GeoInsurance Webinar Series

2021

Thursday, 25 November @ 10:00 a.m.

GeoInsurance Ireland - Part 1

CLIMATE RISK, REGULATORY CHANGES & NEW DATA: WHAT’S THE FORECAST FOR IRELAND?

Our knowledge of climate change is evolving all the time. In light of the COP26 (Conference of the Parties) conference in Glasgow, Gamma would like to bring our clients and partners up to date on climate change, what it means for the Insurance sector and what data is available now to help understand what the potential impact might be. Our forthcoming webinar will be hosted by Richard Garry of Gamma Location Intelligence. Four presentations will be made.

  • Richard Garry, Gamma – Measuring climate risk exposure.
  • Dr James Fitton, Climate Change Scientist, Impacts and Adaptation, UCC – The current and future effects of climate change in Ireland.
  • Richard Cantwell, Gamma – Assessing Property Risk on the Island of Ireland. What data can help in 2022?
  • Johnny Mattimore, First Derivative – The Regulatory Future of Climate Risk in Banking and Insurance.

Tuesday, 7 December @ 10:00 a.m.

GeoInsurance Ireland - Part 2

ADDRESSLINK: A NEW SINGLE-SOURCE PROPERTY DATA API FOR THE ISLAND OF IRELAND

Insights are fueled by data. Having trustworthy, accurate and consistent data helps market leaders to make better decisions. In this webinar, we will look at how AddressLink is providing API access to hundreds of spatial datasets at the address level, all managed and curated by Gamma. Feargal O’Neill of Gamma Location Intelligence will host our forthcoming webinar. Two presentations will be made, followed by a panel discussion led by Richard Garry, including a selection of panellists from Ordnance Survey Ireland and EIRCODE, among others. 

UK Webinar

Thursday, 2 December @ 10:00 a.m.

GeoInsurance and Climate Change

RISK & REGULATION - ADDRESSING TODAY FOR THE UNWRITTEN TOMORROW

Recently, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released updated global climate assessments to support adaptation and mitigation actions. In this webinar, we will look at the latest global climate projections and the number of UK properties at risk and estimate the potential cost of future property damage due to climate change. We will also look at the regulatory requirements and timelines, reviewing risk identification and Net Zero. Michael Gaughan will host the webinar.