Various experts from GEB, along with representatives from clients Google, British American Tobacco and Bosch, will be speaking at this year’s European Captive Forum (ECF), which takes place in Luxembourg from 14 – 15 November.
In addition to five speaking slots, GEB will also exhibit at the event: stand number 109. Don’t hesitate to pass by and meet our experts!
The night before the forum, the winners of the European & UK Captive Review Awards will be revealed during a ceremony in Luxembourg. GEB is shortlisted in no less than 4 categories:
- (Re)insurance company
- EB Fronting Network
- Fronting Partner
- Captive Healthcare Specialist
This comes after GEB was only this summer named Employee Benefit Specialist in the Asia awards
The ECF brings together captive owners, corporate risk buyers and regulators to provide networking opportunities, plus the knowledge and insights required to take captives to the next level.
GEB and clients will speak in the following slots:
- Employee benefits – captives in practice: Damian Ross, GEB Regional Manager UK & Nordics and Angela Iannetta, Group Head of Risk & Insurance, British American Tobacco
Learn about the full cycle of an employee benefit captive, from initial concept to implementation and ongoing management.
- Captive trends in Asia-Pacific: Steve Wong, Director, GEB APAC
An examination of key drivers, owners, industry utilisation and domicile differences for groups setting up captives in Asian domiciles.
- International employee benefits – developments and evolution: Marc Reinhardt, Director, GEB Americas, plus Ana Maria Aguilera de Barros, Benefits Manager EMEA, Google
A look at employee benefit programmes for captive companies of the New Economy: the specific expectations of these employees and how companies are responding.
- International employee benefits – captive pooling vs the underwriting model: Andrea Valacchi, Director, GEB EMEA, along with Peter Mastny, Manager, Corporate Risk Management & Insurance, Bosch
Captive Arrangements vs Global Underwriting Programmes (GUPs): which model brings most value?
- Healthcare & wellness – data collection, analytics and GDPR: Eric Butler, Director of Health & Wellness, GEB
How next generation healthcare reporting can enhance wellness programmes globally.
To fine out more, go to https://www.europeancaptiveforum.com/home
We look forward to meeting you there!