Welcome from the President
I invite you to join me in Venice from 4 to 7 October with more than 1500 risk professionals at the Venice Lido for the 2015 FERMA Forum.
Trieste, Genoa and Venice have been the cradle of European insurance and risk management since the 14th century thanks to their maritime and trading activities and so Venice is a very appropriate as well as a very special venue for the largest European risk and insurance management event.
Linking innovation and profession: evolution and revolution
Interview with Anne Charon on diversity for FERMA
Interview with Julia Graham
Diversity of thought is the most important aspect of diversity
Looking at the Profession – Jo Willaert’s interview
We are at a critical juncture
Hear insurance industry trends – from the top
What does the new face of risk management look like?
What can you expect at this year Forum? (video teaser)
Five reasons why you must attend FERMA’s Risk Management Forum
1 An ideal environment to meet and share experience with over 2000 risk professionals from all other the world
2 The largest European exhibition of service providers of risk management and insurance services for risk managers
3 An innovative programme featuring state of the art interactive sessions prepared by risk managers for risk managers
4 Outstanding and motivating speakers and experts in all sessions
5 An opportunity to enjoy an exciting experience in Venice
Click above to read the report! Joint FERMA/ ECIIA Conference At the junction of corporate governance and cyber security 29 June 2017 from 16:15 to 18:45 European Parliament, Room JAN 6Q1, Brussels Kindly hosted by MEP Antanas GUOGA A joint working group, representing risk managers and internal auditors from 8 EU countries and 6 different […]
On 20 June, FERMA has released proposed guidelines for captive (re)insurance arrangements in order to ensure a consistent implementation of the OECD recommendations on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS). The guidelines are meant to support national administrations when transposing BEPS actions into their national laws. They cover three areas which raised certain questions […]
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