An impressive lineup of experts will present their views and comments on what may be in store for the industry at the sixth annual Property/Casualty Insurance Joint Industry Forum to be held January 15-16, 2002 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.
The Forum was created to provide property/casualty insurance and reinsurance company leaders with an opportunity to meet with each other in discussion of topics of general interest. This year’s edition features an address by former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft. His analysis should be especially pertinent in light of the exceptional events of 2001. Conference Chairman Richard E. Cavanagh will also address those attending the Forum.
A panel of leading experts will discuss how they see the future of the property/casualty industry. Participants include Kenneth A. Froot, professor of Business Administration, Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business; Robert E. Litan, vice president and director of Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution; Michael S. Pritula, director, McKinsey & Company; and Alice Schroeder, managing director, Morgan Stanley. Sean F. Mooney, chief economist and research director for Guy Carpenter & Company, Inc., will moderate the panel.
Another panel composed of leading industry figures including, Raymond Barrette, chairman and chief executive officer, OneBeacon Insurance Group; Edmund F. Kelly, chairman, president and chief executive officer, Liberty Mutual; David B. Mathis, chairman and chief executive officer, Kemper Insurance Companies; and Ronald R. Pressman, chairman, president and chief executive officer, GE Employers Reinsurance Corporation. Lawrence G.
Brandon, president emeritus, American Institute for CPCU Insurance Institute of America will moderate the panel.
For more information on the Forum, contact Loretta Worters at 212-346-5545 or email@example.com.
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