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Full NameCompanyJob TitleProfile PictureSpeaker BioSpeaking At
Charlotte CandyAECOMAssociate Director Risk ManagementCharlotte CandyCharlotte is a certified IRM member with a construction and legal background. She is experienced in enterprise and project risk management, corporate risk strategy, development and implementation of risk improvement plans, and has a demonstrable track record in delivering quantitative risk analysis activities. Charlotte was awarded CIR Magazine Risk Manager of the Year 2021.Presentation & panel discussion: People risk talent gap
Workshop: Risk identification and modelling
Giles PattersonAonAssociate Partner, Human Capital Sector LeadGiles Patterson-Presentation & panel discussion: People risk talent gap
Stuart LargeJupiter IntelligenceBusiness Development DirectorStuart LargeBased just outside London, Stuart operates in the Construction, Industrial, Energy and Mining sectors, covering the Europe, Middle East and African markets for Jupiter Intelligence. Stuart has more than twenty years of experience in Business Development and Product Management, providing technical solutions to challenges in Energy, Security, Infrastructure, Smart Cities and Transportation.Workshop: Climate change modelling - Future proofing infrastructure design and building
Presentation & panel discussion: Climate change changing construction
Mikaeli LanginvainioInclusCEOMikaeli LanginvainioMikaeli Langinvainio brings 20+ years of experience in risk management, and peace mediation across 20 countries on three continents. He co-founded Inclus, providing in collaborative risk management software – specialising in complex projects. Previously, he worked as Senior Manager at CMI - Martti Ahtisaari Centre, leading the Methods and Tools Unit. He served as a strategic analysis team leader at the Finnish Defence Administration, and acted as the National Coordinator of Civilian Crisis Management Training and Research at the Finnish Ministry of Interior.Workshop: Get prepared for Construction 4.0
John EnglishAon Captive & Insurance ManagementCEOJohn English-Fireside chat: Captives on the rise
Louis BollaertDescartesChief Commercial OfficerLouis BollaertLouis has over 14 years of experience in credit and financing solutions, where he began his insurance career at Euler Hermes Frances as a Products and Services Manager, then as a Large Brokerage Sales Director and finally a Distribution and Partnerships Director. Then in 2015, Louis served as Head of Credit, Financing and Political Risks at Aon. In addition to this, he took over the responsibility of the M&A and Transaction Solutions department.Workshop: Parametric insurance
Mathieu PasqualSCORDeputy CUO, Specialty Insurance Alternative SolutionsMathieu PasqualMathieu Pasqual leads the underwriting team in charge of structured solutions, captive reinsurance and parametric products for corporate clients globally. He joined SCOR in 2018, and previously worked at Swiss Re for 10 years, where he held various roles in client management, business development, corporate strategy and alternative risk transfer. Mathieu is based in Paris, he holds a Master in Management from ESCP Business School in Paris and an MBA from Columbia Business School in New-York.Fireside chat: Captives on the rise
Nick WildgooseSupplien ConsultingDirectorNick WildgooseNick is a qualified accountant, supply chain and risk professional and has held a variety of global financial, procurement and commercial positions in several industry sectors. Working for companies such as PWC, Linde Group, The Virgin Group, Zurich Insurance Group and DHL Resilience360. He has served on the Board of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply which is the biggest procurement professional body in the world. He also served as a specialist advisor to the World Economic Forum and was Chairman of the Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council.Presentation & panel discussion: Supply chain risk
Donais DeetzAonDirectorDonais DeetzDonais has worked at Aon for 6 years. She began her career with Aon working on the Global Construction & Infrastructure team, based in Chicago. In the middle of 2019, she relocated to Madrid, Spain to join the EMEA team focused on Construction Industry Vertical. In this new role, she supports regional broking and growth strategy, and supporting in country teams.Presentation & panel discussion: People risk talent gap
Presentation & panel discussion: Emerging trends in due diligence for infrastructure transactions
Neil TimberlakeJPIC Group LtdDirectorNeil TimberlakeNeil has underwriting, insurance broking and risk manager experience in a career spanning over 35 years. More recently, he has spent 16 years in the Real Estate industry, leading the insurance teams for both Columbia Threadneedle and Land Securities and helping to shape the corporate risk management framework for both organisations.Presentation & panel discussion: New materials - new risks
