âPresenting at RIMS 2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition is an opportunity for risk professionals to share their expertise and offer fresh perspectives on trends affecting the industry,â says Janet G. Stein, CRM, vice chair of RIMS Conference Programming Committee and director of risk management and insurance at the University of Calgary. âIn turn, presenters gain visibility for their organizations, network with peers and grow professionally.â
Topics can be submitted for either a lecture-style presentation (1.5 hours) or workshop (2.5 hours), which is more in-depth and typically involves case study examples. Workshops can comprise up to a total of four speakers, including at least one risk practitioner, who can discuss real-world cases and cover issues relevant to multiple industries and disciplines.
Â Some suggested topics for either a lectured presentation or workshop include:
- CFO/CEO views on risk management
- Recession risk management
- Enterprise risk management
- H1N1 influenza and its affect on business continuity
- Cyber risks
- Risk management best practices
- Insurance coverage and markets
- Risk financing
- Claims management
- Legal trends and principles
- Loss prevention
- Risk modeling
- Employee risks
For a complete list of other session topics, visit RIMS Conference Session Topics.
Speakers receive complimentary registration on the days they are speaking, including access to sessions, meals and admission to the Exhibit Hall and special events. Applicants will be notified by e-mail in September upon acceptance. For more information and to submit a program suggestion, visit www.RIMS.org/2010PSF.
About RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition
Launched in 1963, RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition attracts thousands of risk and insurance professionals at all experience levels, business executives with risk management interests, brokers, insurers and service providers for the ultimate educational and networking experience. The five-day event offers more than 120 educational sessions, keynote presentations, special events and an Exhibit Hall. Future conferences will be hosted in Vancouver in 2011 and Philadelphia in 2012. For more information, visit www.RIMS.org/RIMS2010. Â Â