"Landfall of the Tech Storm" - How Technology is changing client interaction - Legal issues in distribution, claims and insurance services & other key developments in insurance and reinsurance.

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

16.30 - 17.30

2nd Floor, Scientific Council Room, Nova University, Campus de Campolide, 1099-032 Lisbon

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Auditorium 2

Christian Felderer, Chairman AIDA Europe

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Auditorium 2

Key Note 1: Jorge Magalhaes Correia, Chairman & CEO Fidelidade Seguros, Portugal 

Topic: “Striving to innovate and staying competitive in a rapidly changing market” 

Key Note 2: Julia Unkel, PwC Germany Insurance Leader 

Topic: “Future of insurance industry – how innovation and technology are changing client interaction and insurance services” 

  • • How are InsurTech and AI solutions disrupting the insurance value chain, when and where 
  • • Which are the most promising technologies and how will the next years be in terms of technological evolution affecting insurance 

 

(incl. Q&As’ on Key Notes of approx. 10’) 

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10.30

Foyer

Auditorium 2

Moderation: Pirmin Stalder, LGT ILS Partners Ltd., Switzerland

Panel Members:

  • Celso De Azevedo, Partner at Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP, London / UK
  • Nelson Ferreira, AIG, Head of Liabilities & Financial Lines, Portugal
  • Adam Banas, Swiss Re, Senior Legal Expert Cyber Solutions, Zurich / Switzerland

Topics: Covering the legal, business and regulatory perspective on cyber coverage issues

  • Mapping the cyber risks landscape
  • Insurability
  • Coverage solutions
  • Cyber in International Insurance Programmes

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Auditorium 2

Moderation: Prof. Pierpaolo Marano, Associate Professor, Università Cattolica del Secro Cuore, Milan/ Italy, Chairman of the AIDA Europe Scientific Committee

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13.15

Foyer

Room 1

Moderation: Dr. Kai Goretzky, Counsel, Dentons, Frankfurt/Germany

Panel Members:

  • Prof. Dr. Jens Gal, Maître en droit, Goethe University, Frankfurt/Germany
  • Helena Tapp Barroso, Partner, Morais Leitão law firm and IAPP Certified Privacy Professional (CIPP/E), Lisbon/Portugal
  • Ralph Echensperger, Chief Claims Officer, Zurich Insurance Company Ltd., Zurich/ Switzerland
  • Johannes Kinold, Head of Governance / Risk management function ROLAND Rechtsschutz-Versicherungs-AG, Cologne/Germany 

Topics: Discussion from a sales, governance, data protection and liability perspective

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  • Presentation
    Kai Goretzky - Artificial Intelligence - "What are the key features of artificial intelligence (AI)? How will AI affect the insurance value chain and which issues does this bring to the spot?"

Room 4, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Moderation: Prof. Pierpaolo Marano, Associate Professor, Università Cattolica del Secro Cuore, Milan/ Italy, Chairman of the DoIP Working Party and Alkistis Christofilou, Partner, Rokas Law Firm, Vice Chair of the Working Party

 

Panel Members and Topics:

  • Freyja van den Boom, PhD candidate with the Centre for Intellectual Property, Policy and Management (CIPPM) at Bournemouth University: “The role of the IDD to improve an informed choice for Telematics Insurance”
  • Jorge Miguel Bravo, Professor of Economics and Finance, Universidade Nova of Lisbon: “IDD and distribution risk management”
  • Prof. Leo P. Martinez, Dean Emeritus & Albert Abramson Professor of Law Emeritus University of California Hastings College of Law, "Siri: What is the Future of InsureTech in EU and US Insurance Regulation?"

Round table on the "Principles of proportionality and technology neutrality and the IDD"


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Room 2, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Moderation: Prof. Sara Landini, University of Florence / Italy, Chairperson of Motor Insurance Working Party, Dr. Kyriaki Noussia, Senior Lecturer in Law University of Exeter, Law School, CSSIS, Exeter / UK, Chairperson of General Principles of Insurance Law Working Party.

Panel Members and Topics:

  • Dr. Kyriaki Noussia, University of Exeter, UK and Prof. Sara Landini, University of Florence, Italy:  “Autonomous vehicles – motor insurance and contractual perspectives”
  • Prof. Rob Merkin, University of Exeter, UK and Jonathan Scragg, Partner, Duncan Cotterill, New Zealand: “Autonomous Vehicles, the IDD and Brexit”
  • Dr. Luo Can, School of Artificial Intelligence & Law, Southwest University of Political Science & Law, Chongqing, China: "The Chinese Perspective on Autonomous Vehicles and the Distribution of Insurance: A Comparative Study with the IDD”
  • Nuno Sapateiro, PLMJ Law Firm, Lisbon, Portugal: “Autonomous Vehicles: The Portuguese Perspective”
  • Dr. Andrea Signorino Barbat, University of Montevideo, Uruguay: “An Approach to the Social, Functional and Ethical Dimension of the Cyber Risks, with a Special Focus on Autonomous Vehicles”

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Room 1

Moderation: Prof. Margarida Lima Rego, School of Law, NOVA University, Lisbon/ Portugal & President of AIDA Portugal

Panel Members:

  • Christine Williams, Managing General Counsel, Claims, Travelers, London/UK
  • Rory Unsworth, Smart Contracts Counsel, Director Reinsurance Finance, Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd, Zurich/ Switzerland
  • Prof. Caroline Van Schoubroek, KU Leuwen & President of AIDA Belgium
  • Magda Cocco, Head of Practice Partner, Information, Communication & Technology, Vieira de Almeida & Associados, Portugal

 

Room 4, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Moderation: Carlos A. Estebenet, Partner
Bulló Abogados, Argentina, Chairman of Reinsurance Working Party, Prof. Helmut Heiss, University of Zurich / Switzerland & Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Project for Principles of Reinsurance Contract Law (PRICL)

