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Executive Roundtable Registration is Open

May 24, 2021 4:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The annual Executive and Board Roundtable (virtual) is now open for registration with a tremendous line-up of speakers and topics critical to company operations.  Highlights include:

  • Jerry Theodorou, Director, Finance, Insurance and Trade, R Street, is presenting on the pandemic and the start of a new administration in Washington.  The Biden administration is reshaping P&C insurers’ public policy agendas. In an interactive session, Jerry Theodorou will share issues the R Street Institute team is working on that impact insurers. These include risk-based pricing, deteriorating tort trends, catastrophe risk mitigation, and court attempts to reinterpret policy wordings.

  • Industry experts will be discussing the latest updates on Business interruption litigation in Pennsylvania and pst-Covid Back to Work issues important to your operations.

  • Brown Schultz, Sheridan & Fritz will provide higher-level insight into industry performance metrics to help board members understand the numbers behind the financial and operational performance.

  • Roundtable Discussion- “PAMIC's Development: Past, Present, and Future.  What Do You Want And Need From PAMIC?” Moderator by John K. Smith, President & CEO, Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company. PAMIC's three foundational pillars are Education, Advocacy, and Networking, which serve the membership well.  This roundtable discussion is to catalog how PAMIC can continue to be a viable tool to help our industry thrive.  We will focus on what PAMIC is currently doing, what PAMIC should consider doing in the future, and eliminate functions that may not be viable in today's economy.  Please feel free to submit any focus points you would like to hear about during this session upon registering.

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