IICF’s 2022 Forum on Social Purpose & Inclusion

28 September 2022, 09:00–13:30

Recent events have accelerated ESG and corporate sustainability practices – broadening ESG beyond the perspective of investors to all stakeholders with employees as a driving force, and placing the spotlight on the social pillar of ESG. As such, there is a new mandate for organisations to have a diverse workforce that represents customers and society. This means reinventing the employee experience and cultivating an inclusive culture that brings to life the value of this diversity.

Join IICF’s 2022 Forum to gain unique insights on the S of ESG, explore the industry’s response to recent world events through the lens of ESG and learn practical steps you can take to create an inclusive, purpose-led culture that reflects the diverse world we live in. CPD credit is available.

As a delegate or sponsor of this event, you will directly benefit IICF’s community grants programme, allowing us to change the lives of marginalised and disadvantaged people across the country.

This event continues the conversation of IICF’s 2021 Forum on Placing Purpose at the Heart of ESG. Click here to watch highlights.

EVENT PROGRAMME

Maxine Goddard,  Senior Vice President, Sompo International and Facilitator of the Forum

08.30- REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

09.00- SESSION 1: INDUSTRY TRENDS & PERSPECTIVES ON ESG  
Dominic Christian, Global Chairman, Aon Reinsurance Solutions, Opening Keynote Speech 
Charles Beresford-Davies, Managing Director, Marsh. ESG Through the Lens of Clients and Communities 
Lorna Fitzsimons, Co-Founder at The Pipeline. The Circular Economic of Human Capital and ESG

10.30- SESSION 2: THE POWER OF S AS A DRIVING FORCE FOR ESG
Nick Martin, Fund Manager, Global Insurance Team, Polar Capital. Insurance as a Force for Good
Simon Rodgers, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Wilmington plc. Empowering Employees to Drive Change
Tangy Morgan, Independent Senior Advisor, Bank of England. Conversation on Rethinking Social Mobility with
  Sarah Atkinson, CEO Social Mobility Foundation
  Shakeela Khanom, Responsible Business Officer, Beazley

12.00- SESSION 3: ADVANCING IDEAS INTO ACTION
Olivia Curno, CEO, Vision Foundation. Creating Opportunities for People with Sight Loss 
Seema Bains, Partner – Insurance, DWF.
Unlocking the Social and Business Value of Diversity
Victor Riega, Sustainability Professional. Broadening the Appeal for Diverse Talent
Mel Newton
, Partner, FS People Consulting, KPMG UK. Cultivating a Culture of Inclusion: How do you move the dial?
Dr. Kai-Uwe Schanz, Deputy Managing Director, The Geneva Association. The Social Purpose of Insurance Post-Pandemic

13.40- CLOSE
Dawn Miller, Regional Executive Officer, Chubb Central Region, Chubb. Closing Remarks

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITES

Being a sponsor will allow you to connect with top industry influencers, showcase your brand at a unique, outstanding industry event, and raise vital funds for charities nominated by our industry – allowing you to make a real difference to people in need while enhancing your brand as a responsible business at the event and on social media where IICF has 8.5K followers globally with strong engagement.  Click here to view detailed sponsor benefits and click here to view charities IICF supports.

Previous sponsors include Amwins Global Risks, CNA Hardy, Chubb, AXA XL, Swiss Re, Axco, KPMG, Applied Systems and MS Amlin.

Please contact Wendy at wwilder@iicf.com to sponsor this event and allow us to raise greater funds for charities advancing social mobility.

 LEVEL AMOUNT SPONSOR BENEFITS
Gold Sponsor £15,000 – Four delegate places at the forum
– A full-page advert in prime position in the event programme
– Gold sponsor profile and logo in event programme
– Recognition through social media channels and in post-event press release, including quote opportunity
– Logo and opportunity to share relevant content on IICF event webpage
– Logo displayed prominently at the venue
– Recognition in the welcome address
– Invitation to a senior leader to deliver the key note speech
Silver Sponsor £10,000 – Three delegate places at the forum
– Recognition through social media channels and in post-event press release
– Logo displayed on IICF event webpage and at the venue
–  Recognition within the welcome address
– Invitation to a senior leader to address the audience
Bronze Sponsor £5,000 – Two delegate places at the forum
– Recognition through social media channels and in post-event press releases
– Logo displayed on IICF event webpage and at the venue
– Recognition within the welcome address
Networking
Break
 Sponsor
£2,500 – One delegate place at the forum
– Recognition and logo within the event programme
– Logo displayed in the breakout area at the venue
– Invitation to a senior leader to give an address during breakfast or one of the two networking breaks

 

COVID STATEMENT
Register with confidence: Should you need to cancel your registration, if experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, testing positive, or exposure to someone with Covid-19, you will have the option of receiving a full refund or you can name a substitute colleague to attend in your place. If IICF needs to change the Forums due to circumstances outside of our control, you will at that time be given the option to cancel your registration for a full refund or donate a portion/or total to the IICF Community Grants Programme.

 

28 September 2022, 09:00–13:30


HM Tower of London

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