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Terrorism Insurance International Conference

Moscow, October 10, 2018

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Tverskaya, 3

Hosted by RATIP

The annual conference of the International Forum for Terrorism Risk (Re)Insurance Pools (IFTRIP) for the first time will be held in Russia. It will be attended by more than 200 insurance industry professionals from all over the world, representatives of government and supervisory authorities. The participants of the Conference will be acquainted with the modern methods of insuring and reinsuring the terrorism and sabotage risks, as well as political violence and cyber risks. They will learn useful foreign experience in loss adjustment, study the international legal practice in the reinsurance sphere, and discover the recent trends and developments in the Russian and international insurance markets.


Heads of Terrorism risk (re)insurance pools of France, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Australia, Denmark and Austria, representatives of insurance organizations of Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Republic of Belarus, risk-managers of Russian enterprises, representatives of the Central Bank of Russia, Ministry of Finance, Federal National Guard Troops Service, Ministry of Internal Affairs and the National Anti-terrorism Committee plan to address the Conference.








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Registration fee for attending the conference: EUR 250

5% discount for second participant from the same company

10% discount for third participant from the same company

If you have any questions regarding attendance, participation, sponsorship or accommodation,

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 9:45 Welcome

  •  François Vilnet (President, IFTRIP)

  • Alexander Gulchenko (Chairman, RATIP)

  • Representative of the Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation 

  • Alexander Gulchenko (Chairman, RATIP)

  • Sergey Danilychev (President, Industrial Insurance Broker LLC) 

 Session 1


  • RATSP – key instrument for insurance of the terrorism risks in the former Soviet Union Region States countries

       Alexander Gulchenko (Chairman, RATIP)

  • Best practices of Russian law enforcement agencies on the prevention of terrorist attacks

       Alexander Pozdnyakov  (Associate Professor, Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of             Russia)

  • Administration of insurance and reinsurance pools

       Andrey Khokhlov (CEO, Industrial Insurance Broker LLC)

  • The radicalisation and the changing nature of the threat towards non-damage and its economic cost

       Andrew Silke (Professor, Cranfield University)

 10:15 The nature and level of the terrorism threat


 12:25 The different types of risk sharing model for catastrophe risks

 11:45 The terrorism insurance market and national terrorism schemes: adapting to a changing environment

  • The role of (re)insurers in Public Private Partnerships

       Leigh Wolfrom (Policy Analyst (insurance), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD])

  • Is it possible to return to a normalized market in terrorism insurance and, if so, is it desirable?

       Emma Karhan (Head of Terrorism Specialty and Public Private Enterprises, Aon)


 Session 2

  • Alexander Gulchenko (Chairman, RATIP)

  • Chris Wallace (CEO, Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation [ARPC])

  • Julian Enoizi (Chief Executive, Pool Reinsurance Company Ltd)

  • Professor Paula Jarzabkowski (Associate Dean of Research & Enterprise – Cass Business School, University of London)

  • Rowan Douglas (Head of Capital, Science & Policy Practice, Willis Towers Watson)

 12:50 The story of the IDF and its application in emerging markets and non-terrorism perils

 13:00 LUNCH

  • Chris Holt (Managing Director, CHC Global)

  • Steve Coates (CUO, Pool Reinsurance Company Ltd)

 Session 3


 14:00 How do terrorism re/insurance pools ensure their continued relevance?

  • Trends and market developments in terrorism risk insurance

       James Stephens (Partner, JLT Re)

  • How Public Private Partnerships can encourage risk mitigation by collaborating with public authorities

       Richard Thompson (Managing Partner, ARL Partners Ltd)

 14:45 CBRN, cyber terrorism and risk modelling

  • CBRN

       Stephen Johnson (Lecturer in Forensic Exploitation and Intelligence, Cranfield University)

  • Cyber terrorism scenarios and modelling challenges

       Simon Ruffle (Director of Research and Innovation, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies)

  • The cyber insurance response

       Vlad Polyakov (Broker, Aon Benfield)



 Session 4

  • Laurent Montador (Deputy CEO, CCR)

  • Des Potter (Managing Director, GC Securities Europe)

 16:00 Possible insurance linked securities solutions for terrorism

 16:45 Closing speech

 17:00 Gala Dinner for all Members of the Conference


 16:15 The modelling challenge for terrorism

  • Gordon Woo (Catastrophist, RMS)

 16:30 Main trends and prospects of terrorism and cyber insurance in Russia

  • Elena Nebolsina (PhD, Associate Professor, MGIMO University)

* There may be changes in the program, the schedule and in the list of invited speakers of the conference.