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ICAR Forum - Editii Anterioare

Forumul International al Riscurilor CAtastrofale
Managementul riscurilor catastrofale
11 octombrie 2016
Editia a XIII-a
Hotel Sheraton Bucuresti - Sala Platinum
Bucuresti, Romania
Program & Tematica
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ICAR 2016 - Program

08.00 - 08.30
Inregistrarea participantilor - Welcome Coffee

08.30 - 09.00 Deschiderea oficiala

09.00 - 11.00 PARTEA I
Consecintele riscurilor catastrofale - abordari recente
  • Implicarea autoritatilor in gestionarea riscurilor de catastrofa naturala
  • Impactul evenimentelor catastrofale din Europa - ce trebuie sa invatam?
  • Agregarea si cuantificarea pierderilor inregistrate urmare a catastrofelor naturale

XPRIMM Circle of Debates


  • Romeo JANTEA, Consultant, JANTEA Profesional
  • Daniela GHETU, Director Editorial, Publicatiile PRIMM

11.30 - 11.30 Pauza de cafea

11.30 - 14.00 PARTEA a II-a
Cele mai noi strategii de gestionare a riscurilor de catastrofa
  • Cum poate contribui industria de re/asigurari in directia reducerii consecintelor catastrofelor naturale
  • ILS - mod de functionare si evolutii recente
  • Tendinte in regularizarea daunelor pe segmentul property

XPRIMM Circle of Debates


  • Romeo JANTEA, Consultant, JANTEA Profesional
  • Daniela GHETU, Director Editorial, Publicatiile PRIMM
Organizatorii isi rezerva dreptul de a opera orice modificari necesare pentru buna desfasurare a evenimentului
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Cu Sprijinul Oficial
Partener Strategic
Parteneri Principali
Parteneri Media
RFI Revista BIZ

Points of interest:

  • Failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation has risen to the top and is perceived in 2016 as the most impactful risk for the years to come
  • 2014 and 2015 have been the warmest years across global land and ocean surfaces since records began in 1880.
  • 9 of the 10 warmest years in the 135-year period of record have occurred in the 21st century
  • January through May 2016 warmest first five months of a year on record
  • Climate change is real. It can only be slowed down, but not be stopped anymore
  • Weather related natural disasters are increasing in number and magnitude
  • There is more and more scientific evidence for causal links between global warming and increasing frequencies and intensities of natural catastrophes
  • More Nat Cat insurance covers will become part of the adaptation strategies to climate change, G7
  • The insurance industry is directly affected by climate change in its core business and asset management and has to adapt its risk models
  • The insurance industry can support climate change mitigation and adaptation by providing new insurance solutions for climate friendly technologies, investments into clean energy and energy efficiency projects and the provision of knowhow on disaster prevention
  • More frequent and severe extreme events will increase losses and loss variability
  • Changing loss patterns will challenge insurance systems to offer affordable coverage, provide more risk-based capital
  • Existing uncertainties on regional climate projections and socio economic developments require iterative risk management
  • Insurance cover significantly helps economic recovery following a natural catastrophe
  • Academic studies show that a higher level of insurance cover is accompanied by significantly better economic performance following a catastrophe
  • Depending on the type of catastrophe and the level of economic development, insurance cover can even offset the negative indirect effects of natural catastrophes on national economies