Airmic Annual Dinner 2022

6 December

Hilton Hotel Park Lane, London

The Airmic Annual Dinner is back! This business networking dinner is for the risk management community to celebrate and network together. Supporting Insurance United Against Dementia come and spend an evening with 700 – 800 risk professionals enjoying fine wine, food and laughter as we approach the end of 2022.

Dress code – Black tie and cocktail dresses



1 x ticket only (Airmic members)



1 x ticket (non - members)



Half table (5 places)



1 x table (10 places)



All prices exclude VAT


18.30  Drinks reception and networking

19.15  Dinner called

19.30  Tim Graham, Airmic Chair

19.40  Insurance United Against Dementia 

19.50  Dinner served

21.30  After Dinner Speaker  

22.00 Cash Bar and networking

00.00 Carriages



After Dinner Speaker TBC

Music by - Lose yourself to dance

From Get Lucky and Uptown Funk through to older classics by Stevie Wonder and James Brown. Whatever your event we play the music that will get everyone dancing, feeling good and having a great time.

Lose Yourself To Dance feature some of the countries busiest and well respected musicians, their performers have played with the likes of Beverley Knight, Jamiroquai, Heaven 17 and Marc Almond.

David Collins Doyen of Toastmasters

David is acknowledged as Doyen of Toastmasters and Master of Ceremonies and is at the top of his profession working regularly in the West End and the City of London and Internationally, booked directly by the Hotels, Venues, Agents, Party Planners and The Clients.

He is also a Qualified Chef, Master Baker, Former Restaurant Manager and College Lecturer. He has complete knowledge and understanding of aspects of catering operations, which is fully appreciated by his notable clients.

David has officiated at over 50 State Banquets and Return State Banquets including The Emperor of Japan, freedom of The City of London with Nelson Mandela,The Presidents of Russia, China, Mexico, Poland, Three South African Presidents, France Spain, Italy ,Portugal, Ireland, Amir of Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar and 28 Lord Mayors Banquets.

Over 250 Royal Events Including Royal Events

  • HM The Queen’s 80th Birthday Luncheon
  • HM The Queen Mother’s 100th Birthday Celebration Luncheon at the Guildhall
  • HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s 80th Party celebrations at the Royal Albert Hall with over 3000 guests
  • HRH The Prince of Wales’ 50th Birthday reception, Dinner at Spencer House


Insurance United Against Dementia is an Alzheimer’s Society movement created and championed by leaders from across the insurance industry. Together, we will raise £10 million to take on the 21st century’s biggest killer.

Why is IUAD so important?
There are currently 900,000 people living with dementia in the UK. With no cure and limited treatments, one in three people will develop the condition in their lifetime.

This disease has a devastating personal impact, but also far-reaching consequences for society as a whole – it currently costs the UK economy over £34 billion every single year.

What has IUAD achieved?
So far, IUAD has raised over £6.8 million to help fund Alzheimer’s Society’s support services and research programme, providing help for today and hope for tomorrow.

IUAD is also committed to driving awareness across the industry of the support available to staff and customers affected by the disease.

Insurance United Against Dementia | Alzheimer’s Society (



The health, safety and security of everyone attending the event is of utmost importance to Airmic. We are following UK Government guidelines including Public Health England (PHE) general precautions, and we ask all attendees to do the same and that everyone plays a part in keeping us all safe and well.

The venue for the Dinner, the London Hilton on Park Lane, operates Hilton CleanStay: 

For the health and safety of attendees of the event, we recommend that all attendees follow these points:

1. Do not attend the event if you are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19
2. Follow any guidance on travel, including for public transport, and when travelling to the event from outside the UK
3.  Attendees should consider their personal health circumstances before attending the event
4. This is a “mask-friendly” event and although face coverings are no longer mandatory in England and attendees may choose to wear a face covering or not, we encourage attendees to consider wearing a face covering in enclosed or crowded spaces
5. Attendees should maintain standards of personal hygiene including regular handwashing, use of hand sanitiser, when coughing or sneezing, and in respecting the personal space of others. Hand sanitising stations will be available and there will be signage reminding attendees to wash hands and use sanitising stations.
6. If you begin to feel unwell at the event, start to exhibit symptoms of Covid-19, or consider that you might be a health risk to others, you should inform a member of the Airmic team present on the day or contact

All attendees who enter the event shall be deemed to have accepted, and agree to comply with, these conduct and health and safety guidelines and current Government requirements, including those related to Covid-19 which may be updated from time to time.  All those who attend the event do so entirely at their own risk. Everyone has a part to play in keeping us all safe and well and for managing personal risks and responsibilities.


For all event enquiries please contact the events team on:

Tickets for the Airmic Dinner can be purchased in just a few weeks’ time.

In the meantime please find details of ticket prices, menu and the programme.