General Insurance Spring Conference 2024: The risk function of the future

Tue 30 Apr 2024 -
09:30 - 10:30

The risk landscape is changing faster than ever. Insurers are at the forefront of helping their policyholders manage risk. It is critical that insurers adapt and evolve their own approach to managing risk in an increasingly interconnected, fast moving, and volatile world.

Actuaries are at the forefront of helping manage these risks, and often CRO level or other senior risk roles are held by actuaries.

This presentation summarises key findings from LCP’s recent ‘risk function of the future’ report, published in January. It focuses on:

  • current risks facing the market
  • risks that will drive change over the next 10 years
  • strengths and weaknesses in current risk teams
  • blueprint for the risk function of the future

The presentation is based on research including discussions with over 50 CROs, senior risk managers, and board members. They are from insurers across the London Market, the UK personal and commercial lines market, and international markets.

Featured Speakers

Ed is a Principal at LCP and helps insurers with a wide range of challenges, including reserving, ERM, actuarial function, and Solvency II. Ed is an active volunteer for the IFoA and is a member of the General Insurance Board, chair of the reserving research group, and a member of the lifelong learning committee.

Pricing and booking information

Members Book for free
Non-members £45