EIF is the flagship event of the Insurance Ireland annual calendar with a target of 400 delegates for 2020.
The European Insurance Forum (EIF) is a leading European conference for the re/insurance sectors.
Since it was first held in 1999, EIF has become a signature event in the Irish and European re/insurance and captive calendars: it is a place to learn, network and do business with peers and clients.
The conference has built a reputation for considering the strategic trends and challenges affecting the re/insurance and captive industry.
EIF’s reputation and attendance grows annual with a delegate post conference survey rating of 4+ (out of 5, 5 being excellent). We will continue to grow the number of delegates as we create a programme that has relevance for all of Insurance Ireland’s industry sectors.
Speaking following EIF2019, the then Insurance Ireland CEO Kevin Thompson said: “EIF is our landmark conference. It has grown each year and we always look to expand the scope and ambition around the conference”.
EIF2020 will be a one day conference followed by a networking reception and will be held in the Printworks, Dublin Castle, a first for EIF, on the 8th of October, 2020.
Ours is a global business and one that is defined by managing risk. Industry and business strategy is driven by a deep understanding of the issues and risks we face and the ever changing environment in which we operate.
Our theme for EIF2020 is GENERATIONS – how data, talent and tech are shaping the future of risk.
We are working on an exciting agenda with a number of firsts for EIF. It will include:
We have had many of the world’s senior global industry figures and policy makers participate in EIF over the years. We will have more at EIF2020.
You can view our previous years’ speakers here.
You can view all EIF2019 videos of panel sessions and our EIF2019 keynote interview with Thomas Buberl, CEO Axa here.
You can view a selection of photos from EIF2019 here.
Do check in over the coming months as we develop the programme and secure our speakers.