ICA Annual Forum 2017
 
Summary
The Insurance Council's Annual Forum brings insurers together with industry experts and related professionals to hear about what the year ahead holds for the general insurance industry from a political, regulatory and business perspective. It also provides a forum for discussion to help members clarify the environment in which they operate and how they can meet and turn to their advantage the challenges that face the industry.
Benefits of attending

  • Promote understanding of the environment in which the general insurance industry operates
  • Identify challenges which lie ahead for general insurers in the coming year
  • Encourage new ways of thinking about how to turn regulatory compliance into a business advantage
  • Provide a chance to put questions directly to key political figures and regulators
  • Provide an opportunity to make and renew contacts with a wide range of industry experts and related profession
  • This seminar enables you to receive the following professional development/accreditation points:
  • - Australian Institute of Chartered Loss Adjustors (AICLA)
    6 CPD points
    - Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF)
    6 CIP points
    - National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) 6 CPD points
    - CPA Australia note: Whilst CPA Australia does not accredit third party development activities, it will allow CPA members to accumulate hours for external activities. A full day course is equivalent to 8 CPD hours.
Who should attend?

The Insurance Council's Annual Forum will benefit all levels of general insurer management and frontline staff. The breadth of issues covered means it is relevant for those who deal directly with regulatory matters, whether concerning prudential strength or market conduct, and those who would benefit from a stronger understanding of the environment in which their company operates. The Annual Forum will also help professionals who work with general insurers to better appreciate the matters their clients need to deal with.