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WEBINAR: Academy - Hurricane Live!

22nd June 2021 11:00 – 12:00

This will be a live streamed session, please use the following link to join.

Delivered for the first time at Airmic 2018, this award-winning thought leadership session will take you virtually from London to Houston as you experience a hurricane event in the US from the point of view of a Risk Manager based in the UK and demonstrate the impact on a UK business with US operations.

You will have the opportunity to interact by voting on what next steps should be taken to mitigate risk and minimise impact of the weather event before, during and after the storm, and hear from Travelers own Risk Control experts on the best recommended course of action.

The workshop will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to protect your interests when it comes to expansion into territories with a higher likelihood of natural catastrophes. You will hear from insurance experts who have managed business through a natural catastrophe and the businesses they have worked with.

By the end of the session, you will be able to:

  • Learn how natural catastrophes can impact your business both locally and in remote offices or locations 
  • Learn how to prepare for and manage your business through a catastrophic event, even in remote locations
  • Identify other factors which can severely impact your business before, during and after a natural catastrophe and how to manage them more effectively 


Jo Stoffell, Travelers Europe

Chrissy Daruvalla, Travelers Europe

Chris Wright,Travelers Europe

Alison Manley, Travelers Europe

Richard Harrison, Travelers Europe


98 places available
Add to Calendar 2021-06-22 11:00:00 2021-06-22 12:00:00 Europe/London Airmic academy: WEBINAR: Academy - Hurricane Live! Travelers invites you to take part in our interactive and immersive workshop, taking you on a journey to understand how a business can manage the impact and aftermath of a natural catastrophe from afar.
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