Evaluations

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Overall Symposium Evaluation

ERM Seminars Evaluation

Tuesday March 15 General and Concurrent Session Evaluations

General Sessions

General Session I

General Session II Evaluation

General Session III Evaluation

Concurrent Sessions

11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Capturing Risk Appetite through ERM – Implementation Challenges Evaluation

Integrating ERM into Strategic Planning and Company Culture: A Case Study Evaluation

Managing Risks in Incentive Compensation Plans Evaluation

Optimal Layers for Cat Reinsurance & Investment and Reinsurance Counterparty Risk Evaluation

Systemic Risk: Financial Reform–Too Little or Too Much, On-Track or Off-Course? Evaluation

The Next Challenge in the Evolution of Portfolio Management: Accounting for Liquidity in Pricing and Risk Assessment Evaluation

A Universal Language for ERM – Is it Possible? Evaluation

Wall Street Demons – Macroeconomics, Math and Human Behavior Evaluation

2:15 – 3:30 pm

Anticipating Black Swans Evaluation

Company and Regulator Best Practices for Enterprise Risk Management – State Farm’s View Evaluation

Economic Capital for ERM Some Practical Challenges and Ways to Overcome Them Evaluation

ERM: Practical Issues for the Smaller Company Evaluation

Integrating Risk and Performance Management: A case study Evaluation

Managing Personal Wealth in Volatile Markets An ERM Approach Evaluation

Call for Papers: Diversity in Risk Assessment Evaluation

Risk Culture Starts with Leadership Evaluation

Wednesday March 16 General and Concurrent Session Evaluations

General Sessions

General Session 4 Evaluation

General Session 5 Evaluation

Concurrent Sessions

9:45 – 11:00 am

Behavioral Economists vs. Cultural Theorists: The Human Element of ERM

Continuous Controls Monitoring – Futuristic Approach to Enterprise Risk Management

Insurance Investment Practices during an Economic Downturn

Leveraging Financial Data for Enterprise Risk Management

Ten Key ERM Criteria: Best Practices for Benchmarking an ERM Program

When Swans are Gray: The New Paradigm of Risk Management

Call for Papers: Extreme Events Stress and Resiliency Testing

11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Best Credit Risk Management Practices in Insurance, Banking and Other Financial Services Industries

Cross Pollination of Modeling Techniques

Deriving Value from ERM: The Process of Embedding

Emerging Risks

Enterprise Risk Management for Decision-Making and Tracking for Insurance Companies

Call for Papers: Strategic Risk, Value Creation, Risk Indices, and the Cost of Capital

VA Product Design: Creating Value Through ERM