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A thought provoking and hugely interesting EIF2015 with top quality speakers.  We had lively discussions on mortality and morality and looked beyond borders and barriers to the future generations of the industry.  Excellently organised, providing a great opportunity to meet and catch up with people in between the speaker sessions.  We were also very well fed – so great for both body and brain!

Marian Fenton, AIG Regional Director- Europe & Bermuda, Captive Services

An extremely well organised gathering of Insurance professionals and interested parties. The debate, discussion in a collaborative environment makes the European Insurance Forum a “Premier League” event.

Paul A. Owens, Chief Executive Officer, Willis Global Captive Practice

An impressive line-up of speakers with a rich choice of captivating subjects – all professionally organised and running nicely on time. A fantastic opportunity for networking, always embracing the chance to savour the stout in its native domicile.
A big thank you to the EIF2015 team.

Carl Smit, Legal Advisor – VAN AIR Europe, a.s.

Many thanks again for facilitating our attendance at the EIF this year. The speakers were incredibly interesting and the opportunity to network for our students was extremely valuable. The event was meticulously well organised and our students were hugely appreciative of the welcome they received.

Orla McCullagh, Course Director MSc in Risk Management and Insurance, Department of Accounting and Finance, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick

Congratulations to the EIF2015 team! As an outsider from the insurance industry I was delighted at how my contributions to the event were received, and the organisation of the meeting was excellent. It was a pleasure to meet and chat with so many imaginative and forward-thinking people from what some people view as a boring industry!

Dr. Aubrey de Grey

I really hope you got good feedback to the conference as I thought the organisation, the panels and speakers were excellent. Thank you very much again for giving me the opportunity to MC EIF2015. Although new for me I really enjoyed it!

Eddy van Cutsem, Financial Services Consultant

Congratulations on a very successful EIF2015.  I thought the agenda and the quality of speakers was the best we have ever had and this seems to be a widely held view from the delegates that I spoke to over the course of the 2 days.

Debbie O’Hare, Chief Executive Officer, Hannover Re (Ireland) Limited

I just wanted to say a quick thanks for facilitating my colleagues attendance at last week’s EIF. The colleagues I’ve spoken to thus far have been very positive about the event – a particular highlight appears to have been the talk by Aubrey de Grey.

Ciaran Nugent,Communications Workstream Manager – Solvency II Implementation Team – General Insurance Division, The Central Bank of Ireland

Past Presentations

Panel Discussion Leaders Panel, EIF2017

Panel Discussion Technology Trends: trends, hyperbole and cultural lag, EIF2017

Panel Discussion Brexit, EIF2017

Paul Mason

Panel Discussion The Changing Tax Landscape, EIF2017

Panel Discussion The Low Yield World, EIF2017

Denis Kessler, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of SCOR SE

Panel Discussion Regulation: national diversity, international (dis)harmony? EIF2017

Gerry Cross, Director of Policy and Risk, CBI, EIF2017

Dr Paul Ryan, Director – Head of International Finance Division | Department of Finance, EIF2017

EIF2016 Highlights

Climate Change & Extreme Events Panel, EIF2016

10 View from the Top: Re/insurance 2020 and Beyond, EIF2016

09 Technology & Trends Panel, EIF2016

07 Climate Change & Extreme Events Keynote Address, Margareta Wahlstrom, EIF2016

06 Keynote Address, John Kay, EIF2016

04 Industry Keynote Address EIF2016 , Albert A Benchimol

03 Recasting The Industry, EIF2016

01 Opening Remarks EIF2016, Sarah Goddard, CEO DIMA

Oliver Lu opening presentation to China panel session

Enda Murphy (Declining insurance penetration in an affluent and IT developed world)

Captive Session Part 2

A debate on the pros and cons of a global regulatory regime Part 2

Joey Boland, Member of the Dublin Senior Hurling Team

Declining insurance penetration in an affluent and IT developed world

Educating For The Future

China: A Look At Where The Opportunities Lie and How They Can Be Realised

Technology Changing The Industry Part 3

Technology Changing The Industry Part 2

Technology Changing The Industry Part 1

A debate on the pros and cons of a global regulatory regime

Unbounded Longevity Discussion Part 2 1

Unbounded Longevity Part1

Solvency II Part 3

Solvency II Part 2

Solvency II Part 1

Dr Aubery de Grey

Captive Session Part 1

Prof. Ian Goldin The Butterfly Defect Part 2

Prof. Ian Goldin The Butterfly Defect Part 1

Leaders Forum Part 1

Leaders Forum Part 2

Leaders Forum Part 3

A snapshot of EIF2014

DIMA celebrates 25 years of international re/insurance in Ireland #DIMA #25@25