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Programa de Treinamento Internacional - Risk Management, International Broking and Reinsurance

A Escola de Negócios e Seguros mantém convênios com instituições internacionais há mais de 20 anos para a realização de programas de treinamento técnicos. Para 2022, em parceria com o Chartered Insurance Institute - CII, a Escola desenvolveu o novo treinamento Risk Management, International Broking and Reinsurance.

O parceiro

O Chartered Insurance Institute - CII é uma instituição de excelência na disseminação dos mais elevados padrões de competência e integridade, realizadora de relevantes programas de qualificação dirigidos a profissionais de todos os níveis, que trabalham no mercado de seguro, resseguro e serviços financeiros.

Período de realização: 5 a 9 de setembro de 2022, 9h30 às 17h30
Local: Chartered Insurance Institute - CII - 21 Lombard St - London - EC3V 9AH - UK

Pré-requisitos:
  • • Domínio da língua inglesa (o curso será ministrado em inglês);
  • • Curso superior completo; e
  • • Experiência de dois anos no mercado de seguros.
 
Processo Seletivo

Para a inscrição e participação no processo seletivo do Programa de Treinamento é necessário efetuar o pagamento de R$ 100,00. O valor pago a título de taxa de inscrição será descontado do valor do curso para os candidatos aprovados que realizarem a matrícula

O resultado será divulgado, por e-mail, em até 5 dias após confirmação do pagamento da taxa de inscrição.
 

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Investimento

Valor: US$ 1,798,72 (em 12x no cartão de crédito)
Parcelamento do boleto até o início do curso

Desconto* de 20% para ex-alunos de MBA e/ou programas internacionais
Desconto* de 10% para ex-alunos ENS
Desconto de 15% para pagamento à vista
*descontos não cumulativos

Forma de pagamento:
O valor em dólar (US$) será convertido em reais (R$) na data da emissão do(s) boleto(s) / do pagamento no cartão de crédito.

O valor da inscrição inclui:
Programa acadêmico / Visita técnica ao Lloyd's – tradicional instituição de seguros e resseguro do mercado londrino / Coffee-breaks / almoço / Certificado emitido pelo Chartered Insurance Institute

Outros investimentos (estimativas):
Passagens aéreas: São Paulo / Londres / São Paulo US$ 1,600
Acomodação: US$ 2,000
Despesas pessoais: US$ 700 para todos os dias são mais que suficientes de acordo com dicas TripAdvisor

Política de cancelamento

O programa poderá ser cancelado se não houver quórum suficiente. Neste caso, a taxa de inscrição será devolvida.

Conteúdo do Programa
  • Risk Management Course Outline
    Duration: 2 days
    Tutor: Anis Ataba
    Dates: 5-6 September 2022

    Overview
    This programme provides a detailed examination of best practice governance and risk management in insurance companies. The programme takes the understanding of risk in insurance operations and looks at the implications for capital management, including approaches to Solvency ll and examines the 'Own Risk and Solvency Assessment - the ORSA'. The programme aims to equip senior insurance practitioners with pertinent knowledge and insights into the key practices and its role within good corporate governance.

    Learning Objectives 
    By the end of this training, learners will be able to:
    •    Analyze the role of risk management in the insurance sector
    •    Analyze the elements of an effective risk management framework in the insurance sector
    •    Understand the regulatory framework for risk management in the insurance sector
    •    Analyze the management of strategic risks
    •    Evaluate the management of core insurance risks
    •    Evaluate the management of financial risk
    •    Evaluate the management of operational risk
    •    Evaluate capital management in the insurance sector

    Topics Covered
    •    Understanding the International Risk Management Standard - ISO 31000 
    •    Categories of risks faced by insurance companies 
        o    strategic, operational, insurance, reserving, credit, liquidity, market, reputational, compliance, legal
    •    Methods of measuring risks and monitoring risk exposures 
    •    Identifying and recording the company's risk appetite and tolerance levels 
    •    Setting the risk management policy and strategy 
    •    Managing risk culture in the firm
    •    Selecting the most appropriate risk identification techniques 
    •    Risk analysis and ranking 
    •    Risk control and treatment options 
    •    Linking risk appetite with operational control
    •    Understanding the role of stress testing in insurance organisations.

