Emerging Risks and New technologies
Join us for the last Liability Insurance Discussion Group session in 2018 which will be followed by networking drinks.
- How to explain Blockchain at a dinner party without boring the pants off everyone. Mark Pascall, Blockchain Labs
- A current review of insurance contract law and conduct and the general direction the law might take. Daniel O’Grady, Principal Policy Advisor in MBIE’s Financial Markets team
The Northern Club, 19 Princes St, Auckland
Monday 26 November 2018 3pm – 4.30pm
The 2018 NZILA Conference, Beyond Adversity, was held in Christchurch from Wednesday, 19 September to Friday, 21 September. A total of 335 delegates, including speakers and presenters, enjoyed a strong and varied educational programme.
Please click on the below links for the presentations we have available.
The Future City of Christchurch – John Bridgeman
Global Risk Reports – Marcus Pearson
Emerging Insurance Risks – Nick Zambetti
Health & Safety – Judge Tom Gilbert
Health & Safety – Garth Galloway
Financial Advisers – Rebecca Sellers
Financial Advisers – Carl Schreiber
Fire Liability – Matt McDonald
Fire Liability – Veronica Cress
Earthquake commission reform – Henry Holdernes
Cyber risks – Tony Grasso
Cyber risks – Stephen Kay
Cyber risks – Toby Gee
Law update – Robin Bowley
Injury to a person’s reproductive autonomy – Stephen Todd
CPD Points: 8
Michael Heron, QC will discuss the role of the financial regulators in regards to current activity, focus and priorities in the commercial regulatory space.
CPD Points: 1.5
Presenters : Melissa Borcoski and Tyler Brown of Saunders Robinson Brown
The final Liability Discussion Group for 2017 was held at The Northern Club. A panel discussed cyber technologies and the year in review.
Jeremy Jones, Head of Cyber Security, Theta NZ
David Maritz, Senior Manager, Matson Driscoll & Daimco Pty Limited
Ian Pollard, Managing Director, Delta Insurance
Heather Ward, Principal Advisor, National Cyber Policy Office
APIC uniquely draws together regional and international experience and expertise to host an insurance industry conference that will provide a singular opportunity to focus attention on insurance issues that are relevant to the Asia Pacific region specifically, and globally as a whole.
APIC is the first Asian regional conference organized by a collection of major insurance related organizations, affiliated under the auspices of the International Insurance Law Association/Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA).
AIDA is a non-profit making international association, which promotes and develops at an international level, collaboration between insurance industry participants.
Annual conference is LAWASIA’s most significant event of the year. It is intended to bring together bar leaders, corporate members and individual members from each country in the Asia-Pacific region under one roof, and to conduct sessions to discuss a number of topics including judicial, legal training, and alternative dispute resolution.
The conference also seeks to be a venue for sharing ideas, deepening relationships, establishing rule of law, and contributing to regional development and peace.
LAWASIA invites all of our members to register for attendance.