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Topics Of Interest

Below are specific topics of interest that RIMS would like to see covered at RIMS 2011.

  • Air Craft Liability
  • Captives
  • Claims management
  • Climate Risk Management
  • C-Suite subjects: What does a CRO, CFO, CEO and BOD need to know?  What are their Views on Risk Management?
  • Developing Effective Leadership
  • Disaster Recovery/Emergency Planning/Business Continuity
  • Employee risks
  • Enterprise Risk Management – click here for more information
  • Environmental Risk Management
  • Global Economic Crisis and its Impact on Risk Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Healthcare Reform-Impact on Employers
  • Insurance market updates
  • International and Multi-National challenges
  • Landmark legal cases/legislative changes occurring in the last few years that have a significant impact on risk management
  • Loss Prevention/Risk Control
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Moving from Risk Management to Enterprise Risk Management
  • Risk financing
  • Risk Management best practices/Success stories/Innovative techniques
  • Risk Management career Advancement
  • Risk modeling
  • Social media and its impacts on risk management – what is coming next?
  • Special Events Risk (i.e. Olympics, World Cup, Super Bowl, World Series, etc.)
  • Strategic Risk Management
  • Technical Risk/Data Risk
  • Update on the State of the Economy
  • Workers Compensation: New developments and best practices

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