fastTrack Forum 2018

28 February 2018 - London

NEXT GEN LEADERS IN RISK

PROGRAMME

MORNING

8:30

Registration

9:00

Welcome

Professional Journey

Joe Tunstall, fastTrack Chair
Julia Graham, Deputy CEO and Technical Director, Airmic

9:15

The digital future: risk and insurance collaborating in a connected world

Nicolas Reys, Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, Control Risks and Jamie Bouloux, Emergin Risk, cover holder at Lloyd’s

10:00

The five fundamentals of peak performance

Ebony-Jewel Rainford-Brent, former England cricketer and pundit and broadcaster for the BBC’s Test Match Special

10:45

Refreshment break

11:15

MORNING WORKSHOPS

12:45

LUNCH

13:45

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

15:15

Refreshment break

15:45

Disruption – the new normal

Thoughts on how to be agile in order exploit the opportunities created by the new world of business. Presented by AXA

16:30

CLOSING KEYNOTE

Risk megatrends in a changing world

Mary O’Connor, Head of Client, Industry and Business Development, Willis Towers Watson

17:15

CLOSING REMARKS

Paul Goulding, Airmic Chairman

17:30

DRINKS RECEPTION

WORKSHOPS

11:15

A1. Probing the future through scenario analysis

Led by a panel of experts, delegates will put into practice the exercise of drawing up a scenario analysis framework that will be effective in testing your businesses’ operational, tactical and strategic plans. A ‘learning-by-doing’ workshop aimed at giving delegates practical tips that they can implement within their businesses

Presented by: Barnett Waddingham and Vodafone

A2. The calm before the storm: planning your response to a crisis

In an increasingly complex business environment, the predictable can give way to the unpredictable. Risks – or in a connected world, a combination of risks – can soon spiral into a crisis. Plans to manage a crisis must be made before an incident takes place but it’s through rehearsals that plan resilience can be tested. This is an interactive session where delegates will give their views and opinions as a crisis unfolds.

Presented by: PWC

A3. Getting the best results from your broker tender

Draw up an effective broker tender under the guidance of a panel of expert brokers. The panel will provide how-to tips on structuring an effective broker tender, explore the priorities to be included in the selection criteria and run through best practice in writing request for proposals. This is a hands-on masterclass where delegates will put theory into practice.

Presented by: JLT and Lockton

A4. Turning soft skills into core skills: working with senior management

Turn soft skills such as communication, engagement, and empowerment into core skills to successfully engage senior management on risk and insurance management. A practical workshops that will help delegates pitch ideas, present information and influence decision makers

Presented by: Cass Business School

WORKSHOPS

13:45

  1. B1. Probing the future through scenario analysis

    Repeat of A1 workshop

    B2. The calm before the storm: planning your response to a crisis

    Repeat of A2 workshop

    B4. Turning soft skills into core skills: working with senior management

    Repeat of A4 workshop

LOCATION

For enquiries email susi.ozkurt@airmic.com

fastTrack Forum 2018
28 February 2018 – London

Venue
Willis Towers Watson, 51 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7DQ

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