WINDSOR, Conn., May 18, 2016—A C-suite executive panel on how to thrive in a changed marketplace leads the agenda at the 2016 Caribbean Insurance Conference, taking place June 5 – June 7, 2016 in the Bahamas.
The panel, titled “Keeping Pace with Global Industry Changes” will feature Patrick Ward, Group president and CEO, Bahamas First Holdings Ltd.; David Sloan, president and CEO, Aon; and Veronica Scotti, president and CEO, Canada, Swiss Re. James W. Kerley, chief membership officer, LIMRA and LOMA will moderate the session.
“There are solid opportunities and potential for growth in the Caribbean insurance market,” said Ian Watts, senior vice president and managing director, International Operations, LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global Inc. “Our goal is to help executives understand the current environment, identify the best opportunities, and capitalize on them going forward.”
Reflecting the conference theme Industry Evolution: Operating in the New Normal, one session will be devoted to simulating a coordinated response to a data breach. The exercise is designed to illustrate who to involve internally and externally, and how to properly communicate to customers and appropriate regulatory agencies. Leading this session will be Tim Stapleton, vice president, cyber insurance product manager, Chubb Insurance Company; Bill Hardin, vice president, Charles River Associates; and Sian Schafle, Partner, Lewis Brisbrois Bisgaard & Smith LLP.
The Caribbean Insurance Conference is hosted by LIMRA, LOMA and the Insurance Association of the Caribbean (IAC). Attracting more than 500 people from nearly 40 countries, the conference will provide informative sessions and networking opportunities for Caribbean insurance actuaries, regulatory authorities, and educational institutes, as well as others with an interest in the Caribbean insurance industry.
The conference will be held at the Atlantis Resort, Nassau, Bahamas. For more information and to register, please visit: 2016 Caribbean Insurance Conference.
Since 1916, LIMRA, a worldwide research, learning and development organization, has been the trusted source of industry knowledge, helping more than 850 insurance and financial services companies in 64 countries. To learn more about LIMRA’s 100th anniversary celebration, please visit www.limra.com/100years.
Established in 1924, with 1,200 plus member companies in over 80 countries, LOMA is committed to a business partnership with its world-wide members in the insurance and financial services industry to improve their management and operations through quality employee development, research, information sharing, and related products and services. To find out more about LOMA and the learning opportunities it offers, visit LOMA’s Web site at www.loma.org.
About the Insurance Association of the Caribbean
The Insurance Association of the Caribbean (IAC) Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and growth of the Caribbean insurance industry. Its membership is diverse, with a large contingent of registered affiliates located throughout the Caribbean, Canada, Europe and the United States that specialize in every field of insurance. Visit the association online: www.iac-caribbean.com.