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Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Sessions


Tuesday, July 12

9:45 am–10:45 pm


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Risks To Do/Not Do Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence

Speaker

  • Barb Bergmeier

Whether your organization is just embarking on its artificial intelligence (“AI”) journey or is already well on its way, it is vital to establish an AI program that includes comprehensive yet adaptive governance, risk, and controls. This is important, as mistakes can be costly, and second chances are harder to come by. Attendees of this training will learn that AI involves a wide spectrum of technologies and is considered across a broad set of use cases which require a multidisciplinary team of resources with deep AI risk, control, and technical experience.


11:00 am–Noon


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Claims | ERM | IT | Policyholder Services & Underwriting

Managing the Great Resignation


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Join us for a panel discussion on “The Great Resignation” from three perspectives: Claims, Information Technology, and Policyholder Services & Underwriting. The discussion will focus on how these areas are changing to accommodate the risks and opportunities associated with employee turnover, including how the processes and management of these teams are evolving.



Wednesday, July 13

9:45 am–10:45 am


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Strategic Risks and Opportunities Facing State Funds

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As a result of the pandemic there has been a shift in our society and stakeholder expectations. Join our own AASCIF CEOs in a panel discussion around how some of these changes have affected strategy, risk appetite, employee expectations, market opportunities and more.



11:00 am–Noon


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ERM | Finance

Stress Testing Our Future

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Scenario tests measure the impact of events on the profitability and capital stability of carriers. The demands for scenario-testing from regulators and rating agencies has been increasing as carriers face greater uncertainty in today’s operating environment. This session will cover multiple selected systemic risk scenarios for workers’ compensation carriers, with test results for the segment showing volatility and return metrics for each scenario. The session will cover two systemic scenarios for 2022—“Inflationary Growth” and “Stagflation”—both of which may have significant implications for insurers. Understanding the impact of these events for capital management decisions is critical to ensuring that balance sheet strength is maintained to support strategic needs.