Programme

Programme

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Tuesday 13 March 2018

19:00
18th Annual Conference – Welcome Reception
Sponsored by Deloitte

Wednesday 14 March 2018

08:00
Registration and Coffee
09:00
Chairman’s Introduction – Day 1
Peter Devlin, Chairman, IEBA
09:10
Keynote: Connecting advanced pharma and diagnostics technology with stakeholders in the international employee benefits world
Fernando Arnaiz, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd
09:50
Panel: Brexit – What are employers doing?
Peter Bowler, Renishaw and Tobias Neufeld, Allen & Overy
10:40
Break
11:10
Collaborative benefits and digitisation
Michael Wesclitz, Philip Morris
11:50
Breaking down international borders
Speakers to be confirmed, Zurich
12:30
Lunch
Sponsored by Zurich Corporate Life & Pension
14:00
Breakout Sessions 1
1 : Tracking and tracing pensions in Europe
Erik van Elburg, TTYPE Consortium
2 : Company car transformation
Christian Wessels, IBM and Lisa Grunditz, Willis Towers Watson
3 : The intangible benefits of inclusion
Adrian Jones, PwC
4 : Panel: Employee benefits and moving from a de-centralised to a centralised structure
Griet De Bevere, Wolters Kluwer and Simone Warthun, Schenker
Moderated by Wim Moldenaers, IGP
15:00
Break
15:20
Breakout Sessions 1: The above breakout sessions are repeated so delegates have an opportunity to attend a second one of their choice
16:20
Break
16:30
Annual General Meeting of IEBA
18:45
Depart from hotel for Reception and Gala Dinner
Sponsored by Generali Employee Benefits Network

Thursday 15 March 2018

08:00
Coffee
08:30
Current EU initiatives to enhance cross border pensions, including the proposed new pan-European personal pension product
Francesco Briganti, CBBA-Europe
09:00
Chairman’s Introduction – Day 2
Peter Devlin, Chairman, IEBA
09:10
Optimism: tapping its positive power – The secret for better health and productivity
Dr Leena Johns, MAXIS

09:50

Breakout Sessions 2

1 : Using a captive insurance company to finance employee benefits
Jeremy Hill, Standard Chartered and Barry Perkins, Mercer
2 :  Restructure Global Benefits in the fastest growing digital tech company in the world
Mike Piker, Naspers and Robin Scott, Aon
3 : Age discrimination and employee benefits
Luc Vanaverbeke, Linklaters
4 : Big data: the Lilly journey
Mihaly Berczi, Eli Lilly and Steve Chapman, JLT
10:50
Break
11:20
Breakout Sessions 2: The above breakout sessions are repeated so delegates have an opportunity to attend a second one of their choice
12:20
Lunch
Sponsored by MAXIS Global Benefits Network
13:50
Employee benefits: Angels and Demons
Philippe Kutek, AXA
14:15
Employee benefits: Global opportunities and challenges
Maud Mercier, Willis Towers Watson
14:30
IEBA : Providing educational opportunities
Issiah Sakhabuth, Chairperson, IEBA/PMI Liaison Committee
14:50
How will General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect international employee benefits?
Alexandrine Henriet, Generali Employee Benefits
15:30
Conference wrap up and Session Chairman’s closing remarks
15:40
Closing Reception
16:30
Close
CPD

Taking part in the two day programme will qualify as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for many organisations including the UK’s Pensions Management Institute and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.

IEBA Annual Conference March 2018
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Brussels
Rue du Fosse-aux-Loups 47 – B-1000
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