30th Annual Katie School Insurance Executive Forum
November 3, 2022
7:30 – 10:30 am
Union League Club
65 W. Jackson Boulevard
Topic: “Building Resiliency in the Face of Climate Change”
Businesses across the risk management and insurance sector are confronting significant challenges as the reality of climate change becomes more and more apparent. Increased property damage, supply chain disruptions, claims inflation, rising insurance prices, more regulatory oversight and environmental concerns have all resulted directly or indirectly from rising global temperatures. In response to evolving perils, businesses are encouraged to build resilient organizations, but what does that mean for companies and their insurance partners? To address this wide-ranging topic, we have assembled a group of industry experts to discuss the threats that climate change poses and how companies should respond.
7:30 a.m. Registration and coffee
8:15 a.m. Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Panel discussion with industry leaders and audience participation
10:30 a.m. Closing remarks
- Amy Green | Executive Vice President Gallagher Re North America
- Sean Kevelighan | President & CEO Insurance Information Institute
- Matt Junge | Senior Vice President, Head Property Treaty Underwriting, US Regional & National of Swiss Re
- Jennifer Pack | Vice President of Risk Management Hyatt Hotels Corporation
- Joe Petrelli | President Demotech
Moderator: Gavin Souter, Editor of Business Insurance.
Who Should Attend
- Insurance company CEOs, CFOs, managers, and underwriters who need to know what the competition is doing to meet the challenges that lie ahead.
- Risk managers who must anticipate future needs to protect the company’s assets and income against a broad array of risks associated with the business.
- Strategically oriented brokers who interface between buyers and sellers and need to be more knowledgeable about the future of the industry.
- Reinsurance brokers who seek to become the solution providers to the risks they are placing.
- Bankers and market analysts who need to keep pace with the changes and emerging trends in the insurance and risk management environment.