ARPC will host the second Terrorism Risk Insurance Seminar on Thursday, 05 October at Parliament House in Macquarie St, Sydney.
Terrorism is a persistent global threat with many impacts. Our second annual Seminar will focus on current and emerging terrorism threats as well as the implications for policymakers and the insurance/re-insurance industry. The Seminar will be opened by Ian Carson, ARPC Chair and chaired by Dr Christopher Wallace, ARPC CEO.
The event will begin with a light lunch at 12.30pm and end with networking drinks and canapés at 6pm-7pm.
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We look forward to seeing you there.
Ian Carson AM, ARPC Chair
Topic: Why are we here and what can delegates expect? The strategic direction for ARPC
Dr. Anthony Bergin
Senior Analyst, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Topic: Homeland security and disaster resilience – from the Federal Government to local councils
Deputy Director and Research Director, Lowy Institute for International Policy
Topic: The Future of Jihadist Terrorism
Director of Terrorism Studies, Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security, Charles Sturt University
Topic: Towards cyber-terrorism? The evolution of terrorist offensive cyber capabilities
Michael Pennell PSM
ARPC Chief Underwriting Officer
Topic: A short update on ARPC’s Cyber Terrorism White Paper
Research Fellow, Institute of Economics and Peace
Topic: Thwarted terror attacks and what policymakers and the insurance/reinsurance industry can learn from them
Vice Chairman, Guy Carpenter
Concluding Q&A and panel session with all speakers.