Standards, Norms, Privacy & insurance to Manage Risk in the Post-COVID World

28 MAY



As restrictions are incrementally lifted around the world, companies need robust SOPs to manage the significant ongoing risks of the return-to-work for their staff and businesses. Although medical science, government policy and best practices continue to evolve, standards, norms, privacy and insurance to manage risk are already being pioneered to apply existing and future ‘compliance standards’.

Join us for an interactive webinar and Q&A to hear ground-breaking case studies on how different jurisdictions, multilateral organisations and companies are approaching the development of common standards, systems and processes to underpin next-generation insurance products and a risk-mitigated resumption of economic activity in a post-COVID-19 world.

Speakers / Moderators

Jonathan Rake

Jonathan Rake

CEO Asia Pacific
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Andrew Minnitt

Andrew Minnitt

CEO Singapore

Chester Drum M.D., Ph.D

Co-Founder, AOKpass
Asst. Professor, NUS
Consultant Cardiologist, NUH

Dorjee Sun

Co-Founder, AOKpass 
CEO, Perlin

Steve Tunstall

General Secretary

Event Summary

During the discussion, the panel reiterated how the most obvious risk is people. Closer conversations between CROs, CFOs, CHROs and CEOs is required to deal with a disjointed work force. COVID-19 has shown us the gaps we have with the people-risk angle and we need to move from reacting to being prepared and address the softer issue when addressing return to work. Leadership and culture will see some shifts and there are a lot of learnings on these front. The common battleground has corralled us all.

Meanwhile, the insurance industry is less impacted by revenue downturn and supply chain disruption. Government intervention has shined a light on risk practices and see opportunities for the industry to step forward. Some questions raised from the audience: Do companies have liability to their employees if their employees get infected when they return to the workplace? On supply chain risk, do we expect suppliers’ extension clause trigger due to the impact of COVID-19 lock down?

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Jeffrey Toh
Jeffrey Toh

Business Risk Consultant, Asia Pacific

FM Global

Jeffrey is a member of FM Global’s Business Risk Consulting (BRC) team in the Asia Pacific region. BRC services take a strategic approach towards helping clients identify the critical processes that drive their businesses and quantify dependencies on those processes. Through Business Impact Analysis (BIA), BRC helps clients to better understand the financial exposures to their businesses, to strengthen business resilience and develop effective risk management strategies.

Jeffrey joined FM Global in September of 2018. Prior to joining FM Global, Jeffrey was a Risk & Compliance Manager in the Group Finance department of The Great Eastern Life Assurance Company Limited, where he specialised in business process improvements and developing risk strategies. Prior to Great Eastern, Jeffrey served as a Corporate Improvement Manager in a publicly listed supply chain management company. He also had experience in performing financial statement audits in a range of industries, during his stint as a Senior Assurance Associate in Deloitte.

As a member of the Business Risk Consulting Group, Jeffrey is primarily responsible for conducting Business Impact Analysis, working in partnership with FM Global clients, to fully identify and quantify the client’s financial exposures as they relate to property and business interruption loss potential. The analysis Jeffrey performs often result in the identification of significant exposures that were previously unknown or not fully understood by the client, which potentially has a material impact to risk management decisions.

Jeffrey holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University of Singapore. He is also a certified Chartered Accountant.

Guido Gavio
Guido Gavio

Asia Complex Loss Director


Guido Gavio is the Asia Complex Loss Director for BELFOR Asia. He has more than 22 years of experience in handling restoration projects for companies suffering from losses after a disaster. He joined BELFOR Asia, then known as Relectronic – Remech as a Restoration Engineer in Australia in 1996. He rose through the ranks and was seconded to Thailand for 3 years from 1998 to 2001 before being posted to the regional Headquarters in Asia in 200

Guido studied electrical engineering at the Universidad Technologica de Buenos Aires in Argentina. Upon graduation, Guido worked at the National Institute of Industrial Technology assisting with research programs in the area of superconductors where he gained considerable hands – on experience in developing and building prototypes. Guido then migrated to Australia where he worked for Telstra in the design and construction of the cable and internet network.

Upon completion of the Telstra project, Guido joined Relectronic – Remech. BELFOR Asia has the capability to recover buildings, production lines and other property, following disaster incidents such as fire, explosion, earthquake, typhoon, wind, flooding, rain, water ingress, chemical spills etc.

The company has maintained the market leader position for disaster recovery in Asia for the past 25 years, and is now handling more than 1,600 industrial disaster incidents per year.