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With over 30+ CEOs and C-Suite execs from all major European markets, The Future of Insurance Europe (November 24 – 25) takes the strategic approach to capitalise on the market instability and turn disruption into opportunity. Nowhere else will you find exclusive interviews conducted by Reuters with industry leaders and C-Suite panels covering the industry’s business critical topics. Access the discussions to revolutionise your strategy…

 

  

  
  
  
 Reuters Exclusive Interviews with:
 
 • Nigel Wilson (CEO, Legal & General)
 
 • Denis Kessler (Chairman & CEO, SCOR)
 
 • Joerg Asmussen (CEO, GDV)
 
 • Andrew Horton (CEO, Beazley)
 
 • Victoria Saporta (Executive Director of the Prudential Policy Directorate, Bank of England)
  
  
  
 Reuters Live Panels:
 
 • “On Risk” with Hugo Wegbrans (Global Chief Broking Officer, AON), Jerome Jean Haegeli (Group Chief Economist, Swiss Re) and, Michael Steel (Global Head of Business Development, RMS)
 
 • “On Diversity” with Sonja Rottiers (CEO Europe, Lloyd’s), Alison Martin (CEO EMEA, Zurich) and, Steve Wardlaw (Chairman & Co-Founder, Emerald Life)
 
 • “On Regulation” with Hans de Cuyper (Group CEO, Ageas), Felix Hufeld (President, BaFin), Julian Adams (Director of Public Policy & Regulation, M&G) and, Dimitris Zafeiris (Head of the Risks & Financial Stability Dept., EIOPA)
 

  
  
 
  
 In the next few days, we will be releasing the full agenda – register now and be the first to know. Position yourself and your organisation for success.
  
  
 Kind regards,
  
  
 Alexander Bird
 Global Project Director
 Insurance
 Reuters Events
  
 Telephone: +44 20 7513 8946
 Alexander.bird@thomsonreuters.com

  
  
 Reuters Events is part of Reuters News & Media Ltd, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Registered in England and Wales: 2505735.
  

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