Post Webinar: Raising standards in Hong Kong insurance


Register for free for an upcoming webinar on Culture, Talent and Values in Hong Kong insurance.

The 8 November webinar will examine how insurance can improve its image in the Special Administrative Region.

As part of Insurance Post's Shaping the Profession: Raising standards in Hong Kong quarterly webinar series in association with the Chartered Insurance Institute, we will ask senior professionals connected with the industry how insurance firms can improve diversity and ethics, and discuss how it can promote itself as a premier place for people to work.

We will also examine the impact of the incoming Independent Insurance Authority on shaping the profession in the future and its impact on staff training. During the webinar we will also discuss how insurance compares with other industries / professions within the SAR.

The webinar includes panelists: Heidi Johnson, insurance consultant, Cornerstone Global Partners; Caroline Thomas, partner, Laracy & Co.; Helen Roberts, regional manager, Asia-Pacific, Chartered Insurance Institute and Samuel Hung, associate, RPC. The webinar will be moderated by Andrew Tjaardstra, editor - Asia, Insurance Post.

Register here for free and tune in online on Tuesday 8 November at 4pm Hong Kong time and 8am London time.

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