|Monday, January 25|
|7:30 am - 5:00 pm
|7:00 - 8:00 am & Noon - 1:30 pm
Time Allotted to Meet with Corporate Partners
|8:30 - 9:45 am
Opening General Session
Welcome from Forum Chairman
Speaker: Bruce E. Plummer, ARM , Director of Insurable Risk Management, MidFirst Bank
Keynote: How Technology is Transforming Commerce
As new technologies emerge, so do new ways of buying and selling. Right now, you can use your mobile device to order a product online, pay for it using cryptocurrency, and have it delivered to your doorstep in a matter of hours or perhaps even print it yourself using a 3-D printer. Technology is radically transforming commerce - in more ways than you can imagine. Technologist Josh Klein will share how the convergence of cryptocurrencies, emerging markets, reputation systems, social software, and the black market are disrupting the business landscape, and what smart companies are doing to take advantage of new opportunities.
What we're overlooking about four big trends in IT and how their confluence spells big change.
Speaker: Josh Klein, Hacker and Technologist
|10:00 - 10:30 am
Uberization of Stuff: Shifting Paradigms, Shifting Coverages
Managing a company's exposure to new types of risks is often a complicated endeavor. Uncertainty can arise when existing coverage models are applied to new risks. Applying existing coverage models to emerging industries presents similar challenges. We'll look at several new business models that present many questions.
Speaker: Marc Kunney, President, North America Operations, Integro, Ltd.
Moderator: Patricia Dennis, Vice President, Corp Insurance Risk Manager, Zions Bancorporation
|10:30 - 11:00 am
Medical Marijuana: New Highs, New Liabilities
Insurance coverage and workplace safety issues related to the legalization of the drug. As case law in this area evolves, risk professionals need to stay abreast of developments, review existing workplace policies, and workers’ compensation or other insurance claims in which marijuana use may be a factor.
|11:15 am - Noon
Employment Practices Liability
Looking at wage and hour - claims and availability of insurance EPL Internationally.
Kyle Adams, Senior Partner and Head of Financial Lines, JLT Specialty Bermuda
Lisa Schreter, Chairperson of the Board, Co-Chair, Wage + Home Practice Group, Little Mendelson PC
Moderator: Carmelo C. Casella, Managing Director, Corporate Insurance, The Bank of New York Mellon
|Noon - 1:30 pm
Lunch on Your Own
Time allotted to meet with Corporate Partners
|1:30 - 2:15 pm
Economic and Investment Outlook
|2:15 - 3:00 pm
Social Media: New Risks, New Constraints
A look at interesting employee claims and the EPL aspects; Reputational risk; balancing freedom of speech vs. company policies.
Speaker: Tom Srail, Technology, Media and Telecommunications industry group leader, Willis North America
Moderator: Jodi L, Ramsey, Sr. Insurance Risk Manager, Bank of America Corporation
|3:15 - 4:00 pm
Two Year Later... The reality of third-party risk regulatory guidance
Join this intriguing session as we discuss how the implementation of OCC 2013-29 has evolved. We'll look at what it means to financial institutions and potential implications to banking industry service providers, brokers and insurers that interact with the insurable risk groups within financial institutions every day. Adam Topkis, Head of Third Party Corporate Risk Management for Wells Fargo & Company will provide a first-hand view of challenges encountered along with perspectives on addressing those challenges and, a look at what the future may present around this emerging area of regulatory focus.
Speaker: Adam Topkis, Head of the Third Party Corporate Risk Management Program, Wells Fargo & Company
Moderator: Jill M. Combs, Senior Vice President, Risk & Insurance Management, Wells Fargo & Company
|4:00 - 4:45 pm
The Tale of Duplicate Coverage
Oh the joy of discovering a situation that has the possibility of being covered under multiple policies and the decision making process of where to file a claim. This session will review circumstances experienced by Insured's on coverage matters addressed in multiple policies with differing terms, conditions and deductibles. What policy is the best choice, for example, when speaking on extortion? What policy is the best choice, for example, when speaking of in-transit loss? What policy is the best choice, for example when speaking of injury or death of an employee on business travel? Come to this session and discover what multiple coverage you may have and how best to address a claim.
Speaker: Brendan Arnott, Executive Field Underwriter, Chubb
Moderator: Susan Horsfall, VP, Corporate Operational Risk, Northern Trust Corporation
|6:30 - 9:30 pm
||Aon Networking Event|
All registered bankers are invited to attend