The Fringe

BIBA Fringe

Even more value from your time at The BIBA Conference

The Fringe offers visitors even more value from their time at the show. Whatever your ticket type, all attendees at The BIBA Conference 2022 can take part in these sessions at no extra charge.

Presentations are hosted by a number of exhibitors and content is targeted at improving your knowledge or helping you identify new areas of revenue – and importantly, attending the sessions may help towards your Continuous Professional Development requirements, if there is a learning need.

Fringe session booking

To book your desired session at The Fringe, you will need to first register to attend Conference.

If you have already registered to attend Conference you will need to modify your online registration to add your chosen Fringe session(s) – use your confirmation email & number to log in to your registration.

All Fringe sessions are FREE of charge to attend for all ticket types.

Wednesday Session 1

13.10 - 13.50
100 years of captives – are they still worth it?
WE ARE GUERNSEY : Peter Child, Chief Executive Officer, SRS Europe and Adele Gale, Director, Robus Risk
Room : Central 4
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Cyber Threat Analysis: How Insurers Identify Risk
CFC : Tom Bennett, Cyber Threat Analysis Team Leader
Room : Central 5
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Why digital doesn’t click for all, and how to make it more inclusive
Sedgwick International UK : Lauren Glover, Head of Specialist Care
Room : Central 6
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Providing smarter insurance coverage using telematics
Zego : Alp Eldem, Head of Revenue Operations, Zego and Inès Feracci, Director of B2B, Zego
Room : Central 3
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Business Development in a Hybrid World
ZING 365 : James Read, Chief Commercial Officer, ZING 365
Room : Central 7
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Wednesday Session 2

16.10 - 16.50
Build Back Better: documentary screening and Q&A
Flood Re : Maxwell Bero, Chief Internal Auditor, Flood Re; Sam Dansey, Head of Operations and Market Relations, Flood Re and Simon Crowther 'The Flood Guy'
Room : Central 5
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CBRN and other unprecedented threats – lessons from recent events
Pool Re : Steve Coates, Chief Underwriting Officer, Pool Re
Room : Central 7
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Thursday Session 3

13.00 - 13.40
An overview of Riley on Business Interruption Insurance 11th edition: what has changed/what is new
Sedgwick International UK : Damian Glynn, Director, Head of Financial Risks, Sedgwick
Room : Central 7
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Networking for career growth
Chartered Insurance Institute : Peter Blanc, Group CEO of Aston Lark, President of the Chartered Insurance Institute; Ajay Mistry, Co-Founder of iCAN (The Insurance Cultural Awareness Network) and Society of Insurance Broking Board Member; and Sue McCall, Senior Manager, Claims Management at MS Amlin and Chair of the Society of Claims Professionals
Room : Central 5
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