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D&O Insurance – How did we get here and what happens now?

  • Tue 19 Jan 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • London Market webinar
  • Online event
    • Mike Lea, Lockton Companies LLP

In this IIL London Market webinar, Mike Lea examined how the insurance market for D&O is changing significantly by looking at the underlying changes to Directors exposures, the impact on insurers in this sector and what this might mean for the future of D&O insurers.

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FCA Business Interruption Insurance Test Case – Supreme Court appeal

  • Mon 18 Jan 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Webinar
  • Online event
    • Branko Bjelobaba FCII, Branko Limited

This interactive joint IIL and Branko Ltd webinar focussed on the judgment of the Supreme Court following the appeal of the FCA’s groundbreaking test case at the High Court. The appeal concluded on 19 November and the judgment will be handed down expeditiously. Four days were spent setting out starkly differing views between the FCA and insurers.

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Beyond the jargon – the responsible investment landscape in 2021

  • Thu 14 Jan 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Financial Services webinar
  • Online event
    • Panel discussion

In this IIL financial services panel discussion, Chris Toy, Heather Hopkins and Clémence Chatelin, shared with the audience what the current landscape looks like for Advisers wanting to engage more in responsible investing, key themes and shifts in the year ahead and looked at some real investment examples and give listeners the perspective of a practitioner, an industry view and a Fund Manager.

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Horizon Scanning: what’s in store for insurers in 2021 and beyond?

  • Wed 13 Jan 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Young Members' event
  • Online event
    • Panel discussion

The Young Members’ Committee have partnered with specialist insurance law firm, Weightmans LLP, to deliver a series of webinars with unique insights dedicated to supporting career development and help to consider, digest and maximise the opportunities which are likely to arise in insurance in our rapidly changing world.

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The outlook for global real estate

  • Tue 12 Jan 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Property Investors webinar
  • Online event
    • Sabina Kalyan FRICS, CBRE Global Investors

In this IIL property investors webinar, Sabina Kalyan demonstrated how a leading investment manager incorporates pandemic, macro and climate change risk factors into its investment programmes.

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Managing Art Theft and Organised Art Crime Claims

  • Wed 09 Dec 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Claims webinar
  • Online event
    • David Summers BSc (Hons) ACII FCILA FUEDI ELAE, Sedgwick

In this IIL claims webinar, David Summers talked about the nature of insured art, why it is insured, who insures it, and in particular why it is of such interest to organised crime, illustrated by some real life examples. The webinar also looked at how art claims are handled, including the range of art experts who get involved and the loss adjuster's role in in that process.

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Knowing the financial (& practical) implications of divorce, disability & death, is vital!

  • Wed 09 Dec 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Online event
    • Robert J Reid ACII, APFS, Chartered Financial Planner, Syndaxi Chartered Financial Planners

In this IIL inclusion and diversity webinar, Robert Reid explained why it is essential you know what will happen if your partner dies, is disabled, or if you get divorced or separate: Do you know where the paperwork is and what the passwords are?

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Introducing the Qualification Mentoring Scheme

  • Mon 07 Dec 1:15 pm – 2:15 pm
  • Mentoring event
  • Online event

Studying towards your Advanced Diploma in Insurance (ACII) or Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning (APFS)? Recently qualified and keen to help others achieve the same?

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Extreme Catastrophe Event Modelling – an introduction to Pandemic & COVID-19 Modelling

  • Mon 07 Dec 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • AIR Worldwide/IIL joint webinar
  • Online event
    • Doug Fullam ASA, AIR Worldwide

This webinar was the fourth in a series of joint catastrophe modelling webinars between the Insurance Institute of London and AIR Worldwide (a Verisk business), aimed at improving members understanding of developments in extreme event modelling and risk evaluation in today’s insurance world. In this webinar, Doug Fullam introduced the building blocks of stochastic pandemic models and described how they can be used to better understand COVID-19’s effect on the (re)insurance industry.

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Invisible disabilities: practical tips for colleagues and clients

  • Thu 03 Dec 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Online event
    • Panel discussion

In this IIL Inclusion & Diversity Committee and iDAWN webinar, the speakers discussed invisible disabilities from a variety of perspectives including mental health, neurodiversity and those living with other invisible conditions.

