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Line of Business: Life & Health
Level: Intermediate
Date: 11 - 13 Jun 2019
Duration: 3 days
Location: Singapore

Target group
Given the versatility of IMS, a wide variety of target groups may be defined depending upon the training scope of the IMS course. Generally, participants hold mid-level positions in insurance companies. On occasion a company will nominate new members of the board of directors to attend an IMS course to give them a quick tutorage in insurance companies operations.

Participants should be:

  • Interested in gaining a comprehensive overview of insurance management processes
  • Willing to strengthen their knowledge of the effects of strategic and operational decisions on financial statements
  • Ready to participate in teamwork activities

A solid understanding of some insurance areas such as underwriting, claims, accounting, actuarial, investment or marketing is beneficial and recommended.

Note: Only clients from South East Asia, Hong Kong, China and Korea will be eligible to apply.

Training goals
By engaging in intense debate the IMS participants learn the comprehensive decision-making process involved in operating an insurance company. Through Swiss Re’s sophisticated insurance management simulation, members of the team will:

  • View major aspects of running an insurance company
  • Grasp the fundamentals of drafting and executing a business strategy
  • Develop and implement a wide range of strategic decisions for various business areas
  • Improve skills in analyzing and interpreting insurance financial statements
  • Understand how management decisions (including reinsurance) affect financial result
  • Predict consequences of core management decisions
  • Strengthen teamwork skills as a member of a management team
  • Explore aptitude to risk taking and making decisions quickly

Contact information
If you are interested in our Client Programmes, please reach out to your respective client manager.

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