22/06/2018 8:45 AM

Insurance 2028 – The road ahead for Hong Kong

When

22/06/2018 8:45 AM - 10:50 AM HKT

Where

Kennedys 7/F The Hong Kong Club Building 3A Chater Road Central Hong Kong

Services

Sectors

We are delighted to be holding a corporate insurance conference “Insurance 2028 – The road ahead for Hong Kong”. Senior executives will gain an insight into the changing regulatory landscape in the insurance industry and an understanding of some key action points for insurers.

Our conference will focus on:

  • Where international developments are taking insurers and the impact for Hong Kong
  • Facts and figures – insurance market growth to 2028
  • Hong Kong’s plans relating to insurance regulations over the years to 2028
  • Key focus and action points for insurers as we progress along the road to 2028

Two CPD points being applied for.

Speakers: 

Mr. John Leung, Chief Executive Officer of the Insurance Authority 

Introductory Remarks 

Mr. Leung Chi-yan, John joined the Hong Kong Government in 1987. He has served in various policy bureaux and departments, working mainly in policy areas including constitutional affairs, district administration, international trade and financial services. Mr. Leung served as the Commissioner of Insurance from August 2015 to June 2017. He was seconded to the Insurance Authority from the Government to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer for one year from 26 June 2017.

Mr. Leung received a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Master of Philosophy Degree from the University of Hong Kong. He also attended courses at Oxford University, Tsinghua University (Beijing) and the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD).

Mr. Simon Donowho, Partner of KMPG 

Facts and figures - insurance market growth in the next decade 

Simon is KPMG’s regional Head of Insurance for ASPAC. He has over 25 years’ experience in providing audit, regulatory and transaction-related services to clients in the financial services sector. Simon leads KPMG’s services for several large insurers and banks in ASPAC. He was part of the KPMG team that assisted the Insurance Authority in developing risk-based capital standards for Hong Kong and is currently assisting clients in preparing for the new insurance contracts accounting standard, IFRS 17. Simon has led due diligence exercises for foreign investors seeking to make acquisitions in the insurance and banking sectors in a number of Asian countries including Hong Kong, Thailand, Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia. He is a member of the Disciplinary Panel of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Mr Peter Cashin, Partner, Kennedys 

Where international developments are taking insurers and the likely impact for Hong Kong 

Key focus and action points for insurers relating to insurance regulation changes as we progress along the road to 2028

Peter Cashin is International Head of Corporate Insurance at Kennedys. He acts for life and non-life insurers and reinsurers in corporate matters including transactions and insurance and competition regulatory matters. Peter has over 25 years’ experience in the Asia-Pacific insurance market, from his roles in private legal practice and as in-house counsel for a number of leading multinational life and general insurance organisations.

We welcome all industry Directors, CEOs, CFOs, General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officers and Chief Risk Officers to join us at this Conference.

If you would like to register your interest please contact Sara Lee.

Kennedys Hong Kong

7/F
The Hong Kong Club Building
3A Chater Road
Central
Hong Kong

  • 08:15

    Registration, refreshment provided

  • 08:45

    Introductory Remarks

  • 09:05

    Where international developments are taking insurers and the likely impact for Hong Kong

  • 09:25

    5-min short break

  • 09:30

    Facts and figures – insurance market growth in the next decade

  • 09:55

    Key focus and action points for insurers relating to insurance regulation changes as we progress along the road to 2028

  • 10:30

    Questions and Answers – Panel

  • 10:50

    Conference concludes