
How PPP can encourage risk mitigation by collaborating with governments?
Leigh Wolfrom, OECD, Policy Analyst
The financial management of terrorism risk : the role of PPPS
Esther Baur, Swiss Re, Head of Global Partnerships EMEA
Country risk management and insurance
Fourth panel : Questions & Answers
Thomas Groh, French Treasury
Closure, François Vilnet (IFTRIP, President)