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The Conference Themes Delineated;
October 1st, the Deadline for 27th NCOID Paper Submission
The 27th Conference on Insurance and Development (NCOID) with the main subject, “Emerging Risks in the Insurance Industry: Opportunities and Challenges” will be virtually conducted on December 3, 2020. Those interested are invited to send their papers and posters to the conference secretary until October 1st, 2020.

According to PRIAO report, the outlined major and minor themes of 27th NCOID are as follows:

The major themes of the conference:

-    Pandemic Risks;
-    Climate Change Risks;
-    IT Risks.

The minor themes of the conference:

-    Long term and short term exposure of Iran and global insurance industries to the emerging risks (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks) and their strategies in facing with them;

-    Emerging risk management (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks) and developing risk control model;

-    Changes to the underwriting process and business model of the insurance companies exposed to the emerging risks (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks) and their disclosure and presentation methods in financial statements, reservation, and investments;

-    Innovative insurance products for covering emerging risks (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks) and demand drivers for such products;
-    Empowering insurance industry human capital while exposed to the emerging risks (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks);

-    Legal requirements and obligations and regulations to be taken into account when facing with the emerging risks (pandemics, climate change, and IT risks);

-    Digital risk management including cyber-attack risks, third party commitments, labor dynamism risks, technological change risks, compliance, automation risks, business resilience, governance and data security;

-    Analytics of the socioeconomic and cultural effects of the pandemics on the insurance industry.

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