The Philippines will be sending its top non-life insurance industry leaders to Bali, Indonesia to participate in the 25th East Asian Insurance Congress.
The Federation of Indonesian Insurance Associations (FAPI) and the General Insurance Association of Indonesia (AAUI) are hosting this year’s congress with the theme “Going Back to Basics with a Dynamic New Mindset.”
This is the third time Indonesia is hosting the EAIC. Teddy Hailamsah, chairman of the organizing committee, said they deliberately chose Bali as the venue to blend the serious nature of insurance congress with the relaxing environment of the so-called Last Paradise on Earth.
“Many previous summits in Bali have resulted in various positive impacts to the world, and hopefully on this 25th EAIC we will continue to achieve excellent decisions and action plans for long term positive effect to our insurance industry,” he said.
The congress will present delegates with the current situation, where we are facing new challenges, and at the same time new opportunities that will enable them to grow into a more mature industry.
Hailamsah said the congress we will have the opportunity to learn from one another and the experts on the current issues we are facing as an industry. We hope that through presentations, networking, and discussions on various concerns most of us will be able to accomplish different solutions for our individual organization.
In addition, the conference creates a platform for us to meet old friends and at the same time gives the opportunity to get acquainted with new friends. This conference will continue its tradition to strengthen bonds among business partners.
The previous congress was held in Hong Kong.