2021 is the first year of China's 14th Five-Year Plan. Under the circumstances of accelerating globalization and the sudden outbreak of Covid-19 epidemic, both the internal and external environment of China’s development are undergoing profound and complex changes. The China insurance industry is embracing many important strategic opportunities with great promise.
REUTERS NEXT (Jan 11-14) kicks off 2021 by gathering global leaders and forward thinkers to reimagine solutions to the challenges the new year brings.
No country, company or community can tackle the future alone. To build a better world, thinkers and doers must come together to share ideas, collaborate and act.
Recover and Thrive in the New Normal: Insurance Transformation post COVID-19
The Insurance Innovation post COVID-19 Conference China 2021 is the largest gathering in China focusing on insurance transformation in the post COVID-19 era and will gather the whole industry players to explore the current and future impacts of COVID-19 and find the ways out for recovery and prosperity.
The Future of Insurance Europe (Nov 24-25, Online) is where CEOs and C-level executives from across European insurance markets, join forces to share ideas and realign strategies in order to build business resilience in this dynamic new commercial environment.
Like just about every other global industry, risk and insurance has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The world has changed dramatically in a very short space of time and many of our operations and strategic plans have been disrupted. But our industry’s strength has always been its people, our community, and we are determined to preserve and grow those connections even throughout this difficult year. That is why, in 2020 we are launching our unprecedented 3-day digital event, Airmic Fest.
Asia’s insurance sector has shown deep potential. Rising incomes, favourable demographic patterns and markets yet to be fully explored have made the region attractive to insurers and investors, both domestic and international. But the new decade has started on a challenging note. The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak has upended the insurance business, along with others, dramatically compounding the ill-effects of US-China trade tensions and a global economic slowdown.
Both online activity and cyber-attacks have increased since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to numerous sources. Public policymakers face myriad questions related to risk management and insurance, which have come to the fore as a result of these increases.
This roundtable discussion brings together leading public and private sector figures to address crucial intersections between climate risk, pandemic risk, and financial resilience. The triple crises of COVID-19, climate change and the global economic downturn have already exposed protection gaps more significant than have ever been quantifiable before. Despite the immense challenge, the world has also witnessed unprecedented mobilisation of emergency resources across both the developed and developing world.
Held only once every five years, The World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress (WRIEC), is a can’t miss industry-leading event representing a joint effort of the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA), Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (APRIA), the European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists (EGRIE) and The Geneva Association.
Secure your future today: Develop Carrier-OEM-supply chain collaboration, deliver seamless transportation solutions through connectivity and develop models that provide customer choice, safety and security Auto Insurance USA: The Virtual Summit (July 28-29).