2019 Key Dates For Your Diary

A number of events and initiatives are planned for our brokers and insureds throughout 2019, and below we outline some provisional dates and timings for the year. More details to follow in due course.

GCube Risk Seminars

Onshore Wind Risk Seminar, February 26, London

GCube holds its Onshore Wind Risk Seminar in Russell Square, London on February 26th this year. This is an exclusive event that provides a platform for leading risk managers from stakeholders including developers, utilities and independent power producers to discuss areas of concern in the onshore sector across a variety of markets.

To register your interest, please get in touch with Megan.Scott@gcube-insurance.com

Offshore Wind Risk Seminar, September 24, London

GCube Broker Academy

Broker Academy, Summer 2019

This year, the GCube Broker Academy is coming to Europe. GCube is inviting ambitious brokers with 2-5 years insurance experience to apply for the GCube Broker Academy. The two-day course will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the renewable energy insurance market, exploring key trends for 2020 and beyond.

Further details are to follow, but to register your interest in advance, please get in touch with Megan.Scott@gcube-insurance.com

GCube Advisory Council

Advisory Council Meeting, March 13 – 14, Newport Beach

GCube holds its invitation-only Advisory Council events biannually, bringing together risk management and renewable energy insurance leaders from the US and further afield, with the next meeting taking place on March 13 – 14 in Newport Beach. The event allows for the exchange of ideas and experience in a confidential setting and includes a number of presentations and break-out sessions to encourage discussion and debate on some of the trends and developments facing the industry today.

To request further information about the GCube Advisory Council, please get in touch with Linda.McCavera@gcube-insurance.com

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