NCCI to get Connected with 2002 Annual Issues Symposium

April 2, 2002

NCCI Holdings, Inc. has announced its agenda for the 2002 Annual Issues Symposium (AIS), May 9-10 in Orlando, Fla.

NCCI’s Annual Issues Symposium brings together experts in the workers’ compensation field for two days of detailed industry and economic analysis.

This year’s symposium, themed “Get Connected,” features a wide variety of insurance industry experts speaking on topics important to the workers’ comp insurance industry. Of special note this year will be industry reaction from the 2001 terrorist attacks on America—including an industry research breakout session that will focus on the development of new catastrophe models to allow insurers to more accurately price for contingencies such as terrorist attacks or earthquakes.

As always, the symposium will begin with NCCI’s State of the Line presentation, offering the latest combined ratio numbers for the workers’ comp industry and a broad overview of market economics. This year’s State of the Line will also detail how the 2001 terrorist attacks affected the economics of the workers’ comp market.

Among speakers confirmed for this year’s AIS are:—Greg Serio, New York State Insurance Commissioner—Mike Pickens, Arkansas Insurance Commissioner; Vice President, National Association of Insurance Commissioners—CNN’s The Capital Gang featuring journalists Bob Novak, Margaret Carlson, Kate O’Beirne, and Al Hunt Featured AIS panel discussions will cover the investment outlook for the industry, the status of the reinsurance market, and the economic outlook for 2002.

Complete agenda and speaker information—as well registration information—can be found at by clicking the “Get Connected” graphic.

Topics Workers' Compensation Market

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