Industry Events

Details of industry events not organised by the IUA are posted on this page. 

For further details please follow the relevant weblink and contact the host organisation directly. A discount on the usual registration fee is often available for IUA members.


March 9 2017, Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
The showcase for excellence within business insurance – Organised by CIR Magazine.
OPEN for entries – it is free to submit nominations.

Underwriter of the Year
This award recognises the underwriter that can show success and strength in underwriting performance over the last judging year. The winning entry will have a clear understanding of performance drivers, using all the tools applicable for this, including predictive modelling and pricing processes and controls. Winning entries will be able to show that they are prepared for inevitable changes in the cycle, and avoid aggregation risks. Enter here.

Cyber Insurance Conference

28 March 2017, London
With cyber risk becoming increasingly prevalent in all facets of life, make sure you attend the Cyber Insurance conference this March. This event brings you a programme designed for and by the underwriting and wider insurance community, covering all the major cyber topics. A line-up of industry thought leaders will guide you through a mixture of presentations and panel discussions. Get up-to-speed on the latest regulatory issues and claims trends affecting your business and share best practice on key issues facing your company.

Key Sessions
• Panel Discussion - Understanding and Assessing Cross-Class Cyber Risk
• Legal Developments in Cyber Insurance – GDPR and Beyond
• Tackling the Challenge of ‘Silent Cyber’

Participants include
• Rick Welsh, Sciemus
• Richard Breavington, RPC
• Matthew Hogg, Liberty Specialty Markets
• Francesca De Gregorio, Swiss Re

View the full agenda
IUA members are offered a 30% discount on registration; quote VIP code FKM63484IUA
Register online at the event website or call +44(0) 20 7017 7702 or email


April 3 2017, 20 Aldermanbury London
Addressing the key challenges that confront the effectiveness of Board Committees

Today’s regulators in the UK financial services sector place great weight upon the shoulders of NEDs; especially when it comes to performing well on Boards and their Committees. Under the PRA’s Senior Insurance Managers Regime (SIMR) and the FCA’s Reformed Approved Persons Regime (RAPR) certain “Prescribed” Responsibilities can only be assigned to NEDs who have been approved by the PRA or FCA to perform a governing function.

Please click here for further information and to register.