The Largest Independent Global CAT Risk Conference

Event Overview


We are thrilled that the 9th annual CAT Risk Management & Modelling Summit will be returning live to London in 2022 (June 20-22). This will be a special reunion for the European market, and it could not come at a better time, as climate change and cyber-attacks threaten a future of increasing losses.  
 
As perils continue to increase in regularity and severity, it is critical that the re/insurance industry comes together to embrace innovation and build resilience. That’s why the 2022 CAT Risk Management and Modelling Summit is bringing you the region’s leading experts on natural hazards, cyber threats, man-made liability, data management, risk transfer solutions, and climate science. 
 
The world’s largest independent nat cat gathering is a not to be missed in-person event, bringing together modellers, underwriters, actuaries, scientists, regulators, and other important members of the European market, to discuss how to better manage and model catastrophe risk. 
 
What’s new and different for 2022 Summit?  
  • Work through climate stress tests in real time 
  • Hear what the re/insurance market thinks about today’s cyber models 
  • Take part in an interactive discussion on terrorism risk 
  • Explore the relationship between ESG and climate risk 
  • Learn how to develop careers in CAT 
 
 

SUMMIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE  

 
 
WELCOME TO THE LARGEST INDEPENDENT GLOBAL CAT RISK CONFERENCE 
 
Welcome to the 9th annual CAT Risk Management and Modelling Summit for 2022 – the world’s largest independent CAT modelling conference.   
  
Estimating insured loss has never been easy, but over the last two years, our industry’s experience with the pandemic, climate change, and cyber-attacks have contributed increasing volatility to the profession. COVID-19 alone has produced US $44 billion in losses, becoming the fourth largest insurance cost ever after the asbestos liability cat, Hurricane Katrina, and 9/11. 
  
Can we model CAT risk with enough confidence to sustainably maintain the market? Will CAT losses eventually render the underlying risk uninsurable for targeted perils in some territories? Are we equipping the next generation of CAT risk modelers with the right tools for success? Are we informing stakeholders sufficiently to interpret the CAT model outputs? 
  
As Advisory Board members for this year’s Summit, we are proud to bring you three days of speakers and content with the answers to these questions, as well as innovative ways of responding to current challenges.  
Join us at the 9th Annual CAT Risk Management & Modelling Summit, where the best and brightest CAT risk minds from across Europe and beyond gather to discuss major Nat CAT perils, cyber risk, emerging risks such as wildfires, ESG impacts on underwriting, man-made liability, data reliance, and more.  
We hope to see you there.   
 
Sincerely,  
Summit Advisory Committee 

Women in Insurance Workshop | Thursday 17th March

Build confidence, develop resilience, and challenge the imposter syndrome - all while developing your leadership style 
 
In partnership with the Women Leaders Institute:
 
 
  
Gather with and learn from other aspiring women leaders to understand and articulate your value, while building confidence in your skills. Gain key insights, strategies, and takeaways to develop your career in the insurance industry so you’re ready to make that next career move – and the one after that.
 
Facilitator:
 
 
 
Samantha Ridgewell, Managing Director, Empower Development 
Women in Insurance – Trailblazer Award 2021   
Women in Insurance – Gender Inclusion Award 2021   
London Market Forms – HR and Training Provider of the year 2022 
 
