Stéphanie Hein, Loris Mattea and Tifaine Martin during the Wealth Insurance Forum discussions; Credit: WEALINS SA

The Luxembourg-based life insurance company WEALINS SA has announced it brought together almost 200 European wealth management and wealth insurance specialists in Luxembourg on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 September 2023 for its first edition of the Wealth Insurance Forum.

A series of conferences and discussion sessions, with the reported central theme of “empowerment to collaboratively create the insurance wealth of the future” took place during the two-day event.

WEALINS reportedly promotes a “Wealth Insurance as a Service” (WIaaS) approach. The Wealth Insurance Forum thus kicked off with a series of conferences animated exclusively by WEALINS experts. "On this first day, we decided to highlight our unique expertise and know-how within WEALINS, and demonstrate how we are able to provide exclusive, long-term wealth support to our partners and their clients," explained Maël Toledano, Sales Director at WEALINS SA.

The afternoon included conferences discussing key challenges in the wealth insurance sector, fostering discussions on best practices and upcoming trends. Topics covered encompassed: "Wealth transfer between generations and increasing mobility," with a spotlight on Nordic markets, France and Belgium; "Range of investment and Private Equity" to cater to the growing interest of UHNWI (utra-high-net-worth individual) clients in complex asset classes; "SRI and Impact investing" to meet the demand for more ESG products and comply with new regulations; "Digital transformation and Innovation," exploring future trends and prospects within wealth insurance and management.

The evening continued at the WEALINS premises in Leudelange, where Arthur Guérin-Boëri, five-time world freediving champion and a key figure on the French sports scene, invited the audience to push back their limits. "His discipline and surpassing himself echo the ambitions of WEALINS and our desire to constantly innovate and anticipate the expectations of our partners and their clients. We have developed a modern vision of wealth insurance: beyond protecting and passing on wealth to future generations, we seek to develop the best solutions and services for our clientele," said Luc Rasschaert, CEO of WEALINS SA.