Join us to meet and network with colleagues and industry peers, and hear presentations on:
- AI and the insurance market, its use and development - how within Internal Audit can it be audited?
- Nikhil Asthana , Head of Data, Regulatory Change, RegTech and Digital Advisory Practice, Grant Thornton
- Nousheen Hassan, Director, Insurance Risk Assurance, Grant Thornton
The insurance industry is at the cusp of a transformative era where leading-edge insurers are now placing data at the heart of their strategic and operational plans. The industry is redefining business and operating models driven by regulatory changes, growth in data, collaboration within ecosystems, automation and technology advancements, such as Generative AI.
Many insurance firms are undertaking multi-year data transformation programmes across their value chains. Such transformation programmes entail data driven decision making, process automation, data platforms, enterprise approach to data governance, deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI & ML).
This session will focus on:
- Current and emerging data risk landscape within the insurance sector
- Key use cases of data & AI adoption for both defensive and offensive objectives
- The key trends and considerations to watch out for when auditing AI & ML.
Climate Change Risk and Internal Audit
- Michelle Radcliffe, Director, Insurance Consulting & Technology, WTW
- Tim Newman, Associate Director - Climate Analytics and Exposure Management, WTW
This session will focus on the climate financial risks facing (re)insurers today. By identifying, mitigating, and managing such risks, and providing insights into the evolving climate risk landscape, internal audit can play a key role in building their company’s risk management framework, and ensure that climate change considerations are integrated and embedded across the organisation.
The presentation will also look at the risk assessment tools available – with a focus on the physical, transitional and liability aspects of climate change.
- Personal Impact - How IA can be seen as partners not the “business police”
- Esther Stanhope – The Impact Guru
Esther will share her tips on how to win over any audience, using her experience and knowledge gained from 20 years in broadcasting and 10 years working with business leaders and FTSE100 organisations. You’ll walk away with more confidence and better interpersonal skills to build relationships, plus a few quick fix hacks to share with your team.
The Seminar will begin with registration and refreshments at 9.30am, will include a mid-morning coffee break with festive refreshments and finish with a buffet lunch at 1.00 pm.
Attendance is £75 per head.