From: Tuesday June 25, 2019, 12:00 pm
To: Tuesday June 25, 2019, 2:00 pm
We are almost four months out from the February release of the Hayne report into the financial sector. Various insurers and market commentators have performed analysis and provided insights into the report, but where do we stand as an insurance sector?
As you grapple with the fallout of the report and are working out how to progress in consideration of its findings it may be relevant to consider:
On 25 June at the RACA club in Sydney Geoff Atkins and Jacob Mamutil from Finity will headline a presentation into the fallout of this report for the insurance sector. The presentation will be immediately followed by an interactive panel Q&A with Mark Lindfield from Landers & Rogers and all participants to join in on the subject.
|Geoff Atkins – Principal and Director, Finity Consulting
Geoff Atkins is a Principal of Finity, and has been consulting in general insurance since 1984. Geoff’s experience covers a wide range of insurance issues in both the public and private sectors. He has been an adviser to many insurance and reinsurance companies and also to a number of CTP and workers compensation schemes in Australia and NZ
|Jacob Mamutil – Principal, Finity Consulting
Jacob Mamutil is a Principal and joined Finity in 2012 after a long and successful career at Insurance Australia Group. His career spanned senior operational roles in product and portfolio management (personal and commercial lines), as well as strategy, risk management and M&A. Jacob heads up Finity’s risk management practice and also advises on strategy, APRA licensing and claims management.
Mark Lindfield - Partner, Landers & Rogers
Mark worked directly with a number of insurers in responding to the Financial Services Royal Commission and was successful in helping some avoid an appearance in the witness box. Mark is currently working with insurers to make changes required by the Royal Commission's recommendations and he is also undertaking reviews and preparing reports to ASIC on some less-fortunate licensees.
Join us for this informative session over a sandwich lunch. Cost is just $45 per person incl. GST (member rate). Tables of 10 are available. Non members can join for $55 incl. GST.
Registration is from 12.00pm for a 12.30pm start and lunch will conclude by approximately 2pm.
89 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000