The business conference «TECHNICAL RISKS: CLAIMS HANDLING» organized by the Union of Insurance Experts and Adjusters took place on March 20th, 2019 at Ararat Park Hayatt Hotel, Moscow, Russia.
Representatives of insurance companies, international brokers, corporate business and insurance consultants took part in the above business event.
The conference was opened by Nikolay Galushin, President – Chairman of the Board of Russian National Reinsurance Company.
During the first session, Alexey Sergeev, Director at Swiss Appraisal Russia and CIS, gave a presentation on aspects of methodology for evaluating losses relating to technical risks. Dr. Martin Eckel, Senior General Adjuster at Allianz (AGCS), Munich, shared his experience in recent development of large engineering & property claims. RusSurvey`s topic was dedicated to survey of losses at construction involving foreign companies. Sergey Bukreyev, Chief Operating Officer at KLR (Cunningham Lindsey Russia), presented a non-standard video presentation about non-standard loss adjusting within CAR/EAR and machinery breakdown insurance.
Alexey Lebedev, General Director at Matthews Daniel International (Rus), continued discussing the topic related to CAR/EAR claims handling and provided the conference participants with special aspects in insurance cover and their application to claims handling. Nigel Riley, Constraction Claims Operating Director at Willis Towers Watson (London), shared the conference participants with his experience in DSU & Concurrent delay. Viktor Petrov, Head of Dispute Resolution Practice at Vegas Lex, talked on disputes arising from CAR/EAR policies. In concluding the second session, Vladislav Timofeyev, Head of Claims at Russian National Reinsurance Company, raised the following issue in his presentation: “Why really do the CAR/EAR losses occur?” And recommended the conference participants “how to avoid most of them”.
The UIEA thanks all the participants for the great interest attributed to the business event, very informative discussions and constructive controversy.
The UIEA expresses its appreciation and thanks all speakers, moderators of the conference, invited guests and invited members of the media.