Lloyd’s hosts city risk seminar
Lloyd’s and the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association will hold a Sydney seminar to discuss the findings of this year’s Lloyd’s City Risk Index.
Lloyd’s General Representative in Australia Chris Mackinnon will deliver a short presentation, before a panel discussion on some of the key threats facing Australian cities.
According to the index, Sydney has GDP at risk of $2.36 billion annually, with top risks being market crash, cyber attack, human pandemic, drought and flood.
Other speakers include Insurance Ashurst Advisory Partner Rehana Box, Gallagher Client Manager Robyn Adcock, Ironshore Head of Structured Credit and Political Risk Asia-Pacific Ian Rouse and Insurance Council of Australia GM Risk Karl Sullivan.
The event takes place from 8.30-10am on August 22 at Lloyd’s office in O’Connell Street. For more information or to register, click here.