4th SAS ERM & ESSEC CREAR Conference

 "Cyber risks – Threats and Opportunities for the Asia Pac Insurance Industry

4th SAS ERM & ESSEC CREAR Conference:

July 26-27, 2018

at ESSEC Asia Pacific 

Keynote speakers:

  • Mr Tommy Tan, Head of Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Technology Risk Supervision Division (keynote opening speech)
  • Prof. Nir KshetriBryan School of Business and Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
  • Prof.  Kai-Lung HuiHKUST Business School, Hong-Kong
  • Dr.  Michel Dacorogna, Partner at PrimeRe Solutions, Switzerland, and Holder of the International Chair LabEx MME-DII & ESSEC CREAR on Quantitative Risk Management

The Cyber Risk Conference has lined up renowned speakers to tackle the issue of cyber threat, cyber risk management, cyber modeling techniques, cyber insurance products as well as a panel discussion on cyber trend and a cyber risk workshop (see the program in the attached document below). We welcome all (re)insurance and non-insurance professionals, academics and PhD students to join our conference in July. 

NEWS: watch 5 interviews (videos) posted online (Sept. 5, 2018) by the magazine Asia Insurance Review

Register (all participants) and make payment (Professionals) by 18 July 2018 to enjoy the Early Bird rates.  For Academics and Students, please send an email to: kratz at essec.edu; for Professionals: please visit the SAS conference website 

Call for papers (closed): 

Please send the topic, together with a brief outline of the presentation, as well as the brief biography of the presenter(s) to us, at erm2018@actuaries.org.sg (with cc to: kratz at essec.edu) by April 20,  2018.  Selected presenters will be notified via email by 31 May 2018. 

The 2018 Joint SAS ERM – ESSEC Conference welcomes academics, PhD students and (re)insurance and non-insurance professionals to present their research, knowledge & experience on:  (i) 

Risks that are threatening the insurance industry: nature of such threats, insights on the cybercrime world, relevance to the insurance industry in terms of vulnerabilities, opportunities and relevant data privacy regulations, … (ii) Cyber insurance: market & demand dynamics, existing and future insurance products, pricing techniques, accumulation of risks, reinsurers’ perspective; (iii) Related topics . 
Other than the classical style of presentations, other suggestions including participative workshops, cyber games are also welcome.



Marie KRATZ,
19 Jul 2018, 22:17