DWIC2020 will open with a compelling and thought-provoking keynote, focusing on the Global Consumer in 2025, delivered by Ian Hughes, ceo of Consumer Intelligence.
DWIC2020 will also host a series of Satellite Sessions including Cyber; Climate Change; Health Innovation; Takaful Innovation; Emerging Markets-Africa; Service in a Digital World. Smaller discussion groups will come together to look at IFRS and the state of the MENA Market.
Co-hosted by Global Reinsurance and the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority (DIFC), the fourth annual Dubai World Insurance Congress (DWIC) re-imagines the traditional conference to deliver unrivalled networking, business and thought leadership opportunities, all under one roof.
Since its launch in 2017, DWIC has focused on providing senior insurance executives with a platform to meet and do business.
DWIC’s extensive Networking Hall and online meeting scheduler make it easy to arrange business meetings. There will be even more opportunities to host important meetings in 2020 with the addition of our ‘Boardrooms’.
You will also find the InsurTech Demo Zone located in the main Network Hall along with Exhibitor Row and the central Barista service Coffee Bar.
We are delighted to announce the launch of DWIC Honours, designed to recognise and celebrate excellence and innovation across the MENA region. Our 2020 winners will collect their awards at DWIC2020, and our delegates will be invited to join the celebrations. Entry opened in September 2019 and the deadline for final submission is 31 October 2019. TAKE A LOOK
Main plenary session - Details to follow shortly
•State of the MENA and UAE cyber insurance market. How ready are UAE organisations to respond to cyberattacks?
•Overview of the global cyber landscape and latest threats in the space. Which sectors are the most vulnerable to cyberattacks?
•How to best educate clients about the cyber threat?
•What can we learn from the UK & US markets?
•Will insurers and reinsurers successfully digitalise and offer an end-to-end digital service?
•What are the latest trends in service innovation in 2019/2020?
•What can be learnt from digitalisation in other sectors?
•How will climate change affect prices of insurance globally? Will insurance become unaffordable for certain social groups?
•Is climate change an existential threat to the insurance and reinsurance industries in MENA and globally?
•Potential effect of climate change in the Middle East: Rising temperatures, prolonged draughts and floods
•Are there going to be new types of risks due to climate change?
The Dubai World Insurance Congress will be hosted at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel – a luxury family beach resort. With a striking wave-like design, Jumeirah Beach Hotel is one of Dubai’s most stunning and instantly recognisable structures with blue plated glass that artfully reflects the waves of the ocean. TAKE A LOOK