4:00-5:30pm. Tony McHarg, who leads AIG's Multinational, Global Fronting and Captive Management businesses across Asia Pacific, will be sharing insights on the evolving demand in multinational programmes and mitigating global risks. Some topics to be discussed during the session include:
Evolving trends and needs of multinationals The needs and risks of multinationals in the region are evolving and will continue to do so as Asian markets continue to grow in size and maturity. The current trend of enhancement of corporate governance requirements plus strengthened regulatory enforcement powers has led to an increased focus on the management and mitigation of multinational and/or global risks.
What are we seeing and what's next?
Interconnectivity of risks As businesses become more connected or expand their footprint, supply chains are becoming longer and there is increasing recognition across the region of exposures that go well beyond each individual location or risk. Risks are also evolving as new business trends & technology emerge. What are some of these trends and what can we learn from them?
Alternative risks Increasingly, there are risks that are not addressed effectively in the traditional insurance or financial markets, with options either limited or too costly. What are some examples of these alternative risks and how do you mitigate them?
First 15 minutes is for networking Light refreshments included
Hosted by the Insurance & Healthcare Committee
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong