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Advance

Munich Re’s Top Talent Programme 2022
30 May to 8 July 2022

Advance, an exclusive six-week invitation-only programme for our most-valued clients, aims to boost business expertise, upskill leadership competences, and connect insurance industry managers. The business-school-oriented curriculum is open to just twelve participants each year. In 2022, our focus is on megatrends that will impact our sector already now and in the future.

Why Advance?

Originating in 1953, the Advance programme has a long tradition at Munich Re. Its core motivation remains the same: connecting people and providing expert support. Today’s Advance programme equips the industry’s top talents from all over the globe with the knowledge and skills required in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (“VUCA”) world. The selected candidates will get the opportunity to work on real industry challenges together with Munich Re experts and – last but not least – establish a strong and lasting (re)insurance network. 

The Advance programme is hosted by Torsten Jeworrek, Member of the Board of Management of Munich Reinsurance Company.

Where and when?

The Advance programme takes place at Munich Re’s headquarters in Munich, Germany, from Monday, 30 May to Friday, 8 July 2022. Participants will be staying at the Munich Re Guest House, located close to the company’s main building in the heart of Schwabing.

Who qualifies?

Representatives of selected Munich Re insurance clients around the world, matching the following profile

  • Minimum 3–4 years of management experience
  • Profound insurance knowledge
  • Strong strategic and conceptual skills
  • Curious about insurance innovation and shaping new business solutions
  • Eager to share and grow
  • Keen to work in a diverse team 
  • Fluent in English

What to expect?

  • Gain valuable theoretical, practical and methodological skills
  • Have direct access to Munich Re’s Board members and senior executives 
  • Experience Munich Re and connect with our expertise and culture
  • Broaden your perspectives on megatrends in a global insurance industry context
  • Gather first-class academic tuition in insurance management and participate in executive management training for insurance professionals

Course overview

Course overview
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Important information on costs and compliance

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Who can not participate?
The following are not eligible to participate:

Persons holding any kind of public office (also in addition to their regular employment/assignment)

Persons not qualifying as fully vaccinated against Covid 19 by EU and UK standards
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Costs
The Advance programme is sponsored by Munich Re and thus offered free of charge. The following expenses are not included and must be borne by our clients: travel costs (flights), costs for a planned one-week field trip to London (flights and accommodation) and the participant’s salary/personal expenses during the stay.
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Value of the programme/tax regulations
In addition to the expertise and ideas exchanged between Munich Re and the participants, the value of the programme for each candidate amounts to approximately €20,000. Candidates have to make sure that they are permitted to accept the invitation under their employer’s internal compliance rules and local tax regulations.

Who is your contact?

If you think you’re a good fit for the Advance programme or have any questions, please contact your Munich Re client manager or email the Advance team 

Advance partners

Munich Re’s main programme partner is the Munich Risk and Insurance Center (MRIC) of the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU), Munich and Hult Ashride, international business school. LMU is ranked the leading university on this specific topic in Germany – if not Europe – by the “Times Higher Education” list of the world’s top universities. More specifically, the MRIC at the LMU was founded in 2010 to support research activities in risk management and insurance. The centre has a well-established international network and hosts a number of researchers working in insurance in Munich. The MRIC is part of the LMU’s Munich School of Management and seeks to be interdisciplinary in its activities. Hult International Business School is a non-profit educational pioneer and the first triple-accredited US business school. Ranked by the Financial Times, Economist, Forbes, and Bloomberg, Businessweek, Hult offers practical undergraduate, graduate, and executive education programmes across its global campuses in downtown Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai and New York.

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