Concurrent Sessions

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

10:30 – 11:45 a.m.

Session 1A: Does Jet Fuel Hedging really work? An Airline Fuel Hedging Case Study

Session 1B: Capitalizing on Opportunity: How an Increased Focus on Operational Risk Helped Build an ERM Framework

Session 1C: Actuarial Professional Risk Management

Session 1D: The Risk of Suboptimal Risk Disclosures

Session 1E: Emerging Risks—Dealing with the Future

Session 1F: Illuminating Interconnectedness & Contagion: A Proactive Approach

Session 1G: A New Role of ERM as an Independent Function: A Case in Point from Malaysia

3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Session 2A: Satisfying the ORSA Requirements

Session 2B: Mexico’s Challenges Implementing the New Law of Insurance and Bonds Institutions

Session 2C: Case Studies in Risk Governance

Session 2D: Improving Your Risk IQ: How a Public Sector Organization Increased, and Capitalized on, its Risk Intelligence

Session 2E: Responding to Complexity with Complexity—A Continuation

Session 2F: Big Data, Systemic Risk and the U.S. Intelligence Community

Session 2G: Operational Perspectives on ERM

Wednesday, April 24, 2012

9:45 – 11:00 a.m.

Session 3A: Using ERM to improve Financial Management: Canada and US Case Studies

Session 3B: Enabling ERM through Internal Audit

Session 3C: Enhancing Board-Management Dialogue on Risk

Session 3D: Risk Management in a Low Interest Rate Environment

Session 3E: Stories of Risk Culture: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

Session 3F: Economic Capital Modeling in Action

Session 3G: Measuring & Monitoring ERM

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

Session 4A: Enterprise Risk Management in Financial Intermediation

Session 4B: Applying Complexity and Network Analysis to Enhance Stress Tests

Session 4C: Culture: The Key to an Effective ERM Program

Session 4D: Economic Scenario Generators for ERM in Insurance

Session 4E: Managing Risk Data across the Enterprise

Session 4F: Optimal Growth and Correlation Analysis for P&C Insurance Companies

Session 4G: Institutionalizing ERM