Wednesday, November 12, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Demonstrating and Measuring the Benefits of ERM
If enterprise risk management is going to continue to capture the attention of senior management as a high-profile initiative, then the benefits must be identified, quantified and validated. Explore the results of the recently published research into the benefits of successful ERM, conducted by AIRMIC, the UK equivalent of RIMS. Understand the study’s methodology and findings, while learning from the full details of a case study. Hear about UK organizations’ experience with ERM implementation and the hallmarks of their success, and leave with practical guidance on how to measure ERM benefits and demonstrate these to the board. This session is for experienced risk managers.
Julia H. Graham, FCIP, Chief Risk Officer, DLA Piper UK LLP
Paul Hopkin, FIIRSM, FIRM, FIOSH, Technical Manager, AIRMIC
Indemnify This! The Art and Science of Contractual Risk Transfer
Risk allocation through a contract is an essential element of any risk management program. Review the employment of contractual risk transfer and the interaction of insurance policy provisions with contractual risk transfer tools. Discuss the all-important indemnification/hold-harmless provision, insurance stipulations, subrogation waivers, additional insured status and certificate requirements. Cover in detail hold-harmless agreement forms and commonly encountered contract terms with interactive case studies that reinforce key concepts and put your knowledge to work.
Daniel S. McGarvey, ARM, CEBS, CPCU, Managing Director, Marsh
Wednesday, November 12, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Maximizing Protection For Your Claim Communications
Learn to build an effective relationship with general and outside counsel by maintaining attorney-client privilege and work-product protection in your claims communications. You will learn how the attorney-client privilege and the work-product doctrine can apply to correspondence with your broker, consultant and insurance carriers. Understand the boundaries and guard against compromising claims defense by ensuring privilege is maintained, while maintaining claims-process communication flow.
Douglas A. Johnson, Vice President & General Counsel, Heico Companies LLC
Brian Parker, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Thomas Spahn, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Mastering the Media
Whether being interviewed by the media for an article or caught in the midst of a crisis communications plan in full-blown action, risk managers must learn to master the media. Discover how the way you address the media will largely determine how the public perceives your company. Understand the issues to consider in an interview, key media-relevant elements of a crisis communications plan and the coordination of risk-related affairs with your corporate communications department.
Regis Coccia, Editor, Business Insurance
Paul Stasz, Vice President, Risk Management, Edison Schools, Inc.