Mercer ASEAN | 2017 Employee Benefits Event PH

Events

Leveraging Data to Create a Total Rewards Framework

24 January 2017  Asean, Manila

  • THE EVENT
    • “Only 12% of employees appreciate and value their benefits”      2016 Benefits Under the Lens: Identifying the Missing Link Survey

      Our 2017 Employee Benefits event is here. Join Mercer Marsh Benefits experts flying in from Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia for an afternoon dedicated to providing insights that will allow clients to predict what is going to happen in the following year given the red flags that we are seeing in their data.

      During the discussion sessions, our experts will share about our latest predicative and modeling tool, Benefits Forecaster™ which utilizing employee health data to uncover ROI opportunities. In addition, you will hear about global trends in remuneration, how a comprehensive financial wellness program can help to contain costs and benefit employees. Engage with your peers during the interactive sessions and hear about key insights.

      Key Event Highlights

        Integrated Healthcare Powered by Data Analytics

        Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation

        Financial Wellness – the new frontier

      All of us at Mercer Marsh Benefits look forward to seeing you on 24th January! Reserve your spot now.

  • THE AGENDA
    • 3:00-3:30pm

      Registration

      3:00-3:40pm

      Opening remarks

      3:45-4:15pm

      Integrated Healthcare Powered by Data Analytics
      Liana Attard, Asia, Middle East and Africa Consulting Leader
      Heena Sethi, Senior Associate, Asia Pacific Regional Consulting

      Employers provide health & wellness programs to provide employees with access to quality care, combat rising medical costs and declining employee health profile. However, this is generally executed on a fragmented basis, not linked to a broader healthcare strategy and with no metrics for defining success and measuring ROI.

      Through an integrated approach of linking medical programs through the use of data analytics, employers can not only get detailed insights into their employee health profile, trends, predictive modelling but can drive clinical outcomes through implementing targeted interventions. In the Philippines this approach can be instrumental in delivering appropriate healthcare to employees in a cost-effective manner, while being able to achieve sustainable financial targets.
       

      4:20-4:50pm

       

      Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation
      Shai Ganu, ASEAN Market Business Leader

      Executive Remuneration remain a subject of extensive media coverage, printing Boards and management teams to respond accordingly. Globally, there is a strong move towards increased transparency and governance of executive remuneration, with some countries tightening disclosure requirements and giving more authority to shareholders.

      4:55-5:55pm

      Tea

      6:00-6:30 pm

       

      Financial Wellness – the new frontier
      Boon-Lee, Chua, Principal, Investments
      Hash Piperdy, CEO, Malaysia

      Few would argue that employees’ financial wellbeing isn’t incredibly important. In these challenging economic times, there is an even greater need and although employers are well placed and want to support their staff it can be often be difficult to know where to start.
       

      6:35-6:45 pm

      Q&A Session

      6:45-6:55pm

      Closing Remark

  • THE FACILITATORS
    •   Liana Attard
        Asia, Middle East, and Africa Consulting Leader
       
          


      Liana is the regional benefits leader with more than 17 years experience in advising on employee benefit issues. Her main focus for the past eight years has been employee benefits consulting across Asia Pacific; for the past eight years, Liana has been based in Singapore.

      Liana’s background includes a wide range of experience dealing with multinational organizations, including global relationship and project management and strategic planning with respect to designing, financing and providing benefits to a global workforce with a focus on cost and risk management, wellness and governance.

        Heena Sethi
        Senior Associate, Asia Pacific, Regional Consulting

       


      Heena is a senior associate in the regional consulting team, based in Hong Kong. She has more than eight years of healthcare strategy consulting experience in Asia. Heena’s expertise includes delivering projects across the healthcare value chain, both in the private and public sectors.

      As a senior regional consultant, Heena manages and executes client engagements covering a variety of areas, including employee benefits and health strategy, benchmarking, review and cost management of medical plans, provider network management, health analytics and management.

        Shai Ganu
        ASEAN Market Business Leader

       

       

      Shai Ganu is the Market Business Leader for Mercer’s Talent Consulting segment across ASEAN. He also leads the Executive Rewards and Sales Effectiveness practices for ASEAN – focusing on Board and Executive Compensation, Reward Strategy, Performance Management, Incentive Design, Sales Effectiveness, and Organizational Transformation projects. He specializes in Financial Services, FMCG/Retail, Pharmaceuticals, Utilities/Industrials, Telco industries.

      Shai has extensive experience in the diagnosis, design and implementation of board and executive reward frameworks, long and short-term incentive plans (equity and cash based), sales compensation plans, organizational design, and annual report disclosures.

        Boon-Lee Chua
        Principal, Investments


       

      Boon Lee is a Principal at Mercer’s Investment business in Singapore. He provides advice to clients in the area of investment governance, investment strategy, portfolio construction,  manager selection and portfolio monitoring and risk management.

        Hash Piperdy 
        CEO, Malaysia

       

      Hash is currently responsible for Mercer’s Malaysian business and has close to 20 years experience as a consulting actuary gained in the UK, Europe and Asia.He has advised leading financial services organisations, retirement and social security funds, financial regulators as well as governments.

      In the UK he advised some of the largest retirement funds and was on an industry working party advising the Bank Of England and other Regulators on the impact of changes in financial services regulations on the UK economy.  He co-authored a research paper for the Institute of Actuaries on the use of different business valuation measures relating to changes in European solvency regulations.