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International RM conference set for Monte Carlo.

To help ease risk managers into the realities of a global marketplace, the European Association of Risk Managers (AEAI) and Risk and Insurance Management Society Inc. are once again cosponsoring an international risk management conference and trade show in Monte Carlo.

The Risk Management Forum, set for Oct. 13-16 at the Monte Carlo Convention Center and adjacent Loews Hotel, will feature sessions, offered or simultaneously translated in English, French, German and Spanish, on environmental trends, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, global health and safety legislation and global loss control standards. Other highlights include updates on the Asia/Pacific region, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe and a multinational risk manager roundtable.

The conference will also cover insurance industry topics, including the factors that drive the market, insurance broker and reinsurance trends and global policies. In addition, a series of sessions on sharpening management skills will cover how trends in demographics and biotechnology may affect risk management, what senior management expects and becoming a member of the strategic planning team.

Additional sessions will cover risk management skills. Topics include new uses and new domiciles for captives, major catastrophe management, complex claim preparation and cumulative injury claims management.

Industry sessions will provide a forum for exchanging ideas relating to the chemical, pharmaceutical, energy, electronics, financial services, aviation/aerospace, food services and consumer products/retailers sectors.

For those new to risk management, a RIMS course, Techniques of Risk Management, will be held during two half-day sessions on Oct. 12 and Oct. 13.

The trade show will feature products and services from firms active in European and North American markets. Receptions on Sunday and Tuesday evenings will be hosted by AEAI and RIMS and the Principality of Monaco, respectively. Registration fees are FF5,400 for risk managers, FF2,500 for professors and students and FF7,600 for others. Payment, in French francs only, may be made by check or bank transfer as specified in the registration materials.

Programs, registration forms and exhibitor brochures are available from the RIMS Conference Department, 205 E. 42nd St., New York, NY 10017; (212) 286-9292.
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Title Annotation:risk management
Publication:Risk Management
Date:Mar 1, 1991
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