ABA Insurance Risk Management Annual Forum 2017

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Senior Director, Business Development
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Krista M.
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Risk managers today face a steady stream of new risk, regulatory and market issues, as well as changes in terms and conditions and coverage exclusions, increasing the need to balance multiple responsibilities with greater acumen than ever before. Newcomers and past attendees alike can stay current with the shifting environment by attending the only event of its kind dedicated to the financial services industry: the ABA Insurance Risk Management Annual Conference & Meetings. Each year, risk managers return to this event to acquire the tools to tackle challenges posed by both increased institutional demands and the changing environment affecting insurers and brokers. This year's program provides in-depth information and industry perspectives on timely issues critical to insurance risk managers, including: - Emerging Issues in Risk Management - International Insurance Products - Anatomy of a Catastrophic Claim - Cyber - Terror - Pandemic Plus we have an expanded tactical track specifically designed for those new to the industry, those looking for a refresher course and community bankers. Sessions include: Enterprise Risk Management; Environmental Liability Issues; and Employee Practices Liability.

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Who Attends: Insurance Risk Managers Directors of Corporate Insurance Brokers / Underwriters Lawyers, Bank Counsel CFOs / Treasurers Fraud / Security Professionals Compliance Managers Insurance Consultants/Managers Presidents / CEOs of Community Banks

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