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Journée CCR CAT

The event took place on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Eurosites George V

CCR Cat Day is considered as one of the most important annual meetings of the French insurance market. The event is also recognized as a forum for the exchange of invaluable knowledge of natural disasters and their consequences. It brings together some 250 participants from the global insurance arena and the scientific community including numerous experts on catastrophe risk.


The central topic of this year's event:

For a global perspective of natural disasters

Moderated by Gilles LECLERC

Morning program



Welcoming and coffee


  Opening remarks de Pierre BLAYAU, Chairman of CCR



Key witness
Christian GOLLIER, Professor of Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics

Part one:
Feedback and perspectives on the management of natural risks



International approach: Feedback on the Amatrice earthquake of August 24, 2016 (Italy)
Didier COMBESCURE, Chairman of the Scientific and Technical Committee of the French Association for Earthquake Engineering




11h15   Presentation of the report on inter-ministerial feedback on the management of the floods of May and June 2016 in the intermediate Seine and Loire basins
Pierre-Alain ROCHE, Chairman of the Transportation and Mobility section of the General Council for the Environment and Sustainable Development
11h45   How to approach agricultural risk management in France
Vincent LIDSKY, Inspector General of Finance, and Georges-Pierre MALPEL, Inspector General of Agriculture, members of the mission for agricultural risk management conducted by the IGF council on food, agriculture and rural areas (2017)
12h15   CCR's contribution to improving the global perspective of natural disasters
Antoine QUANTIN, Deputy Chief Underwriting Officer for Public Reinsurance and Guaranty Funds at CCR


  Cocktail luncheon

Afternoon program



CCR Outstanding Thesis Award presentation
Award presented by Laurent MONTADOR, Deputy Chief Underwriting Officer at CCR
Presentation of the Thesis by the award winner

Part two :
For a global perspective of natural disasters; tomorrow's challenges



  Natech risks: The environmental consequences of technological accidents triggered by natural disasters
Christian VEIDIG, Head of the "International, Transport, Energy and Miscellaneous Industries" Unit of the Risk and Industrial Pollution Analysis Office (BARPI) - French Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity-based Transition



Round table: Ensuring business continuity and recovery during a disaster:
•    Catherine HAMON, Head of Corporate Insurance at Renault Group
•    Claude NAHON, Sustainable Development Senior Vice President at EDF
•    Philippe MAYMIL, Manager of the Natural Disaster Risk Unit at SNCF
•    Bruno CASO, Network Director for France at Multiassistance Group
•    Laurent BARBAGLI, Chief Executive Officer AXA MATRIX Risk Consultants


  An example of a future issue: the Naiad Project
Cécile HERIVAUX, Environmental Economist at BRGM and David Moncoulon, Head of Modeling and Research & Development at CCR


  Conclusion by Bertrand LABILLOY, Chief Executive Officer - CCR


  Closing cocktail

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