The state of Latin America’s risk management industry will be discussed by a number of industry specialists at the 2016 ALARYS Congress in Bermuda, on September 25 – 27.
Officially opened by Premier Michael Dunkley, the three-day conference is aimed at risk management professional across Central and South America, and is themed around ‘emerging and non-traditional risk’.
The Fundación Latinoamericana de Administradores de Riesgos y Seguros ALARYS event will be held at the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club and is expected to attract more than 100 delegates.
Dunkley will deliver his welcome on Monday 26, followed by introductory remarks by Ross Webber, chief executive officer of the Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA), and Jorge Luzzi, FUNDALARYS President, who also serves as Executive Vice President of the International Federation of Risk and Insurance Management Associations (IFRIMA).
“We are delighted to be staging this year’s event in Bermuda, and look forward to welcoming delegates, sponsors, exhibitors and our full slate of eminent speakers that promise to make ALARYS 2016 a highly informative and engaging event,” said Luzzi.
There will be key sessions highlighting insurance-linked securities and other alternative risk-transfer products, as well as strategies for mitigating cyber, political, terrorism, kidnapping and catastrophe risk.
There will also be sessions on risk management trends, non-traditional risks and the use of insurance captives for Latin American companies, as well as a global regulatory update.
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