Risk and the Insurance Business in History – The Conference – Save the Date
Knowing how much the people who attended the Carter v Boehm 250th Anniversary conference on Utmost Good Faith enjoyed and learned from that Conference, I am pleased to bring advance notice of a another great event coming mid 2019. This conference will be exploring over four days the history of risk management and the insurance business since its earliest times. This will be a conference of the very highest quality when it comes to learning and technical training.
At a time when many of us are genuinely concerned about the direction of the insurance industry, the lack of trust in us etc, this conference could not come quick enough as we look at our heritage and look to see where we can improve for the future.
The Dates: 11 – 14 June 2019 (Not next year, the year after)
The Venue: The wonderful campus of UNIA (Universidad Internacional de Andalucía), Seville, situated on the Isla de la Cartuja, in the grounds of a former Carthusian Monastery and Charles Pickman’s ceramics factory, a highly unusual fusion of medieval religious and modern industrial capital. (It is worth attending just for the venue).
The Hosts: Prof. Robin Pearson of Hull University (One of the Key Note speakers at Carter v Boehm Conference) and Prof. Jeroia Pons, University of Seville.
My involvement: I have been asked to be one of an 8 person scientific committee to assist in the conference and in particular seeking session proposals, and promote the event. I am honoured to be involved in such an important event.
So please block your diary, start saving or put it into your budget, you have plenty of time remembering that the cost of attending including fares etc is a legitimate tax deduction.
If you would like to be kept informed of the event as it gets closer and or would be interested in presenting a paper, please let me know at email@example.com otherwise I will post more articles on it as it gets closer.