Milliman consultant Mike Meehan will participate in a panel discussion during the Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) 2019 Annual Conference. The panel entitled “Utilizing a Captive as a Talent Retention Tool” will also feature Crowe’s Daniel Kusaila and Marsh’s Anne Marie Towle. The panelists will discuss how organizations can use a captive to offer employees lifestyle benefits as part of a retention strategy.
The VCIA conference will be held August 5-8 in Burlington, Vermont. For more information, click here.
Milliman is a sponsor at Advisen’s 2019 Cyber Risk Insights Conference. The conference will be held at the Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile in Chicago on May 16. The one-day event will feature leading risk professionals discussing the latest threats, regulations, and business implications related to cyber risk.
If you would like to set up a meet-and-greet with one of our cyber risk consultants, please contact Aaron Swan.
On Monday, March 11, Milliman consultant Mike Meehan will participate in a panel discussion focusing on captive best practices at the Captive Insurance Companies Association’s 2019 International Conference. The panel, entitled “Best Practices for Forming and Operating a Captive,” will also feature EWI Risk Services’ Steve McElhiney, Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance’s Timothy Padovese, and JLT Insurance Management’s Anne Marie Towle.
The panelists will discuss the lessons they have learned from the various stages of a captive’s life cycle and describe how they’ve developed best practices based on their experiences. “I look forward to presenting with such a great group of recognized industry thought leaders, as we share our expertise as it relates to both single parent and group captive programs,” said Meehan.
The conference will be held from March 10-12 in Tucson, Arizona. For more information, click here.
Please join me at Perrin Conferences’ National Construction Defect Conference November 16-18 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Fort Lauderdale. I’ll be speaking on a panel entitled “Simulated Courtroom Daubert Challenge.”
The conference will host speakers and panel discussions covering topics such as “An Update on Complex Construction Cases – A Multi-State and Risk Industry Perspective,” “Deconstructing the Mansion,” and “The Insurance Coverage Landscape.”
In addition to its educational program, the conference will offer valuable networking opportunities. For more information, click here.
On Thursday, October 18, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) will host a forum featuring industry and thought leaders discussing the urgent need to work together to identify solutions for bridging the flood insurance gap.
Millions of families and businesses are underinsured or uninsured for natural catastrophes. Hurricanes Michael and Florence are yet another reminder that policymakers, insurers, thought leaders, and consumers need to work together to identify solutions to bridge the flood insurance gap. The discussion will focus on solutions to prevent this devastating and catastrophic trend from continuing.
Don Griffin, Department Vice President of Policy Research and International, PCI
Scott Giberson, Principal of Flood Compliance, CoreLogic John Rollins, Actuary, Milliman
Michael Lyons, President and CEO, Weston Insurance Holdings Corporation
Forum on “Flood Insurance: Bridging the Gap”
Thursday, October 18, 12:00 p.m. ET
2247 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC
Media should rsvp to Eileen.Gilligan@pciaa.net
Milliman consultant Madeline Johnson, CMB, will speak at the 2017 MBA Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum this September in Miami, Florida. She is scheduled to speak at the session entitled “QC for Purchase Markets” on Monday, September 25.
The three-day forum will be held from September 24 to 26. For more information on the talk and forum, click here.
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