Complex Property Risks

Risk assessment, claims and underwriting opportunities

March 24 - March 27 2020
Munich Re training centre, Munich

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General description

Property insurance is one of the longest-established classes of business. Owing to the dynamic nature of the property insurance landscape, the market situation and clients’ requirements are constantly and rapidly changing. Underwriters need in-depth knowledge and expertise to be able to cope with the increasing complexity and short-tail nature of property insurance and reinsurance covers. This seminar analyses and discusses specific complex property insurance and reinsurance issues, their risk assessment, the latest market developments and claims handling aspects. The seminar is organised along workshop lines. Thus, participants and presenters – Munich Re experts – work in close collaboration, discussing the issues involved and sharing information.

Content

  • Complex property risks: strategic overview and outlook
  • Business interruption and contingency planning
  • Risk assessment and PML 
  • Complex loss cases studies
  • Economic consequences of natural hazards
  • Special risks and coverage models
  • Workshop peril/clause definition

Level

Target group

The seminar is aimed at experienced property underwriters (3 – 5 years’ experience) who are interested in a holistic view and analysis of complex risks.

Language

English – Professional business English skills required

Date

24 – 27 March 2020

Location

Munich Re training centre, Munich, Germany

Deadline for registration

28 February 2020
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