 
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Expert Speakers

Lisa Leaman

Head of London Markets

PRA

Alan Godfrey

Exposure Management Principal

Sompo International

Imelda Powers

Managing Director

Guy Carpenter

Tamara Soyka

Head Cat Perils EMEA, Director

Swiss Re

Maurizio Savina

Head of Cat R&D

SCOR

Elizabeth Harris

VP, Research and Development

Ariel Re

Gary McInally

Recent Chief Actuary

Flood Re

Kirsten Mitchell-Wallace

Head of Portfolio Risk Management

Lloyd’s of London

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Sponsors

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Key Reasons to Attend

  • Network in-person with leading nat cat figures from primary and secondary markets throughout Europe  
  • Build resilience in preparation for future climate change related perils 
  • Compare cyber models from leading global vendors 
  • Learn about the latest climate change models and judge whether they’re ready for application 
  • Discover how the market is responding to recent major flood and hurricane perils 
  • Discuss solutions to new and emerging hazards, from winter storm to wildfire 
  • Evaluate alternative risk transfer and capital management strategies and the place for ILS, Cat, and pandemic bonds  
  • Refine your data strategy to save costs and maximise impact 
  • Understand the changing terrain of man-made liability insurance 
  • Develop careers in Cat for women and graduates 

Who Should Attend CAT Risk Management and Modelling

  • Re/insurers 
  • Re/insurance brokers 
  • Underwriters & claims managers 
  • Actuaries 
  • Universities  
  • Government (catastrophe, disaster, climate & environmental planning)  
  • Climate change agencies 
  • Catastrophe modellers 
  • Chief Risk Officers & Risk managers 
  • Regulators 
  • Capital managers 
  • Service providers to the insurance industry

Why Sponsor

Have solutions that will help CAT Risk Insurance/Reinsurance leaders accurately model and manage the risk of increasingly frequent, severe, and unpredictable hazards? 
 
Looking to improve your brand recognition to get on their radar for consideration, or want to share a key message to drive awareness?    

 
Join CAT Risk Insurance/Reinsurance leaders and professionals, who are meeting online over 3 half days to gain access to case example presentations that will help them better understand exposure to Climate, NAT CAT, pandemic risks and insurance losses  
 
What products and solutions are they looking for?  
  • Catastrophe Risk Modelling Companies 
  • Data Providers 
  • Geo Spatial Technology Companies 
  • Insurance Services / Admin Technology Companies 
  • Cyber Risk Modelling Companies 
Who will you meet?   
Senior Leaders from: 
 
 
 
To make an enquiry please contact saul.dollimore@aventedge.com or call +61 2 8378 4339.
 
 

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Venue

The 9th Annual CAT Risk Management & Modelling Summit will be held at:
 
Congress Centre 
28 Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3LS 
Conference: Congress Hall (20th & 21st June 2022)
Workshop: Council Chamber (22nd June 2022)
 
T: +44 20 7467 1318
 
Other venue information:
Location Map and Directions: www.congresscentre.co.uk/location
 
The Congress Conference Centre is in a fantastic location in the heart of London’s West End, just three minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Road Underground Station and a short walk from Oxford Street, Covent Garden and theatre land.
 
The conference venue benefits from excellent transport links by tube (direct to Euston, Charing Cross, Waterloo and Liverpool Street mainline stations), and has two public car parks in the immediate vicinity located in Great Russell Street and Museum Street, as well as metered on-street parking. Cycle racks are available for those preferring to arrive on two wheels, and a ‘Boris Bikes’ Docking Station is conveniently located in Great Russell Street.
 
Approximate journey times from Tottenham Court Road Station for London Journey Planner
  • Charing Cross Station – 2 minutes
  • Euston Station- 4 minutes
  • King’s Cross/St Pancras Station – 11 minutes
  • Heathrow Airport – 38 minutes
  • Liverpool Street Station – 9 minutes
  • London Bridge Station – 14 minutes
  • Paddington Station- 13 minutes
  • Waterloo Station – 5 minutes
Accommodation:
Congress Centre is a non-residential conference venue, but if accommodation is required there is an excellent range of hotels in the immediate vicinity.
 
We recommend: My Bloomsbury Hotel
Address: 11-13 Bayley St, Bedford Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3HD
Phone: 020 3004 6000  | Web: myhotels.com/bloomsbury
*Please mention you are attending an event at the Congress Centre and they should offer you their best rate
 
Alternatively, there are hotels on either side of the building – The Bloomsbury and Radisson Edwardian. For other options around the venue, CLICK HERE.