6 June | Hilton Munich City
With captives becoming such a valuable tool in an ever-changing macro environment, the Captive Leaders' Summit sets out to explore the realities of utilising them to their full potential. Alongside this, these past 4 years have shown such turmoil, that organisations that don’t have a captive are having to consider opening them to shore up their business due to a lack of confidence in the traditional insurance market.
The Summit will dissect the industry into bitesize chunks, allowing for Risk Managers to exchange ideas and learnings on essential topics such as cyber, ESG and risk transference at a deeper level than can be found anywhere else through a series of panel discussions, roundtables and use cases.
With captive owners and risk managers set in the majority, and the agenda developed in partnership with our expert industry advisory board, the Captive Leaders' Summit: Munich guarantees excellent knowledge sharing and actionable takeaways.
Who can attend?
The Captive Leaders' Summits give an exclusive group of existing and prospective Captive Owners, Risk Managers and a select group of market professionals the opportunity to discuss captives together at an off-the-record meeting.
Beyond the main panel sessions, our thoughtfully curated selection of roundtable discussions offers a more intimate and interactive space to dive into the crucial topics relevant to you and your captive. Everyone is welcome to openly share their thoughts and exchange ideas with fellow Risk Managers - all under Chatham House rules
The Summit provides the opportunity for attendees to catch-up with peers and new connections in a relaxed environment. There will be ample time for networking within the breaks and the day will finish with a drinks reception.
Leaders in London
On Feb 22 we hosted the Captive Leaders' Summit: London and there was something for all attendees to take away...
Prospective captive owners were given a masterclass from experienced risk professionals in how captives can benefit their parent organisations, including real-life examples of traps to avoid when scaling up captives to write multiple classes of risk.
While, for the more experienced heads, there was the opportunity to speak freely on some of the biggest challenges facing owners this year and how to tackle them.
We're delighted to be bringing this successful event to Munich and hosting more Risk Managers from all across Europe.
The Captive Leaders' Summits are the only captive events with Captive Owners firmly set in the majority.
Get direct access to the top table of highest performing Captive Owners and decision makers.
The exclusive and intimate nature of the event enables you to create and develop long-term, high value relationships with people who matter most to your organisation. While the summit content is predetermined by our team of industry expert conference producers, sponsors can be an integral part of the delivery.
About Captive Review
Captive Review and captivereview.com are published with the concerns and interests of the risk management and captive insurance communities firmly in mind. Captive Review was launched in December 1999 and is now published monthly.
Captive Review has a readership of over 6,000, 60% of whom are captive owners. The magazine and website are also widely used by captive management firms and the wider captive insurance service provider sector.
Membership to Captive Review entitles you to access articles on hot topics in alternative risk transfer (ART) and captive insurance, including emerging captive risks and markets, as well as news analysis covering all aspects of the captive insurance industry: legislative and regulatory issues, new domiciles, competition and consolidation among service providers, innovative captive and ART structures and developments in the risk retention group industry.
Captive Review and captivereview.com are wholly owned by With Intelligence, an independent publishing company that was formed in February 1998 and has grown to become a leading information provider within its core markets.
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