Karel Van Hulle, head of the insurance and pensions unit of the European Commission from 2004 until February 2013, will be a keynote speaker at the FERMA Forum in Maastricht starting on 29 September. During this time, his main responsibility was the preparation of the new prudential regulation of insurance and reinsurance, Solvency II. Continue reading
The results of a survey on environment risks among members of FERMA and the European public sector risk management association PRIMO will be among the topics presented to an expert webinar on Wednesday 26 June. All FERMA members are invited to take part. Details will be available on the FERMA website and via FERMA’s social media.
A webinar on Leading the Risk Culture Change, the second of the three topics tackled by the four partners, took place on 15 May. Continue reading
Here are the speakers for FERMA’s first joint event with AIDA Europe: European Insurance Law: When Theory Meets Practice with the topics they will be discussing. The event will take place in Paris on 3 June. Continue reading
any speakers are now confirmed for other Forum sessions.
The Ladies in Risk Management Lunch will discuss the issues of women on boards. For this topic, there are two influential speakers: Continue reading
The incoming president of Airmic, Chris McGloin of Invensys and Alexander Mahnke of Siemens, will be among the FERMA members setting out the challenges to brokers and insurers in the risk managers’ panel.
After a cold, grey winter in Europe, the FERMA team of Jorge Luzzi, Pierre Sonigo, Jo Willaert and me were delighted to head to Los Angeles for the annual meeting of the US risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) – and the California sunshine. Board member Carl Leeman was with us in his role as president of the International Federation of European Risk Management Associations (IFRIMA). Continue reading
Since the last newsletter I have been fairly preoccupied with coordinating the opening of registrations for the Forum. The start has been great, and we already have more than 100 people registered. This means we are following the same development as in Stockholm and Prague in 2011 and 2009. We are using a new
registration system this year, and its sophistication required some explanation that we have added on the website. Continue reading
Andrew Kendrick, chairman of ACE European Group, will chair the young risk professionals’ breakfast taking place on Wednesday morning, 1 October. It is open to any registered delegate under the age of 35. Continue reading