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CICA Annual International Conference

March 8-10; Orlando, FL

The 34th Annual International Conference of the Captive Insurance Companies Association will feature representatives from more than 400 captive insurers and risk retention groups, which represent 40 states and 13 countries. This year's event will showcase sessions focusing on compliance benchmarking for captives, corporate governance, the domicile selection process, formulating captive investment strategies and funding employee benefits. An opening presentation by "Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic is also scheduled.

Contact: 952.928.4655

www.cicaworld.com

Client and Insurance Broker Relations

March 9-10; Vancouver, BC

This workshop will benefit risk professionals who seek to improve their understanding and working relationship between the risk manager and insurance broker. It covers the role of the broker, account servicing, the bidding process and other risk management services. It concludes with the subjects of broker compensation and the evaluation of broker performance. Credit for the RIMS Fellow designation will be given.

Contact: 212.655.6212

www.RIMS.orgy/education

Claims Management

March 23 - 24; Indianapolis

RIMS Professional Development presents this newly developed course that is intended to provide attendees with the latest strategies for effective claims management and administration. During this two-day workshop, the instructors will demonstrate how any organization can better manage claims and improve the return on investment of claims processing. Legal principles, the role of the claims professional and the role of the risk manager will all be discussed.

Contact: 212.655.6212

www.RIMS. org/education

Developing and Implementing a Captive Insurance Company

March 27 - 28; Kansas City, MO

This workshop presented by RIMS Professional Development will provide the essentials you need to know for each step of the way during the captive process, from captive consideration to formation and implementation. Attendees will also be brought up-to-date on all current and pressing captive issues in the industry, and will be able to return to their office with all the knowledge and tools necessary to form a captive insurance company. Credit for the RIMS Fellow designation will be given.

Contact: 212. …

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