Insurance Authority Hong Kong CEO to address Brokerslink’s 10th global conference
The newly appointed CEO of the Insurance Authority Hong Kong, Clement Cheung will address attendees at Brokerslink’s 10th global conference which returns to the city next month.
Mr Cheung will open the second day of the conference, which attracts over 250 independent insurance brokers and strategic partners from over 100 countries to discuss key issues facing the global broking and insurance market. The conference will feature plenary sessions and panel discussions with industry leaders and experts and will provide an opportunity for Brokerslink’s network of partners and affiliates to share knowledge, insights and expertise.
Brokerslink will also run its second Risk Management Forum, a gathering of senior risk managers from Asia, EMEA, Latin America, USA and Canada who will discuss key risk management trends. The Forum is organised in partnership with the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association (PARIMA) and sponsored by African insurer SUNU Assurances.
Conference Chairman Patrick Chan, Director & General Manager of Nova Insurance and Vice Chairman of Brokerslink, commented;
“I’m proud to be chairing our 2018 conference and delighted to welcoming my fellow Brokerslink partners and affiliates to Hong Kong. This year we’re privileged to be joined by Mr Clement Cheung, having recently been appointed as CEO of the Insurance Authority Hong Kong, his attendance signifies the importance of organisations like Brokerslink for the growth of the Asian insurance market.”.
Brokerslink’s CEO Jacqueline Legrand added:
“I’m looking forward to our 10th global conference, a milestone in the history of Brokerslink. Since our first conference in 2009 we have transformed from a loose network of independent broking firms into a global broking organisation. We are now embarking on a new phase of growth and are considering capital and shareholder opportunities to continue our development as a multi-national business. Brokerslink is absolutely committed to supporting independent brokers worldwide, and the conference allows us to elaborate our strategy and share the tools we have to help our partners and affiliates to succeed.”
The conference is sponsored by; AIG, Allianz, AMSA Assurances, Argo, Asia Insurance, AXA, Chevalier Group, Chubb, CNA, Fidelidade, Focuspoint, Generali, Liberty, Nova Insurance, Peak Re, Ping An, Pioneer Insurance, Saham, SUNU, Swiss Re, Travelers, Zurich and XL Catlin.