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OCTOBER 7-11
NOVEMBER 18-22
SAN FRANCISCO

OCTOBER 21-25
NOVEMBER 11-15
CHICAGO


OCTOBER 28-NOVEMBER 1

NEW YORK

RIMS WEEK

This week-long RIMS event will be held for the benefit of all risk professionals looking to update or expand their knowledge of risk management. Participants are given the option of choosing which days they attend with a broad range of programs to choose from: business continuity planning, commercial liability insurance, commercial property insurance, an overview of enterprise risk management, insurance broker roles and capabilities, and insurance company solvency and captives. Continuing education credits will be given for brokers and agents in New York and New Jersey, with credit approval pending in California and Illinois. Contact: 212-655-6221 or pd@rims.org.

OCTOBER 15-16

ALEXANDRIA, VA

IQPC 7TH ANNUAL INTERNET CRIME SYMPOSIUM

The International Quality & Productivity Center presents this two-day event to address the ever-growing risk of Internet crime. A special session will be given by Andy Purdy, senior advisor, IT security & privacy for the President's critical Infrastructure Protection Board, explaining the federal government's strategy to secure cyberspace. Other sessions will include: protecting commerce against online fraud, ensuring business continuity in financial services and capturing information about the blackhat community, which will reveal insights into the mind and methods of the Internet criminal. Presentations will be given by members of the U.S. Department of Justice, the London Internet Exchange, the High Tech Crime Network and the director of cyberdefense at AT&T Corporation. Contact: 800.882.8684 or www.iqpc.com

OCTOBER 22-23

NEW YORK

THE 2002 CONFERENCE ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

The Conference Board hosts this program, subtitled "Developing Effective Strategies That Will Work for Assessing and Managing Risk," which is designed for corporate executives dealing with company wide risk management. Communicating enterprise risk management to the board, reputation risk, managing risk proactively, and defining and quantifying risk will all be highlighted. Individual sessions include crisis management, a case study in managing privacy risk proactively, using scenario planning effectively, enabling technology to manage risk and integrating risk throughout the organization. Contact: 212.339.0345 or www.conference-board.org.

OCTOBER 31-NOVEMBER 1

SINGAPORE

PMI's 2002 PROJECT RISK AND COST MANAGEMENT: How TO PREVENT BUSINESS/PROJECT DISASTER

This program is intended for risk professionals, managing executives and other decision makers who lead projects and need to minimize costs. Major areas to be covered include project risk management, cost management, procurement management and time management. Special focus will also be given to noninsurance risk management, learning a structured approach to risk, integrating projects with business objectives and project contingency. Contact: edcord@prni.org or www.pmi.org.

OCTOBER 31-NOVEMBER 1

HUNTINGTON, NEW YORK

RISK AND INSURANCE BENEFITS CONFERENCE

The Long Island Chapter of RIMS is sponsoring this inaugural, two-day conference. In attendance will be company presidents, CFOs, CIOs, board of director members and RIMS chapter members from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The conference will focus on various issues affecting risk, insurance and benefits, and include informative programs on elementary, intermediate and advanced topics. Among the invited speakers are William Kelly, former president of RIMS and current vice president of Willis, and Greg Serio, head of the New York State Insurance Department. Contact: Mary Daniels, 631.277.3793 or mdanie@suffolk.lib.ny.us.

NOVEMBER 3-7

SAN FRANCISCO

ACORD's NOVEMBER SUBCOMMITTEE WEEK

Over 200 insurance and reinsurance representatives will join standards subcommittees and working groups to develop standards and move toward adoption through a democratic voting process. Throughout the week, the ACORD standards steering committees will evaluate and vote on every industry proposal to add to or change standards. Attendees will have the opportunity to review drafts of proposed new standards or specifications; request for revisions to existing standards or specifications; and advise the steering committees on any standards-related matter, including the need for new or revised standards or specifications. Contact: Susan Savino, ssavino@acord.org or www.accord.org/events.

NOVEMBER 14-15

ATLANTA

RIMS TECHNIQUES OF RISK MANAGEMENT

This classroom course is designed for professionals new to risk management and can also serve as a comprehensive review of fundamentals. A broad range of subject matter will deal with the risk management process, risk administration, risk assessment, risk control and risk financing. Contact: pd@rims.org or www.rims.org.
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