15 May

ITFA Insurance Committee Webinar – organised by the ITFA Insurance Committee

The ITFA Insurance Committee is pleased to invite all our ITFA members to share some knowledge with us on all the latest trends in the market and get updates on regulation and products related to risk mitigation through insurance.
We intend to have short Zoom seminars on a bi-weekly basis, on Friday afternoons, starting on May 15th with an update on our discussions with the regulator.
The first session shall aim at:

  1. Giving you an update on what happens in Brussels – and that’s a lot despite COVID-19 and indeed even because of it;
  2. Telling you how the insurance industry reacts to this and to the present crisis;
  3. Giving some orientation in the present jungle of government subsidies and schemes.

Topic: ITFA Insurance Committee Regulatory Update: Trade Credit Insurance – impact on real economy underestimated!

Date & Time: Friday, May 15th 2020 – EDT 9:00  / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CEST /  21:00 CST


 – Update from the Insurance Committee – Silja Calac, ITFA Board member and Head of Insurance / Senior Surety Underwriter, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions

 – Update from the regulatory front: EBA opinion – Lucie Binova, Account Director, Hume Brophy

  – Where does the single risk industry stand: joint association letter – Carol Searle, General Counsel, Texel

  – How can governments support? Sébastien Heurteux, BNP Deputy Head Portfolio Management Solutions      

 – Q&A
To book your place, please confirm your registration by email to alexiavella@itfa.org. Closer to the date of the webinar, you will receive joining details.

Also please watch out for the details of our upcoming webinars. The following sessions are planned for 29th May at 3 pm: insured policy wording; 12th June at 3 pm: re-insurance; 26th June at 3 pm: to be disclosed.

We look forward to seeing ITFA members join the webinar and benefit from your insights and questions to enrich the debate – it will be recorded to enable playback.

* Please note that dates and times are subject to change and cancellation at short notice, for which ITFA cannot be held responsible.
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