Presentation & panel discussion: De-risking in construction - doing it the parametric way
Hartmut ThevisAonDirector Advocacy ConstructionHartmut Thevis-Presentation & panel discussion: New materials - new risks
Sabbir KhandokarAonDirector, Lender Insurance Advisory TeamSabbir KhandokarSabbir has acted as Lenders Insurance Advisor on nearly 200 transactions in over 50 territories worldwide. Well over 100 of these transactions have been in the renewable energy and power sectors, where he has built up a solid track record advising MDBs and commercial banks in a number of emerging markets.Presentation: Financing - the investor's perspective
Aurélien SchwachtgenAonDirector of Clients Solutions – AGRC EMEAAurélien SchwachtgenAurélien Schwachtgen has over 12 years in the insurance industry. He started as a pricing actuary at AXA Corporate Solutions for the construction, marine and aviation lines of business and then he joined the AXA’ s Risk Management team until 2016. He worked 6 years for Willis Towers Watson, first as Alternative Risk Transfer broker and he took over the responsibility of the A.R.T team of WTW in Europe.Presentation & panel discussion: De-risking in construction - doing it the parametric way
Nathan JonesAonDirector of Digital, UK & EMEANathan Jones-Presentation & panel discussion: Emerging trends in due diligence for infrastructure transactions
Joe WarnerSCOREMEA Professional LinesJoe WarnerJoe has worked in the insurance industry as an underwriter for over 20 years. At SCOR he specialises in professional indemnity for large corporate risks, with a focus in the engineering, construction and legal sectors. Prior to SCOR, he worked for RSA, Hiscox, and MS Amlin. Through these roles he has underwritten a variety of professions from around the world, in the Lloyd’s, London, US and UK markets.Presentation: Professional Indemnity Coverage
Tom AndersonAonExecutive DirectorTom AndersonTom has 20 years’ experience in construction and construction insurance. His career was spent at one of the UK’s largest contractors where he led their insurance and risk management programme. Now at Aon he is now focussed on supporting the Professional Services team and their clients with insight and innovation.Panel discussion: Construction market risk landscape
Amar RahmanZurich InsuranceGlobal Head Climate & Sustainability SolutionsAmar RahmanAmar leads a team supporting customers in identifying, evaluating and improving physical and operational resilience related to natural hazards and climate change. Prior to joining Zurich Insurance in 2011 he held several roles in the civil engineering sector, specialising in large-scale infrastructure projects. He developed the natural hazards resilience service after the 2011 Thailand floods and was also the global head of the natural hazards risk engineering technical centre.Presentation & panel discussion: Climate change changing construction
Isabelle KowalskiSCOR & Executive Committee Member, IMIAGlobal Head ConstructionIsabelle KowalskiIsabelle has worked for 27 years in the construction world, including six years as civil engineer and 21 years in the insurance and reinsurance industry. Since 2019 she has been Global Head Construction at SCOR Specialty Insurance, a member of the IMIA Executive committee, and is engaged in a number of working groups on ESG matters. She gained her experience in construction as site superintendent with Spie Batignolles and VINCI, as senior construction underwriter at SCOR, being lead market on a number of large projects around the world, and as senior practice leader at AXA Corporate Solutions, managing large corporate accounts on all construction lines.Presentation & panel discussion: People risk talent gap
Patrick BraveryLiberty Specialty MarketsGlobal Head of Civil ConstructionPatrick BraveryPatrick leads the underwriting of civil engineering construction projects in Liberty offices worldwide. Prior to joining Liberty, Patrick spent 13 years in construction underwriting at both Swiss Re and within Lloyds of London. In all his roles he has been primarily involved in the insurance of major construction projects worldwide, most notably as a lead underwriter for British Airport Authority’s Terminal 5 Heathrow, Land Transport Authority, Singapore Circle, Downtown and Cross Island Lines and Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York East Side Access and 2nd Avenue projects.Workshop: Tunnel Code of Practice report
Tracie ThompsonAonGlobal Head of ESG & ClimateTracie ThompsonTracie has held many senior roles across Aon, which included leading Aon’s partnerships with their largest global clients. Before joining Aon, Tracie was a globally recognized Crisis Management expert for over 15 years, most notably holding the position of Global Head of Crisis Management for AIG. Prior to AIG, Tracie spent 10 years with Aon working in Crisis Management leadership roles in UK and Asia Pacific.Presentation & panel discussion: Climate change changing construction