3rd International Advanced Forum on

Run-Off and Commutations

Thursday, October 28, 2004

About

The numbers speak for themselves: run-off liabilities are now estimated at nearly $300 billion and may soon rise to $600 billion. With more and more insurers making the decision to discontinue business using run-off as their exit strategy, failure to grasp the attendant challenges can mean disaster for an insurer or run-off company. To succeed in this new environment, you need the most up-to-date information on innovative approaches and targeted techniques.

American Conference Institute has specifically tailored this 3rd International Advanced Forum on Run-Off and Commutations to provide you with current strategies for handling today's challenging run-off issues.

Contents & Contributors

About

The numbers speak for themselves: run-off liabilities are now estimated at nearly $300 billion and may soon rise to $600 billion. With more and more insurers making the decision to discontinue business using run-off as their exit strategy, failure to grasp the attendant challenges can mean disaster for an insurer or run-off company. To succeed in this new environment, you need the most up-to-date information on innovative approaches and targeted techniques.

American Conference Institute has specifically tailored this 3rd International Advanced Forum on Run-Off and Commutations to provide you with current strategies for handling today's challenging run-off issues.

Contents & Contributors

RUN-OFF & COMMUTATION LANDSCAPE
Clement S. Dwyer, URSA Advisors

THE RUN-OFF LANDSCAPE: LATEST TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS
Clement S. Dwyer, URSA Advisors
Jamie Smith, Deloitte & Touche LLP
David Robb, Heritage Holdings

THE RUN-OFF MARKET: LATEST TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS UK PERSPECTIVE
Jamie Smith, Deloitte & Touche LLP

LABORING IN THE RUN-OFF TRENCHES
John Cuff, Alea North America

TIPS, TRAPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR RUN-OFF MANAGEMENT
Beth Rees, Mazars

TRANSITIONING FROM AN ONGOING BUSINESS TO A SOLVENT RUN-OFF
Andrew N. Rothseid, PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Restructuring Services LLP

RUN-OFF BROKER'S ROLE
Laird (Larry) R. Criner, Guy Carpenter & Co. Inc.

OVERCOMING CLAIMES HANDLING CHALLENGES IN THE RUN-OFF ENVIRONMENT
Gordon Hwang, LaBoef, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP

RESOLVING INSOLVENT RUN-OFF CLAIMS
Don J. Mros, Chadbourne & Parke LLP

CHAPTERS FROM CROSS-FRONTIER INSOLVENCY OF INSURANCE COMPANIES
Don J. Mros, Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Howard Seife, Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Francisco Vazquez, Chadbourne & Park LLP
David M. Rain, Chadbourne & Park LLP

INSURANCE INSOLVENCY IN THE UK: IN A STATE OF FLUX
Michael S. Walker, KPMG LLP

U.S. ASBESTOS LIABILITY
Frederic Gindraux, Swiss Re

SOME REGULATORY ISSUES FOR BERMUDA RUN-OFFS
Stephen M. Leonard, Attride-Stirling & Woloniecki

MANAGING RUN-OFF IN TODAY'S GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
Julian T. Ward, JTW Reinsurance Consultants

PRE-HEARING SECURITY IN REINSURANCE ARBITRATIONS
James A. Shanman, Edwards & Angell, LLP
David N. Stone, Edwards & Angell, LLP

UK SCHEMES OF ARRANGEMENT: THE STORY SO FAR
Paul Evans, PricewaterhouseCoopers

CREDITOR PROTECTION UNDER THE RHODE ISLAND SOLVENT RUN-OFF PLAN
Frank. N. Ray, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder

COMMUTATION OF REINSURANCE AGREEMENTS: EXCHANGING ONE CONTRACT FOR ANOTHER
James Veach, Mound Cotton Wollen & Greengrass

COMMUTING TO AN EARLY EXIT (FROM A REINSURANCE CONTRACT)
David A. Thirkill, RiverStone Reinsurance Services

TO COMMUTE OR NOT TO COMMUTE, THAT IS THE QUESTION
Larry P. Schiffer, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP

AMERICAN CONFERENCE INSTITUTE 3RD INTERNATIONAL ADVANCED FORUM ON RUN-OFF AND COMMUTATIONS
James W. Schacht, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP



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