The largest independent global CAT Risk conference series in Europe

London | 13-14 March 2019       View Full Program Here
With insured losses reaching a total of US$135 billion in 2017, falling just short of the record US$137 billion set in 2011, is the re/insurance industry prepared for more extreme natural catastrophic events? As climate change brings more frequent extreme weather, the industry must keep up with market demand and anticipate future changes through the advancement of technology.   
  • How will embracing new technologies and approaches drive the industry’s development? 
  • How did the models stand up against recent catastrophic events? 
  • How have the models progressed? What are the challenges in modelling and what more can be done? 
Delivered by the industry's leading CAT risk thought leaders, the 6th Annual CAT Risk Management & Modelling Europe 2019 will identify: 
  • Model fundamentals, comparison and analysis – and what this means for your business 
  • Modelling major perils in the context of high probability and high impact global disasters 
  • Non-modelled perils, their quantification in the absence of local 3rd party models and lessons learnt from recent disasters 
  • Best practice CAT risk management and insights on reinsurance, pricing and underwriting 

CAT Risk Management & Modelling Speakers

Federico Waisman

SVP Head of Analytics

Ariel Re

Michele Steinberg

Wildfire Division Director


Anna Sweeney

Director of Insurance Supervision

Prudential Regulation Authority

Rowan Douglas CBE

CEO of Capital Science & Policy Practice

Willis Towers Watson

Kirsten Mitchell-Wallace

Head of Risk Aggregation


Imelda Powers

Senior CAT Management Advisor – Asia Pacific; Managing Director

Guy Carpenter

Miroslav Petkov

Head of EMEA ERM Insurance Team

S&P Global Ratings

Hjörtur Thráinsson

Modelling Expert

Munich Re

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CAT Risk Management & Modelling Sponsors

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Why Attend CAT Risk Management and Modelling 

Be part of the largest independent Global CAT Risk conference series – CAT London 2018 was attended by over 180 industry leaders 
  • With Brexit on the horizon, the Prudential Regulation Authority’s Director of Insurance Supervision analyses current issues facing UK insurance supervision. 
  • See how cyber models from AIR Worldwide, CyberCube and Corax stack up against each other with Ariel Re’s SVP Head of Analytics.
  • Assess and manage climate risk with Ariel Re, SCOR, the Prudential Regulation Authority, Aviva and JBA Risk Management. 
  • Draw on learnings from 2017 catastrophic events and its implications for best practice with Lloyd’s Head of Risk Aggregation before exploring model validation best practices with SCOR, Guy Carpenter, Lloyd’s, Prudential Regulation Authority and S&P Global Ratings. 
  • Discover the impact of 2018 catastrophic events on the industry from Willis Tower Watson’s CEO of Capital Science & Policy Practice, and identify modelling gaps with Munich Re, MS Amlin and Willis Re in response to the events.  
  • Improve flood risk modelling with Ariel Re, AXA XL, Chaucer Syndicates and JBA Risk Management.  
  • Evaluate the new wildfire models from CoreLogic, AIR Worldwide and RMS with Ariel Re’s SVP Head of Analytics.  
  • Maximise the use of technology in strengthening data processes and creating a stronger data foundation to improve your organisation’s view of risk
  • Analyse the potential for exposure-based modelling of liability/casualty accumulation risk with Pelagius and the Prudential Regulation Authority. 
  • Interactive roundtable sessions delivered by Partner Re, Guy Carpenter, Geospatial Insight, AIR Worldwide, Tokio Millennium Re AG, AXA XL and Willis Towers Watson. 

Who Should Attend CAT Risk Management and Modelling

Professionals and government officials who are responsible for risk management functions related to catastrophe risk, including: 
  • Re/insurers 
  • Reinsurance & Insurance Brokers 
  • Underwriters & Claims Managers 
  • Government Officials involved with Catastrophe Exposures, Environmental Planning & Climate Change
  • Actuaries & Consultants 
  • Climate Change Experts & Agencies 
  • Catastrophe & Seismology Experts 
  • Catastrophe Modelling Agencies 
  • Risk Managers 
  • Regulators 
  • Capital Market Players 
  • Service Providers to the Insurance Industry

Why Sponsor CAT Risk Management & Modelling Europe

The CAT Risk Management and Modelling series is the only dedicated global CAT risk focused event series that provides an open and engaging platform for the leading minds of CAT risk management and modelling to address the challenges that the insurance and reinsurance industry face. 
With more than 180 decision makers in attendance last year, there is no better event for making new connections and conducting re/insurance business with companies including Munich Re, Swiss Re, Hannover Re, Lloyd’s of London, AXA, Zurich, Allianz, Brit Insurance, AIG, Aviva, XL Catlin, SCOR and other leading re/ insurers, brokers, regulators, underwriters, modelling companies and technology vendors. 
Increase your business and educate customers at Europe’s largest independent CAT risk event. 
Companies that have attended previously include:  
  • Guy Carpenter 
  • Liberty Specialty Markets 
  • Hannover Re 
  • Hiscox Underwriting Ltd 
  • Aon Benfield 
  • Endurance Re 
  • TransRe 
  • SCOR 
  • Qatar Re 
  • Hiscox 
  • Allianz Re 
  • MS Amlin 
  • Beazley Group 
  • JBA Risk Management  
  • Tokio Millennium Re  
  • Bank of England 
  • Helvetia Insurance 
  • CoreLogic 
  • Risk Management Solutions 
  • Zurich Insurance Group Ltd 
  • Xuber  
  • QBE European Operations plc  
  • Neon Underwriting Limited 
  • Chaucer Syndicates 
  • AIR Worldwide 
  • Willis Re 
  • Ariel Re 
  • Allianz  
  • StarStone 
  • Ascot Underwriting 
  • Hamilton Re 
For details on available sponsorship packages and to obtain a sponsorship prospectus, contact or call +44 203 318 4580.
Download The Sponsorship And Exhibition Prospectus Here 


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8 Eastcheap, London, EC3M 1AE
Meeting Room: Principal, Level 4