Conferences, Webinars, and Events
The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) has opened registration for its 2022 International Conference March 6–8, 2022, at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Hotel & Spa in Tucson, Arizona. The 2022 conference will include more than 25 educational sessions focused on timely captive insurance topics and best practices.
The Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) will be presenting its 2022 annual conference as a hybrid event on April 10–13 in San Francisco. Registration for the RIMS 2022 RISKWORLD event is now open for RIMS members and will open for nonmembers on December 1, 2021.
A key lesson of the COVID-19 pandemic is the need for resilience, and, as the world recovers from the crisis, the insurance industry can play an important role in helping businesses and societies build that resilience, according to several top insurance industry executives.
The Delaware Captive Insurance Association has announced the sessions and speakers for its upcoming in-person fall forum that will be held November 3–4 at the Hyatt Place Riverfront Hotel in Wilmington, Delaware. Delaware licensed 70 captive insurance companies in 2020.
As it continued to grow through the COVID-19 pandemic, the captive insurance industry demonstrated its value at helping captive parents manage challenging times, Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) President Dan Towle said at the association's Fall Forum this week. Still, captives face an identity crisis with some government officials.
Urbanization, digitization, and climate change are driving an evolution in systemic risks, and insurers must evolve to keep pace. Keeping up with evolving systemic risks will require new sorts of insurance leaders and new skills within insurance companies, said Evan Greenberg, chairman and chief executive officer of Chubb.
Two of the exposures emerging as among the most critical—and challenging—for many organizations are cyber risks and threats to intellectual property (IP). Naturally, as it has on so many aspects of life and business, the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on both cyber exposures and IP risks.