Webinar on Fraud from an Insurer’s perspective – organised by the ITFA insurance committee

The Insurance Committee is pleased to present to you another interesting webinar: Fraud from an Insurer’s Perspective. Practical options for early detection of fraud has always been a priority topic for all trade financers. AIG, with their trade finance insurance team insuring large receivables and payables programs, will give us a new perspective on the topic from the view of an insurer going through a payables fraud together with their insurtech partner, Aronova. In a case study, AIG’s Global Head of Trade Finance, Marilyn Blattner-Hoyle, and Ben Grant – Head of Alliances and Partnerships, Aronova will share with us some practical ideas and lessons learned for reducing risk of fraud when venturing into the next tier. After this, a panel of bankers, insurers and an Insurtech specialist will thereafter compare this with their own experience.

Webinar details
This webinar will now be held on Friday 25th June 2021.

Topic: Fraud from an Insurer’s Perspective
Date & Time: Friday, June 25th 2021 – EDT 9:00  / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CEST /  21:00 CST
Platform: Zoom (joining details will be sent by email to all those registered, a few days prior to the webinar)
– Introduction
– Case study – practical tips on fraud prevention in supply chain financing
– How can Insurtech help?
– Exchange of view with a banker
– Q&A

Marilyn Blatter-Hoyle – Global Head of Trade Finance, AIG
Ben Grant – Head of Alliances and Partnerships, Aronova Interactive Ltd
Sebastian Hölker – Head of Working Capital Advisory & Co-operations, UniCredit Bank AG

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. 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.
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