RIMS Risk Forum

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RIMS Risk Forum Australasia
31 August - 2 September | Sydney, Australia
Westin, Sydney

RIMS is hosting our first ever event in Australia! Risk management is a global concern and we’re bringing our resources and expertise to you. Our roster of speakers includes experienced risk professionals from many diverse industries. Join us for the first RIMS Risk Forum and gain practical knowledge and insights that you can start implementing immediately.

Close out the day with a networking reception where you can personally meet RIMS leadership, both on the global level and for the newly formed Australasia Chapter.

Register now and meet your local risk professionals. The connections you make will help you throughout the year. Let’s work together to build a vibrant and flourishing community.

 
 
 

Opening Speaker
John R. Phelps, ARM,CPCU, CBCP
Director, Business Risk Solutions, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Inc.

Managing Risk Through Strategy Planning and Execution

RIMS President John Phelps will explore the evolution of the risk management and the importance for practitioners to effectively communicate and demonstrate the value.

 

Keynote Speaker
Tim Longhurst
Trendspotter and Futurist

Insight to the Future and the Challenges Ahead

Tim will describe the vision of the future, and then challenge the audience and panel of leading international insurance executives, company directors and risk practitioners to contemplate how new, emerging and sometimes unknown risks will be managed by organizations of the future.

 

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Registration Rates

Members: $295 AUD (plus GST)
Nonmembers: $450 AUD (plus GST)

For registration enquiries, please contact the Registration Managers (MCI Australia) at +61 7 3858 5572.

SPECIAL OFFER: Register for the Risk Forum and join RIMS for only $700* AUD (plus GST).  Join today. Offer valid until 5 December 2013.

*plus applicable chapter dues

 
 
RIMS would like to extend a special thank you to the Australasia Chapter
for its assistance and support with the Risk Forum.