The International Insurance Law Association (AIDA) has announced its inaugural Asia Pacific Insurance Conference will be held later this year.
The conference, which will be held in Singapore on October 18-20, will be organised with support from the Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA), as well as similar associations in New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.
The conference program will cover a wide range of issues including regional initiatives for insurance regulatory integration, the duty of utmost good faith, cyberattacks and supply chain risks.
“AIDA uniquely draws together regional and international experience and expertise to host an insurance industry conference that will provide a singular opportunity to focus attention on insurance issues relevant to the Asia Pacific region specifically and others of broader interest,” Angus Kench, AILA national president said.
Kench noted that that AIDA, the conference and its member organisations are not just for insurance lawyers.
As an organisation, Kench noted that AIDA has a strong focus on the development of young professionals as the first regional conference will look to boost personal development and network opportunities for the industry.
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