Thursday 28 October 2021
In a world of uncertainty, businesses need to adapt and transform the way they look at risk to overcome the potential challenges coming their way.
Captives have become a trusted, flexible and efficient way to finance insurance programmes and give multinationals more control of their risks. And now many are looking to make the most of their captives by adding more risk, and even diversifying their captive with new lines of business like employee benefits (EB).
We will be discussing all this and much more at PARIMA Resilience Week (25-29 October) and would love to have you join us. And the good news is, it’s not too late to register.
Use our code RWV21MAXISGBN at checkout to get a free ticket to this exciting event (usually US $1,500). But hurry, we have a limited number of free tickets to give away!
Juliet Kwek, Regional Director Asia Pacific at MAXIS GBN, Shiwei Jin, Global Programs & Captives Regional Director Asia Pacific at AXA XL and Farah Jaafar, Chief Executive Officer at Labuan IBFC will discuss how EB risks like life, disability and medical insurance are a great example of new lines being added to captives.
Soni Srivastava, Regional Head of Corporate Insurance, APAC at Deutsche Bank, will be hosting the session “Captive diversification as a tool for resilience” on Thursday 28 October at 10am (Singapore time).
You will also be able to watch Mattieu Rouot, CEO at MAXIS GBN, speaking about the exciting new trend of EB-only captives, on the “Risk in focus” section of the event website. This short video will be available throughout the whole event.
While EB-only captives are a relatively new phenomenon, there are a growing number of multinationals taking advantage of the benefits for their EB alone. The opportunities to offer better benefits at a competitive rate and meet the changing demands of employees is particularly enticing.
About the conference
The PARIMA Resilience Week is a programme exclusively crafted by risk managers for risk managers.
In 2020, PARIMA hosted its first resilience week to put the need to build resilience in the front of our minds. This year PARIMA will look into how multinationals can continue to sustain and improve organisational resilience to not just survive, but thrive.
The conference will open its (virtual) doors for industry experts to exchange ideas, challenges, lessons learnt and best practices.
It will be an exciting event!