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Orbex – requirements and insurance challenges when launching satellites from the UK

  • Thu 03 Dec 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Aviation webinar
  • Online event
    • Jan T. Skolmli, Orbex

In this IIL aviation webinar, Jan Skolmli provided an introduction to Orbex and its satellite launch system. He then gave an overview of the history of the company and explained where it fits into the UK Government’s ambitions with respect to the development of indigenous UK satellite launch capability.

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Cyber criminals and claims – the changing Covid landscape

  • Thu 03 Dec 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Young Members' event
  • Online event
    • Andrew Prendergast, CFC Underwriting
    • Tom Bennett, CFC Underwriting
    • Jim Dixon, CFC Underwriting

In this Young Members’ Committee webinar, three key members of the CFC Cyber team explored the background to the hardening Cyber market, highlighting the increase and shift in Cyber claims and ransomware variants and demonstrating business email compromise.

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Modelling the next pandemic: Infectious disease data and analytics

  • Wed 02 Dec 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Cyber, technology & innovation webinar
  • Online event
    • Jaclyn Guerrero MPH, Metabiota
    • Cathine Lam ACAS, MAAA, Metabiota

In this IIL cyber, technology and innovation webinar, Jaclyn Guerrero and Cathine Lam discussed the available data and analytical tools to quantify the risk of infectious disease outbreak events.

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The changed face of apprenticeships

  • Tue 01 Dec 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Webinar
  • Online event
    • Manuel Thompson-Oloko, Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)
    • Steve Jenkins, Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)
    • Ian Higginbottom, Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)

In this IIL webinar, Steve Jenkins, Manuel Thompson-Oloko and Ian Higginbottom discussed the introduction of apprenticeship levy and standards; the impact the changes have brought; what is available in our industry; and how and why to get involved.

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Workplace, wellness and rehabilitation

  • Mon 30 Nov 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Online event
    • Ron Wheatcroft, Swiss Re
    • Katharine Moxham, Group Risk Development
    • Joy Reymond, Momenta-UK

In this IIL inclusion and diversity webinar, Ron Wheatcroft, Katharine Moxham and Joy Reymond discussed personal financial resilience to income shock and their awareness of the insured occupational benefits and employee assistance programme support available to them.

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Marine and Energy Market overview

  • Fri 27 Nov 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Marine & Energy webinar
  • Online event
    • Dominick Hoare, Munich Re Syndicate Limited

This was the first in a series of joint webinars between the Insurance Institute of London and Munich Re Syndicate aimed at improving members understanding of developments in the marine and energy market in today’s insurance world. In this session, Dominick Hoare charted the progression of the marine and energy market over the last 18 months since his last IIL presentation on the ‘Ten Golden Rules for Successful Marine Underwriting’, and focussed specifically on what has changed, what has been successful, what has failed, and what still needs to be achieved.

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Emergency response to wreck removal and disposal

  • Thu 26 Nov 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Marine & Energy webinar
  • Online event
    • Matt Moore, North of England P&I Association

In this IIL marine & energy webinar, Matt Moore talked about the P&I perspective on marine emergency response and wreck removal.

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The FCA business interruption test case: update and workshop

  • Wed 25 Nov 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
  • Young Members' event
  • Online event
    • Pamela Freeland, Weightmans LLP
    • Sarah Irwin, Weightmans LLP

The Young Members’ Committee partnered with specialist insurance firm, Weightmans LLP, to deliver a series of webinars with unique insights dedicated to supporting the career development and help to consider, digest and maximise the opportunities which are likely to arise in insurance in our rapidly changing world.

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Lessons from Asia: Next gen technology in traditional financial services businesses

  • Wed 25 Nov 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Cyber, technology & innovation webinar
  • Online event
    • Donald Lacey, Ping An Global Voyager Fund

In this IIL cyber, technology & innovation webinar, Donald Lacey discussed Chinese insurer Ping An’s approach to scale implementation of next generation technologies and provided examples of the benefits this has delivered to Ping An’s traditional financial services businesses.

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Introduction to Energy from Waste: the new power station

  • Mon 23 Nov 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Property webinar
  • Online event
    • Gillian Sinclair, FCC Environment

In this IIL property webinar, Gillian Sinclair discussed the Energy from Waste (EFW) market and the associated risks in construction and operations.

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