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Programme

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Programme correct as of 26th August 2010

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Day 1

8.008.45am 

Registration

8.45-9.00am 

Opening and Welcome

David Blake (Professor of Pensions Economic and Director of the Pensions Institute, Cass Business School)

9.00-10.30am 

Plenary Session 1 - Pavilion Ballroom

"Reinsurance and Financial Markets Solutions"

Chair: David Blake (Professor of Pensions Economic and Director of the Pensions Institute, Cass Business School)

10.3011.00am Refreshment Break
11.0012.30pm 

Workshop Sessions 1

Session 1A - Pavilion Room 1
Session 1B - Pavilion Room 2
Session 1C - Promende Room 1
Session 1D - Promenade Room 2

12.301.30pm  Lunch - Seaspray
1.303.00pm 

Workshop Sessions 2

Session 2A - Pavilion Room 1
Session 2B - Pavilion Room 2
Session 2C - Promende Room 1
Session 2D - Promenade Room 2

 

3.003.30pm  Refreshment Break
3.305.00pm 

Plenary Session 2 - Pavilion Ballroom

"Public and Private Sector Solutions and Government Role" (Day 1)

Chair: Michael Sherris (Professor of Actuarial Studies, Australian School of Business and AIPAR)

6.3010.00pm 

Reception and Dinner - Bellevue Terrace

Day 2

8.009.00am  

Registration

9.0010.30am  

Workshop Sessions 3

Session 3A - Pavilion Room 1
Session 3B - Pavilion Room 2
Session 3C - Promende Room 1
Session 3D - Promenade Room 2
10.3011.00am   Refreshment Break
11.0012.30pm  

Plenary Session 3 - Pavilion Ballroom

"Public and Private Sector Solutions and Government Role" (Day 2)

Chair: Richard D MacMinn (Illinois State University)

  • Marco Flores (Managing Director, Credit Suisse, London)
    Developments and Structuring in Longevity Markets
  • Michael Crane (Coventry Capital, HK)
    Longevity Risk and Life Settlements
12.301.30pm  

Panel Plenary - Pavilion Ballroom

"Public and Private Sector Solutions and Government Role"

Chair: David Blake (Professor of Pensions Economic and Director of the Pensions Institute, Cass Business School)

  • Guy Coughlan (JP Morgan London, Lifemetrics)
  • Morton Lane (Lane Financial Chicago)
  • John Fitzpatrick (Director of the Life and Longevity Markets Association (LLMA), Director at Pension Corp)
  • Brandon Lewis (Director, Capital Markets, Coventry Capital, Sydney)
  • Lawrence Tsui (Director, Life & Health, Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd, Hong Kong)

Topics for Discussion and Debate

  • Sustainable products/structures are being provided by innovation in the private sector for longevity risk management
  • Active government support is required for the development of a wholesale and retail market in longevity risk
  • Education of investors is required to ensure the success of a market in longevity risk
1.302.30pm   Closing Lunch - Seaspray