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Public Risk Management Association Annual Conference

June 10 -13; Boston

This year's PRIMA annual conference will feature educational sessions on risk management topics such as management and administration; safety and loss control; risk financing; school risk management and-new for 2007-employee benefits. The annual conference attracts over 150 companies featuring vendors with risk management products and services including safety, workers comp, finance, insurance and training.

Contact: 703.253.1263

www.prinuicentral.org

Enterprise Risk Management for the Advanced Practitioner

June 14-15; Dallas

This workshop goes beyond risk identification, quantification and mapping to examine various value drivers and suggests ways that ERM can be utilized to create new measurable value. The workshop also presents brand impairment from an ERM perspective, which serves as a model approach for other nontraditional operational and strategic risks within your organization. Credit for the RIMS Fellow designation will be given.

Contact: 212.655.6212

www.RIMS.org/eilucation

Client and Insurance Broker Relations

June 14-15; Washington, DC

This two-day program will greatly benefit risk professionals who seek to improve their understanding of the relationship between the risk manager and insurance broker. It covers the role of the broker assessing client needs, finding insurance coverage, and supporting the management of insurance programs and claims administration. It examines renewals, account servicing, the bidding process and miscellaneous risk management services. It concludes with a review of broker compensation and the evaluation of broker performance. Credit for the RIMS Fellow designation will be given.

Contact: 212.655.6212

www.RIMS.org/education

2007 Western States Surplus Lines Conference

June 19-23; Scottsdale, Arizona

At this five-day event, representatives from Wellington Specialty, XL Excess & Surplus Lines, Colony Insurance Company, Scottsdale Insurance Company, Natuilus Company and Markel Southwest Underwriters will participate in a panel discussion on the state of surplus lines carriers. Arizona Insurance Director Christina Urias will also address conferencegoers to share her unique insight.

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