Airmic & GIIA’s Guernsey Conference 2024

Airmic & GIIA’s Guernsey Conference 2024

Positioning for the future

24 & 25 June 2024

St Pierre Park Hotel, Guernsey.

Followed by gala dinner at Beau Sejour.

Airmic

Positioning for the future

Join us at the Guernsey Conference to connect with risk managers, captive owners, board members, captive managers and insurers during a day packed with speakers, panels and breakout sessions covering a range of topics followed by a relaxed gala dinner.

This event is free to attend.

Sponsors

Monday 24 June 2024

18.00 – 19.00
Opening event: drinks on the West Coast

Welcome to the formal opening of the conference.

Free shuttle bus departs St Pierre Park at 17.45 to Vistas, returning at 19.00.

Please email airmic@giia.gg to confirm a space.

Angela Iannetta
Chair
Airmic

Sponsored by Barclays Bank

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Tuesday 25 June 2024

07.30 – 08.30
Wellness hour

Free shuttle bus departs St Pierre Park 07.30, returning 09.00.

Please email airmic@giia.gg to confirm a space.

Please come and join us for one of three activities stationed at La Vallette Bathing Pools in St Peter Port:

  • a 5km flat coastal run
  • a sea swim
  • an outdoor yoga session looking out over the bay

Followed by coffee and a light breakfast.

Delegates are welcome to join just for breakfast to enjoy the spectacular views.

Sponsored by SRS

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10.00
Registration open

Registration desk outside La Seigneurie.

Coffee & Tea served.

10.15
Opening Address
Julia Graham
Chief Executive
Airmic
10.25
Welcome from Government
10.30
Keynote on the geopolitical environment and positioning for the future
General Sir Richard Sherriff
General Sir Richard Sherriff
The UK's former NATO commander

Breakout 1

11.00
Disaster relief financing
Emma Karhan
Broker
Aon
Simon Meldrum
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Moderator:

Paul Sykes
Managing Director
Aon
11.00
The Future of reinsurance markets and fronting
Peter Chesman
Partner - Speciality Broking
McGill
Esme Gould
Head of Captives
Zurich
Stuart Hayes
Manager, Global Captive Fronting, Alternative Risk Transfer
Allianz

Moderator:

John Rowson
11.00
Future proofing for the changing global tax landscape
Jenny Coletta
UK Insurance Tax Leader
EY Partner
Nicky Forshaw
Director
Guernsey Revenue Service

Moderator:

David White
Tax Partner
EY

Breakout 2

12.00
Climate change and opportunities for the captive industry to contribute to the wider ESG agenda
Alison Cambray
Advisory Director
PwC
Shannon Lancaster
Fund Analyst / Strategy Lead
Ravenscroft
Jordane Terrasse
LSEG
12.00
Metamorphosis: corporate structures that support risk transfer
Richard Sharp
Partner
Ogier
Kate Storey
Independent Non-Executive Director & Consultant
12.00
Claims
Colin Taylor
Divisional Director of Risk Management
Howden
Phil Thrower
Head of Commercial Delivery
Network Rail
Charles Scott
Managing Director
ARM

Lunch

13.00
Buffet lunch served in the La Fontaine Restaurant

“Death by Coconut Risk – and other trials and tribulations of an open-water swimmer”

A presentation by the Sea Donkey Adrian Sarchet

Adrian Sarchet
Open-water swimmer

Plenary Session

14.15
Case studies hour
Angela Iannetta
Chair
Airmic
Cleo Curl
Group Insurance Director
Landsec
Josh Cryer
Director of Risk and Insurance
THG

Introduced by:

Richard Cutcher
Captives Ambassador
Airmic
15.15
Tea break

Served in the Terrace with an Artefacts drop in (Michael Ward’s collection) & Insurance Museum corner. The GTA University Centre will have a stand offering information on the Guernsey Certificate in International Insurance qualification and course

Breakout 3

15.45
Cyber risk
Johnty Mongan
Global Head of Cyber Risk Management
AJG

Introduced by:

James Stewart
Client Services Director
Artex Risk Solutions
15.45
How does PI/D&O coverage meet the needs of Captive Directors?
Nigel Brand
Group CUO & CEO (Guernsey)
Spring
Ed Smerdon
Director
Coverage Matters
15.45
Parametric Insurance – An Update of The Trends & Developments and How Captives Can Utilise Them
Dr Raveem Ismail
Underwriter
ASR Re UK
Nicky Payne
Partner-Reinsurance
McGills
Paul Ramiz
Associate Partner
Augment
16.30
Conference ends

Post Conference

18.35
Pre-dinner drinks

At Beau Sejour with Colin Falla playing Saxophone

Pre-dinner drinks to consist of Prosecco, Rocquettes Cider and Little Big Brew Co

Colin Falla
Saxophonist
19.30
Dinner

Please email airmic@giia.gg to confirm an individual seat or book a table.

Tickets will be £75 per head. Tables of 10. Dinner will be a Guernsey Themed set menu

Guests to advise any dietary requirements.

Wine to be ordered by individual tables direct Events@TheFarmhouse.gg.

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Travelling to Guernsey

Taxis

Guernsey has a regulated, licensed taxi service. Taxi ranks are available at the airport as well as St Peter Port in Guernsey.

We highly recommend booking your taxis in advance wherever possible, especially if you are planning to travel early in the morning or in the evening when demand is highest.

You can also download the new Guernsey Taxi App on Android and iPhone, to request a taxi in real time. This on-demand app will help you locate a taxi and also give you an estimation of the journey’s cost – though taxi payment will still be taken from the in-vehicle taxi meter and paid directly to the driver. Pre-booking is not available at the moment, so for advance bookings please contact taxi services directly.

1ST CALL TAXIS
+447911 727970
1stcalltaxisgsy@gmail.com

ISLAND TAXIS LTD
01481 700500
islandtaxisltd@cwgsy.net

LAMBOURNE TAXIS
+447781123188

DONKEY TAXI LTD
+447839 747667

Flights

You can fly to Guernsey in as little as 40 minutes. A number of airlines operate flights to Guernsey from regional and international airports across the UK and Europe including London City and Gatwick, Dublin, Paris, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter and Southampton.

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The conference venue St Pierre Park Hotel & Golf Resort | Meeting venues in Guernsey | Hand Picked Hotels is around 20 minutes drive from the airport.

Accommodation

Overnight Accommodation is available at the St Pierre Park Hotel at £243.00 per night

There are also rooms available at the Duke of Normandie | Book Now (guestline.net) from £92.00 per night

Buses

There are regular buses from St Peter Port to the St Pierre Park Hotel for those staying in town. Please see Buses.gg

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