Shortlisted for three awards in two categories, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions brought home two awards this year at the StrategicRISK 2018 Asia-Pacific Risk Management awards.
The first was the Asia Pacific Insurance Innovation award for Insur8, Hong Kong's first ever Non-Damage business interruption solution to protect businesses from financial losses in the event of a typhoon. The second was the Best Risk Training Programme award for our Business Interruption Masterclass programme through which we've trained over 300 Risk Managers and Brokers in the region to date.
StrategicRISK, which organizes the awards, announced the winners on 8 May 2018. The second Asia-Pacific Risk Management Awards received an unprecedented number of quality entries for 16 categories. The awards were independently and rigorously judged by a panel of hand-picked risk experts in the industry and related fields.
On winning the two awards, Devpriya Misra, Head of Sales and Key Account Management APAC, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions said: "We are very excited to win both the innovation and risk training programme of the year awards. Innovation is at the core of what we do and we're very pleased for the recognition".
You can learn more about the StrategicRISK Asia-Pacific Risk Management Awards here.
You can learn more about Insur8 here.
You can learn more about Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' Business Interruption solutions here.
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