IQPC's 6th Insurance Linked Securities Summit

Click here for the official conference website and registration form. (Southampton, Bermuda)

The World’s Largest Insurance Linked Securities Summit

2009 is an exciting year for the insurance linked securities market. Following a challenging 2008 – during which the credit crisis caused problems for the sector – the market has rebounded vigorously in the first quarter of 2009, with positive developments on both the life and non-life sides of the fence.

ILS Bermuda brings together the entire insurance-capital markets value chain, including institutional investors, insurance and reinsurance companies, hedge funds, banks, brokers, law firms, underwriters and life settlement providers. Developed in conjunction with an industry leading advisory board, the conference delivers more delegates, more speakers, and more opportunities for networking than any other event on the market.

Following the huge success of our New York ILS Summit earlier this year, we’ve taken the important decision to create two dedicated tracks for the life and non-life sides of the industry. This ensures you maxmize your opportunities on-site, delivering a tailored-learning and networking experience based on your specific area of focus.

Christopher J. McGlashan, Special Counsel
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

Panel Discussion:
Insurance And The Capital Markets: Is The Financial Crisis Accelerating Or Reversing The Convergence Process?
- Examining the obstacles to insurance-capital markets convergence:
- Identifying potential growth areas for the trading of insurance risk by capital market participants
- Understanding the impact of regulatory changes on the relationship between insurance companies and capital market participants
- A look to 2010 and beyond: What future challenges await us?

Boris Ziser, Partner
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

Assessing The True Implications Of 2009 Regulatory Changes: Examining The Impact Of New Regulatory Pressures On The Long-Term Future Of The Life Settlements Market
- Reviewing the regulatory developments of 2009 so far:
- Life settlement regulation changes on a state-by-state basis
- The implications of the Congressional hearings in late Spring
- Examining the state of regulatory consensus around Stranger- Originated Life Insurance (STOLI)
- Disintermediation, the competitive landscape, the future of the life settlements market