TXF Private Insurance 2017

Political Risk and Trade Credit Insurance

Nov 28, 2017
etc.venues Monument, London, United Kingdom

TXF is pleased to bring you its inaugural Political Risk & Trade Credit Insurance conference. Please join us for a day of educative workshops, collaborative discussions, and insightful presentations.

The private insurance market plays an integral part in the trade and export finance market and is increasingly being seen as a viable alternative to the public ECA market. TXF would like to acknowledge the growing importance of the private insurance market by providing this conference as a platform for the industry to convene, discuss and grow.

Companies attending include:

BAE Systems     

BAM Nuttall      

BayernLB            

BP          

BWSC   

CNH Industrial  

Creatvs

Credit Agricole CIB          

Damen Shipyards Group              

Danieli & C. Officine

Deutsche Bank

Eltel Networks 

Eurofinsa            

Finacity

Firm Energy Group         

Gerald Group   

Huawei International    

IHC Merwede Holding B.V.

IKB Deutsche Industriebank       

Investec              

JE Consortium Limited

KfW IPEX-Bank

Kingbird Commodities

Marie Tecnimont

MBDA France

Meccaniche       

Mitsubishi Corporation

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG)

Natixis

Philips Capital

Rabobank

Rhodium Resources Pte Ltd

Royal Boskalis Westminster NV

Société Générale

Standard Chartered

Sucres et Denrées

VAMED

Vinci Construction Grand Projects

Vitol

Voith Financial Services

Volvo Construction Equipment

      

 

For more information about TXF Private Insurance 2017, including speaking requests
and delegate registration, please contact: 
[email protected] 


For sponsorship enquiries please contact:
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  Plenary Stream Workshop Stream
08:00

Coffee & Registration

Networking Room

09:00

Host's Welcome

Room 1

09:15

Audience Response Survey: Your thoughts on the industry

With representatives present from all corners of the industry including underwriters, brokers, exporters, financiers, lawyers and many more, this is a chance to gauge the sentiment of the industry. This live survey will focus on the key issues in the market, with real-time results provided on-screen and a full annotated set of results sent to all delegates after the event.

Room 1

09:30

Geopolitics in 2018: Is the insurance industry ready to weather the storm?

What are the consequences of Brexit for the industry? What opportunities or consequences would leaving the EU single market bring? How is the European wave of anti-establishment sentiment affecting the market? Will US protectionist policies impact demand for insurance products? Will political crises in Brazil and Venezuela continue to be the talking point in Latin America?

Room 1

10:15

Opening up the industry: Using private market data as a marketing tool

• How would the industry benefit from increased transparency? • Is the sharing of claims data feasible given the rules on client confidentiality? • How would it work and would arbitration be necessary? • What movements have been made in this space so far? • How can the industry learn from other industries that have gone through the same process?

Room 1

11:00

Coffee & Networking

Networking Room

11:30

Industry report card: Private insurance from the client's perspective

A chance for our panel of corporate and banking clients to give an honest review of their experience using the private insurance market: • What does the industry do well and what can it improve on? • Do clients feel their needs are being met? • Is the insurance market supporting their goals? • How efficient is the claims process? • What advice do they have for other prospective buyers?

Room 1

12:15

Reinsuring the ECA market

Reinsuring the ECA market The private reinsurance market plays a key role in supporting the public ECA market. This discussion looks at how the two sectors can continue their symbiotic relationship: • How can ECAs utilise the private reinsurance market to generate new capacity? • How can ECAs diversify their portfolio through the use of ECA or private reinsurance?

Room 1

13:00

Lunch

Networking Room

14:30

Customer origination: How to attract new customers into the market

Room 1

Workshop: Solvency II post Brexit

Room 2

15:15

Insurtech & Innovation: Is the industry ready to adapt?

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Room 1

Workshop: Policy Wording

Room 2

16:00

Coffee & Networking

Networking Room

16:30

State your claim: Pay or no pay?

We present a panel of industry experts with a series of hypothetical claims cases. Their task? To decide: 1. Whether there are grounds for claim 2. Whether they would honour the claim 3. Whether settlement would be compromised 4. The drivers behind each of the above

Room 1

17:15

Have I Got Insurance For You

A light-hearted way to round up the day. A team of underwriters take on a team of broker’s in an attempt to be crowned the TXF quiz champions of the insurance industry. Contestants can expect questions ranging from industry themes to London pop culture.

Room 1

18:00

Cocktail Reception

Networking Room

19:00

An unmissable event covering topics and trends happening in the private insurance industry. Be one of the select delegates, speakers and sponsors that will have the unique opportunity to attend the event at what TXF promises to be the first of many events for the private insurance sector. 


KEY AGENDA THEMES:

  • * Is the sharing of claims data a viable prospect and can it be used as a marketing tool for the industry?

  • * How key geopolitical events will impact the market in 2018

  • * Hear what the clients have to say about their experience using the private insurance market

  • * A look at how the ECA and private market can continue their positive relationship

  • * An analysis of various customer origination strategies and what improvements can be made on current methods

  • * What does the future of Solvency II look like post brexit?

  • * An introduction to the various technologies that are set to impact the industry


5 REASONS TO ATTEND

 1. TXF always places content first. With a mix of panel disucssions, workshops and idea labs, there's something for everyone

 2. A chance to be seen as an innovation leader in the market

 3. Fantastic networking with a diverse range of delegates including exporters, banks, underwriters, brokers and many more

 4. Earn CPD points while you learn

 5. Enjoy some well deserved cocktails at the post event drinks reception

Best conference I have ever attended for the content, networking and location
Anne-Isabelle Notton-Bouvard
Export Finance Europe, Russia & CIS, Société Générale
Anne-Isabelle Notton-Bouvard
"First Class conference! Excellent networking! Comprehensive Coverage!"
Christina Tonkin
Managing Director, Global Loans & Advisory, ANZ
Christina Tonkin
The best conference of its type worldwide for this project matter. Exceptionally well organised and ran with superb networking and content.
Joe Blenkinsopp
Global Head Political Risk & Trade Credit Insurance, XL Catlin
Joe Blenkinsopp

etc.venues Monument, London

8 Eastcheap

London, EC3M 1AE, United Kingdom

Event enquiries

Phone: +44(0)203 735 5183

Email: [email protected]

This year we will be hosting this exclusive gathering at etc.venues Monumentsituated in the centre of London's financial district. 

If you are travelling into London for the event, please see below for some nearby hotels we can recommend:

 

Threadneedles London, 5star

From £340 per night for a luxury room including Wi-Fi. This hotel is a 10 min walk from the venue.

You can book directly with the hotel here.

 

Club Quarters hotel, Gracechurch, 4star

From £202 per night for a club room including Wi-Fi. This hotel is a 5 min walk from the venue.

You can book directly with the hotel here.

 

Premier Inn, London Bank, 3star

From £126 per night for a standard double room including Wi-Fi. This hotel is a 5 min walk from the venue.

You can book directly with the hotel here.