PwC has confirmed Fiona Luck, non-executive director on the Lloyd’s of London franchise board, will speak at its annual Insurance Summit, which is taking place on November 7.
Luck, who has been tasked with driving cultural change and implementing greater gender balance at Lloyd’s, will provide insights in a session analysing the impact of corporate culture in the industry.
She will be joined at the eventt by a number of other high profile industry figures, including AIG president and CEO Brian Duperreault; Hiscox chairman Robert Childs; and RFIB group executive chairman Dennis Mahoney.
Leading global ILS managers will also be in attendance, including Cory Anger, global head of ILS origination and structuring at GC Securities; Michael Millette, founder and managing partner at Hudson Structured Capital Management; and Luca Tres, partner and head of life at Securis Investment Partners.
David Altmaier, commissioner in the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, and Barry Gilway, president, CEO and executive director at Citizens Property Insurance Corporation will sit alongside John Huff, president and CEO of Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers, on a panel discussing how to open up the US market to private insurance.
PwC said it expects around 300 attendees to attend the event, which is presented by the Financial Times, including c-suite executives and senior professionals from over 75 global companies and organisations, including 50 re/insurers.
Arthur Wightman, PwC Bermuda leader, said the event’s “fast-paced agenda that will address the most pressing issues in the market today, including technology, cyber risk, regulation, climate change and sustainability.”
Fiona Luck, Brian Duperreault, Robert Childs, Dennis Mahoney, Cory Anger, Michael Millette, Luca Tres, David Altmaier, Barry Gilway, John Huff, PwC