I- INDUSTRY-WIDE PARTNERSHIPS: Insurers and governments collaborating to expand markets (IDF, Flood insurance ex in the US…)
Presentation and panel around industry-led technological initiatives with: Oasis Loss Modelling Framework, where are we on this open source catastrophe modelling platform / B3i, where we are? / Massive claims handling and how to work collectively
| Paul Nunn, Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling, SCOR Global P&C | Jonathan Clark, Global Head of Business Solutions Claims, SCOR Global P&C
Buffet lunch in the SCOR Brasserie
II- EXTERNAL PARTNERSHIPS creating values to societies while expanding insurability
Denis Kessler is a French citizen; he is a graduate of HEC business school (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales) and holds a PhD in economics as well as advanced degrees in economics and social science.
He was Chairman of the Fédération Française des Sociétés d’Assurance (FFSA), Senior Executive Vice-President and member of the Executive Committee of the AXA Group and Executive Vice-President of MEDEF (Mouvement des Entreprises de France). He joined SCOR as Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on 4 November 2002.
Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling, SCOR Global P&C
Paul Nunn is responsible for pricing catastrophe risk on inwards business, and accumulation of catastrophe loss potential for natural hazard perils globally. A key aspect of the role is the provision of analytics and data for internal and external stakeholders including SCOR’s internal capital model, rating agencies, regulators and retrocessionaires alongside. Paul is also responsible for directing strategic Cat platform system development to facilitate more efficient deployment of capital to support the catastrophe risk SCOR is exposed to.
Alongside his role at SCOR Global P&C, Paul is a director of the non-profit Oasis Loss Modelling Framework company, an open source platform for developing, deploying and executing catastrophe models. He is also actively participating in the Insurance Development Forum working group on Risk Modelling & Mapping Group with the goal to improve global understanding and quantification of disaster risk, particularly in developing countries, to support and enable decisions on its mitigation, adaption and transfer. The focus is on creating a sustainable and accessible framework that promotes risk understanding and quantification
Before joining SCOR Global P&C, Paul was Head of Exposure Management at Corporation of Lloyd’s responsible for all aspects of accumulation and concentration risk at Lloyd’s. Paul has held many senior level positions in catastrophe management having also worked for ACE European Group and Applied Insurance Research Ltd.
Day 1 - 11:15
Oasis Loss Modelling Framework, where are we on this open source catastrophe modelling platform
Day 2 - 09:30
Oasis Loss Modelling Framework: what does it mean concretely and how can I use it in my country: open discussions with Paul Nunn, Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling, SCOR Global P&C
Global Head of Business Solutions Claims, SCOR Global P&C
A Chartered Loss Adjuster and Chartered Insurance Practitioner, Jonathan has over 35 years claims handling experience . He has dealt with claims in over 40 countries and has worked with many of the world's largest corporations on their claims programmes. He joined SCOR in 2013 as head of claims in London and is now Global Head of Claims for Business Solutions
Qualifications: MA, MSc, Dip Eng, ACII, FCILA
Jonathan is Past President of the London Business Interruption Association a past examiner on construction liability for CILA and their current Deputy President of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Day 1 - 12:15
Massive claims handling and how to work collectively
Victor Peignet, Marine & Offshore Engineer graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées (ENSTA), joined SCOR’s Facultative Department in 1984 from the offshore contracting industry. He has more than 15 years underwriting and managing experience in Energy & Marine insurance with SCOR.
He was at the head of the Corporate Business Division of the Group (SCOR Business Solutions) since its formation in 2000, as Executive Vice President and as Managing Director from April 2004.
Since July 2005, he has been the Chief Executive Officer of SCOR Global P&C that is one of the two operational entities of the Group and that manages the Group non-life business worldwide. He is member of the Group COMEX.