The International Association of Claim Professionals (IACP) has
announced that its Annual New York Conference will be held on Thursday,
May 30, 2013 at the Union League Club in Midtown Manhattan.
Edward Quinn, Jr., the New York Program Committee Chair and an IACP
Board Member has confirmed the following speakers and topics for this
cutting edge program, which addresses many of the issues facing claim
and insurance professionals today.
Emergence of the Middle Class: Will
Microinsurance Play a Role? – Joan M. Lamm-Tennant, Ph.D.,
Global Chief Economist and Risk Strategist, Guy Carpenter & Co., LLC
Extreme Weather: Always Been Part of the Normal
– Joseph Bastardi, Chief Forecaster, Accuweather
Negotiating with the Big Boys – Ed
Hochuli, NFL Referee, Partner – Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, PLC
Social Media – “Being Wrong When You’re Right”
– Mercedes Colwin, Managing Partner, New York City Office, Gordon &
Rees and Allen W. Cohen, Partner, Cohen & Greene
Recovery Actions in China – J. Ryan
Hemingway, Partner, Chief Representative, Shanghai Representative
Office, Clausen Miller
Scott Carmilani, President and Chief Executive Officer of Allied World
Assurance Company will provide the keynote address.
The Conference will open at approximately 8:30 a.m. Following the
Conference a reception will be available in order for participants to
network among their peers.
To register for the IACP New York Conference, please visit the IACP
website at www.iaclpro.com.
IACP was formed in 1971 as an excess and surplus lines insurance claims
organization, to provide a forum for claims professionals to enhance
their knowledge base through continuing education programs, to enable
industry professionals to exchange ideas on issues, trends and build
relationships and networks with other claims professionals in the
Over the years, the Association grew to an international network of the
most senior insurance claims professionals from around the world
involved in claims management, reinsurance, primary insurance and
run-offs who strive to enhance the development and professionalism of
its membership, raise the standards of good practice and maintain an
integrity and degree of excellence in the industry that exceeds today’s
For more information about the IACP, please contact Susan Barros,
Executive Administrator for the IACP, c/o The Beaumont Group at
973-941-6024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.