    International Broking Course Outline
    Duration: 1 day
    Tutor: Neil Park
    Date: 7 September 2022

    Overview
    This one-day course provides delegates with the domestic and international insurance knowledge, tools and support needed to enhance an insurance buyer’s capability to build and purchase their firm´s domestic and international programme.

    Learning Objectives
    By the end of this training, learners will be able to:
    •    Describe the main benefits of placing an international programme from the point of view of the insured
    •    Outline the potential structures of an international insurance programme
    •    Explain how different territories’ tax and insurance rules can influence the structure of an international programme 
    •    Describe how international programme coverage can be structured to ensure consistency of coverage globally as well as ensuring local requirements are met
    •    Describe the respective roles of the Master and local insurers and the master and local brokers in the administration of an international programme
    •    Ensure that international programmes are managed efficiently from a placing, claims and compliance perspective

    Topics Covered
    •    International insurance for risk managers and insurance buyers
    •    The parties involved in the placement of an international insurance programme, understanding each of their relationships to each other and how control is maintained 
    •    Client-broker-carrier relationship management - understanding why and how each relationship is critical to a well-placed international insurance programme 
    •    Understanding the processes and procedures that the controlling and local broker use to run and manage an international insurance programme on the client's behalf 
    •    Understanding the ways international insurance programmes can be run effectively
    •    The nuances of communicating internationally
    •    The expectations of all the parties involved in the international programme
    •    Fee/commission structures for controlling and local brokers.

    Reinsurance Course Outline
    Duration: 1.5 days
    Tutor: Peter Cave
    Dates: 8-9 September 2022

    Overview                                   
    This in-depth course provides attendees with broad and deep exposure to the key aspects of reinsurance. With a mixture of core knowledge and more esoteric topics, as well as practical examples and access to practitioners, the course aims to leave delegates fully equipped for the demands of this highly skilled role.

    Learning Objectives
    By the end of this training, learners will be able to understand and then be able to explain to others:
    •    The core purposes of reinsurance
    •    The differing types and styles of reinsurance
    •    How the products interact with each other
    •    The importance of the Risk Profile and how it can be sued effectively
    •    The core methodologies of Pricing of Excess of Loss
    •    Core clauses that should be included in an X/L reinsurance wording and why
    •    The basic principles and concepts of more esoteric forms of Reinsurance

    Topics Covered
    •    Preparing for the Renewal
        o    The reinsurance buying process 
        o    Fixing retentions 
    •    Reinsurance Programme Design 
        o    How all the core component parts fit together 
        o    A start on Pro-rata Facultative and Treaty – what types, how do they work, and interact - when are they used? 
        o    Non-Proportional Facultative and Treaty – what types, how do they work and interact – when are they used? 
    •    The importance of the Risk Profile – how to use it effectively
    •    The cost of Reinsurance – the core pricing techniques explained
    •    The Contract Wording – core clauses
    •    Esoteric and alternative methods of reinsurance explained
        o    Cat Bonds
        o    Industry Loss Warranties
        o    Drop down layers
        o    And others

    Additional Elements
    This course will also include 
    •    A visit to Lloyds of London and the Guildhall.

 

Por que conhecer o mercado britânico?

A cidade de Londres, na Inglaterra, é um dos mais importantes centros econômicos do mundo. A metrópole se destaca em vários setores da economia, principalmente nas áreas de finanças, turismo e prestação de serviços.

A capital inglesa conta com mais de 500 bancos internacionais e uma grande quantidade de corretoras e outras companhias de seguros. Além disso, a Bolsa de Valores de Londres é uma das maiores do mundo. Por ser uma potência econômica que está sempre à frente das principais práticas e tecnologias, Londres atrai profissionais de diversos países que buscam capacitação na região.

Mais informações

(11) 2739-1060 / parcerias@ens.edu.br