AIG Academy

Sign up for a range of entertaining and informative webinars and hear experienced speakers share their illuminating insights and answer your questions.

This event can be included as part of your CPD requirements should you consider it relevant to your professional development needs.

Summer Programme

Terrorism & Political Violence: Meeting the needs of an evolving market

Wednesday 26 May, 11.00am - 12.00pm

 

Speaker:  

 

Edward Atkin, Head of Terrorism and Political Violence, Talbot Underwriting

 

Synopsis:

This discussion will include: an overview of recent trends we are seeing with Rapid Mass Mobilisation in an era of social driven unrest, the impact on business and considerations around Political Violence risk.

Residential cladding – technical overview and insurance market update

Wednesday 16 June, 11.00am - 12.00pm

 

Speakers:  

 

Chris Duggan, Head of Property, UK Regions, AIG

David Slater, UK Middle Market, Property, AIG

Paul Carpenter, Commercial Property Risk Engineering Manager, AIG

 

Synopsis:

This webinar will explore construction issues in the residential sector and the responses of government, developers, manufacturers and the insurance industry.  It will look at today’s commercial property market capacity challenges, pricing and stringent terms, followed by forward-looking considerations of market normalisation post-remediation and remediation inspection and funding issues. It will also address how brokers can access AIG capacity and the information requirements. 

 

Specific learning points will be: types of cladding and issues associated with them, Market developments and how to effectively engage with insurers to secure best terms for clients.

The Art and Science of Developing a Multinational Program

Thursday 1 July, 11.00am - 12.00pm

 

Speakers:  

 

Niamh Carty, Multinational Energy Underwriting Specialist, AIG

Pierrick Livet, Senior Multinational Client Executive, AIG

 

Synopsis:

This AIG Broker Academy is aimed at our Young Professionals in the industry as well as anyone wanting to learn more about the design and development of a multinational program. 

 

The session will cover – 

  • Facts and figures about multinational companies
  • Buying options
  • Controlled Master Programs
  • Structure & benefits
  • When do you need a local policy
  • Other multinational design considerations
  • Premium allocations
  • And case studies

Property - Middle Market

Wednesday 21 July, 11.00am - 12.00pm

 

Speaker:  

 

David Slater, UK Middle Market, Property, AIG

 

Synopsis

This presentation will include an introduction to Middle Market – the story so far, with a discussion around AIG’s appetite in relation to Public Sector, Higher Education, Commercial Property and Real Estate. 

 

It will look at current market challenges, in terms of capacity, rate and submission flow and will conclude with a forward-looking assessment of how we see the market changing in the future.

Wellspace

Wednesday 4 August, 11.00am - 12.00pm

 

Speakers:  

 

  • Jake Adams, Co-Founder and COO, Wellspace
  • Dr Nicola Eccles, Head of Wellbeing and Behaviour Change, Wellspace
  • Clive Sherwood, Casualty Risk Consulting Team Lead UK/Europe, AIG

 

Synopsis

The Wellspace digital wellbeing solution has an extensive library of searchable content within the app available 24/7 with topics such as mental health, stress, low mood, bereavement, nutrition, financial wellbeing, sleep and exercise. 

 

The session will cover – 

 

  • Employee Engagement / Communication
  • Measuring Health & Wellbeing Impact
  • Unified Global Health & Wellbeing Programme

 

Please register here and the webinar details will be sent to you.

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