Please note that this is a provisional program and will continue to be updated as the Conference date approaches. We look forward to ensuring an engaging and informative range of sessions for all delegates. Continue to check in with this page for updates and additions to the program.

AIDA WORKING PARTIES
AIDA’s Presidential Council has created Working Parties for the purpose of carrying out research in specific fields of insurance law and related matters. These are not to be missed sessions as they dive deeply into their area of focus with some of the best and brightest providing commentary on these important issues.

Go to http://www.aida.org.uk/workpart.asp for further details
TIME
SESSION
8.30am
Climate and Catastrophe
Personal Insurance and Pensions & Alternative Dispute Resolutions

Prof. Rober Merkin and Prof. Ian Enright
(UK and AUS)

How the back to back presumption applies to a life Reinsurance Treaty.

Simon Cooper
INCE &Co

Reinsurance Implications of Cyber Risk.

Rosie Ng
Holman Fenwick Willan

An overview of significant insurance regulatory developments in HK , the PRC and Singapore.

Florian Kohler
Swiss Re

Comparison of the disclosure regime for Reinsurance in the UK Insurance Act 2015 with prevailing rules in other jurisdictions.
10.30am
Morning Tea
11.00am
Distribution of Insurance Products
Reinsurance
1.00pm
Lunch
2.00pm
Motor

Prof Sara Landini (Italy)
New Technologies in Motor Insurance.

Ms Peggy Sharon (Israel)
Aspects of Insurance relating to Autonomous Motor Vehicles.

Giacomo Pongelli (Italy)
How New Technologies are Changing Italian Motor Insurance.
Marine

Tom Shinya
Manager, Marine Underwriting Dept. Cargo Underwriting Group, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Company, Co., Ltd

Blockchain and Cargo Insurance - will fintech change the future?

Andrew Tulloch
Colin Biggers & Paisley Pty Ltd

Marine Insurance in Australia -Evolution or Revolution?

Dr. HAN, Yong Qiang
Research Fellow, Centre for Banking & Finance Law, National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law

At the Conjunction between the East and the West-The Requirement of Good Faith for Marine Insurers in the Singaporean Context.

Özlem Gürses
Reader in Insurance and Commercial Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London

The role of insurance in the offshore oil and gas industry.
4.00pm
Afternoon Tea
4.30pm
General Principals of Insurance Law

Issues on InsurTech
Prof P Marano (Italy)

Robot Advisers & Insurance Distribution in the EU.

A Prof K Noussia (UK)
Autonomous Vehicles and Insurance Issues from a European Perspective

A Signorino (Uruguay)
New Winds in the Insurance Marketing and Distribution - The Latin American Perspective.

Al Chistifilou (Greece)
The Internet of Things & Insurance.

A US speaker (TBC)
Big Data and Distribution of Insurance Products in the US.
State Supervision