Full details of our content and speakers will follow shortly.

If you are interested in speaking at DWIC2020 please contact

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We always recommend that our delegates plan their attendance early to ensure access to the best time slots for meetings. For DWIC2020 tables will be restricted to a maximum of 4 participants.

If you intend to have meetings with a larger group we would recommend that you reserve a Meeting Space for your company.

Business Lounge – sofas for up to 6 people
Meeting Table – for up to 8 people
Boardroom – for up to 12 people

If you are interested in reserving a Meeting Space for your company please contact



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  • Day 1

    Wednesday 26 February 2020

  • 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?

    Satellite Sessions
    Level 1: Masasi Rooms 5 - 8

  • •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?

    Satellite Sessions

  • Satellite Sessions

  • Day 2

    Thursday 27 February 2020

  • Satellite Sessions
    Level 1: Masasi Rooms 5 - 8

  • Satellite Sessions

  • •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?

    Satellite Sessions