An extra day of ILS NYC 2021 with two more broadcasts

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Thanks to popular demand and a number of stars aligning, we are delighted to bring you two additional broadcasts from our virtual ILS NYC 2021 conference today.

Artemis Live logoWe’ve already broadcast twelve videos from this year’s ILS NYC event, all of which are now available for our readers to view on-demand.

But today you get two more and we’re particularly pleased with who we have coming up!

Both of these extra sessions will be available to view by attendees and our wider audience at the same time, so do tune in even if you never registered for ILS NYC 2021.

We really hope you enjoy these and all the other videos from our latest event!

Coming up today, Thursday 11th Feb 2021:

9am ET / 2pm UK – Enhancing ILS structures to promote future expansion – Mayer Brown:

Steve Rooney, Ricky Spitzer and Colin Scagell, all of who work on numerous insurance-linked securities (ILS) and collateralised reinsurance transactions and structures, shared their thoughts on the future of the ILS market with us.

10am ET / 3pm UK – The future of insurance? – Big tech, big data, big (ILS) capacity – OTT Risk:

OTT Risk founders David Soloff and Chamath Palihapitiya kindly joined us for a last minute inclusion into ILS NYC 2021, where they explain their goal of addressing the societal issue around availability of insurance capacity for non-damage business interruption.

As noted, you will be able to watch these broadcasts at the scheduled time at the links above, whether you registered for the event or not. So please add them to your diaries and tune in at the appropriate times.

All twelve of our previous ILS NYC 2021 event broadcasts are now available on-demand for our readers.

Friday 5th Feb:

What’s next in industry loss ILS and what the industry should prioritise – Tom Johansmeyer, PCS.

The next decade of the ILS market – Niklaus Hilti, Credit Suisse Insurance Linked Strategies.

The role of the reinsurer in delivering next generation ILS investment opportunities – Judy Klugman and Ed Johnson, Swiss Re Capital Markets.

Monday 8th Feb:

The ESG and impact opportunity in ILS – Barney Schauble, Nephila Advisors.

A next generation insurance-linked securities allocation – Michael Stahel, LGT ILS Partners.

Speed, SPACs and Screens (accelerating change) – Michael Millette, Hudson Structured Capital Management.

Tuesday 9th Feb:

Spreading the Word of Alternative Capital Beyond CAT Risk – Panel discussion.

How ILS can assume a larger role in re/insurers capital stacks – Cory Anger and Liam Martens, GC Securities.

The future of ESG in ILS – Marcus Rivaldi, Twelve Capital.

Wednesday 10th Feb:

How the World Bank’s use of ILS structures may evolve – Michael Bennett, The World Bank Treasury.

What the ongoing pandemic means for the ILS and reinsurance market – Tom Johansmeyer, PCS.

The role of the capital markets (and ILS) in closing climate protection gaps – Rowan Douglas, Willis Towers Watson.

Every session from ILS NYC will be made available more broadly via our Artemis Live video channel and audio versions will also be shared via our podcast as well.

Please visit our sponsors page, as without the kind support they provide we could not bring these event broadcasts to you.

Please visit our sponsors page, as without the kind support they provide we could not bring these event broadcasts to you.

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