Panel Members and Topics:

PRICL – A new Contract Framework

  • Generalities - Prof. Helmut Heiss, Zurich Switzerland
  • Remedies - Prof. Manfred Wandt, Frankfurt / Germany
  • Aggregation - Oliver William, Zurich / Switzerland
  • “Market View” – Christian Lang, Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd., Zurich / Switzerland

Comparative Analysis: Comparing recent Case Law results with a view to PRICL - Dr. Özlem Gürses, London/UK

Panel Discussion moderated by Jorge Angell

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Friday, 4 October 2019

Gulbenkian Foundation

Auditorium 2

Christian Felderer, Chairman AIDA Europe

Auditorium 2

Moderation: Christian Felderer

  • Breakout Session 1: Dr. Kai Goretzky
  • Breakout Session 2: Prof. Pierpaolo  Marano
  • Breakout Session 3: Dr. Kyriaki Noussia
  • Breakout Session 4: Prof. Margarida Lima Rego
  • Breakout Session 5: Prof. Helmut Heiss

 

10.30

Foyer

Auditorium 2

Moderation: Alkistis Christofilou, Partner, Rokas Law Firm, Athens / Greece, Anna Tarasiuk, Partner, Lyszkiewicz Tarasiuk Law Office, Warsaw / Poland

Panel Members and Topics:

  • Hugo Borginho, Director of the Department of Risk Analysis and Solvency, Autoridade de Supervisão de Seguros e Fundos de Pensões – ASF, Lisbon: “Sustainable Finance for Insurance Undertakings”
  • Peggy Sharon, AIDA President, Partner, Levitan Sharon & Co, Tel Aviv / Israel : "Insurance Companies' own Exposure to Cyber Risks – The Liability and ORSA Perspective"
  • Philipp Frech, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, B3i Services AG, Switzerland: “DLT Platforms in Insurance”
  • Anthony Perotto, Partner, NCTM Milan, London: "Insurability of (GDPR) fines and penalties: European landscape and developments"

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Auditorium 2

Conference Remarks and Outlook for afternoon sessions

12.30 - 13.15

Foyer

1st Floor, Room 007, NOVA School of Law, Nova University, Campus de Campolide, 1099-032 Lisbon

Moderation: Prof. Pierpaolo Marano & Prof. Margarida Lima Rego

Panel Members: Four winners of the AIDA Europe Young Authors Awards 2019 giving full presentations

  • Viktoria Chatzara:The interplay between the GDPR and the IDD”
  • Marta Ostrowska: Information duties stemming from the IDD as an example of faulty application of the principle of proportionality”
  • Amelie Brofeldt and Christian Bo Kolding-Krøger:  The promised increase in customer protection under the IDD. Customers’ demands and needs and comparable pre-contractual information in form of a standardised IPID
  • Diana Bozek: Redefining product management - IDD’s perspective”

Auditorium 2, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: Dispute Resolution:  What is happening in Europe?  Impacts post Brexit?

Moderation: Chris Rodd, Mediation and Insurance Lawyer, Australia, Chairman of the Dispute Resolution Working Party

Speakers:

  • Dr. Giorgio Grasso, BTG Legal, Milan / Italy:  “Arbitration: What is happening in the insurance sector in Italy?”
  • Dr. Nino Sievi, Attorney at Law, Zurich / Switzerland:  “The Impact of Brexit on Dispute Resolution – A Swiss Perspective”
  • Michael Mendelowitz, General Counsel at ERGO VERSICHERUNG AG, UK BRANCH, London / UK:  “Insurance and Reinsurance Dispute Resolution in a post-Brexit Environment – A UK Perspective”

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Room 1, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: Current Challenges in Automated Contract Reviewing - How semantics could help solve the problem

Moderation: Florian Köhler, Head Contracts P&C EMEA, Swiss Re.

Speaker: Susanna Tron, Analytics Knowledge Engineer, Group Digital & Information Services, Swiss Re. 

 

Room 4, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: Who is really accountable when climate policies and cat event safeguards fail?

Moderation: Tim Hardy, Chairman of the Climate & Catastrophic Events Working Party

Agenda, Welcome  and Introduction

Speakers:

  • Dr Sjoerd Meijer, Nauta Dutilh, Amsterdam (Netherlands): “The Urgenda case – what now for governments in the Netherlands and beyond?”
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Perner, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria): “Liability for climate change – European perspective”
  • Richard Traub, Traub Lieberman (US): Update on US Climate Change Litigation and liability issues/The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate
  • Panel/Open Discussion: Other countries/what's in store for re/insurers?

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Room 2, Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and Marine Insurance

  • AI and the Marine Insurance Market today and in the future
  • AI and the marine insurance law perspective

Moderation: Prof. Satoshi Nakaide, Chairman of the Marine Insurance Working Party; Dr. Maximilian Guth, Secretary of the Marine Insurance Working Party, Rechtsanwalt, Partner at Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein, Hamburg, Germany

Speakers:

  • Carlos Costa e Silva, Advogado, Partner at Barrocas & Associados - Sociedade de Advogados, S.P., RL:  “AI and Marine Insurance: Portuguese  legal aspects”
  • Justin Whelan, Partner, HFW: CL 380
  • Shanice Trowers – Prize Winner AIDA Europe Young Authors Awards 2018:  “Smooth sailing or a risky expedition: A critical exploration into the innovation of Unmanned Maritime Vehicles and its potential legal and regulatory impacts on the insurance sector.”
  • Enrico Molisani - Avvocato, MR International Lawyers, Genoa, Italy: Cyber seaworthiness of vessels and the impact on Hull and Cargo policies"

 

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