The Premier Legal and Strategic Event on

Insurance Insolvency

Strategies for Overcoming Business, Legal and Regulatory Hurdles When Dealing With Insolvent Insurance Entities

Monday, November 14, 2005

About


Do you have the up-to-the-minute information and strategies you need to do business with an insolvent partner?

The ripple effect from several large-scale insolvencies has spurred reconsideration of traditional business practices and serious discussions of reform. In this evolving environment, you need creative solutions to make a claim, structure an agreement or conduct business with a partner facing insolvency.

ACI's Legal and Strategic publication on Insurance Insolvency will give you the knowledge you need to come out ahead despite the insolvency or potential insolvency. Gain practical guidance from leading practitioners, regulators and representatives from guaranty funds on:*
  • Pursuing reinsurance claims with an insolvent partner
  • Implications for your business when business partners avoid the formal insolvency process
  • Protecting your interests when engaged in reinsurance claims handling or collections with an insolvent insurer
  • What preparations you should make for changing rules relating to insolvency
  • How foreign debtors can meet the challenges of a cross-border insolvency
  • Arbitrating your dispute with a company in receivership
Don't miss this rare opportunity to benefit from their experience and perspective.



*American Conference Institute cannot guarantee that every presentation will be included in the publication.

Contents & Contributors

About


Do you have the up-to-the-minute information and strategies you need to do business with an insolvent partner?

The ripple effect from several large-scale insolvencies has spurred reconsideration of traditional business practices and serious discussions of reform. In this evolving environment, you need creative solutions to make a claim, structure an agreement or conduct business with a partner facing insolvency.

ACI's Legal and Strategic publication on Insurance Insolvency will give you the knowledge you need to come out ahead despite the insolvency or potential insolvency. Gain practical guidance from leading practitioners, regulators and representatives from guaranty funds on:*
  • Pursuing reinsurance claims with an insolvent partner
  • Implications for your business when business partners avoid the formal insolvency process
  • Protecting your interests when engaged in reinsurance claims handling or collections with an insolvent insurer
  • What preparations you should make for changing rules relating to insolvency
  • How foreign debtors can meet the challenges of a cross-border insolvency
  • Arbitrating your dispute with a company in receivership
Don't miss this rare opportunity to benefit from their experience and perspective.



*American Conference Institute cannot guarantee that every presentation will be included in the publication.

Contents & Contributors


OVERVIEW OF THE LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE GUARANTY SYSTEM
William O'Sullivan, National Organization of Life & Health Insurance Guaranty Associations

PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE GUARANTY ASSOCIATIONS: HOW DOES THE SAFETY NET WORK?
Alan N. Gamse, Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, P.C.

COLLECTING ON REINSURANCE CLAIMS FROM AN INSOLVENT PARTNER
William Barbagallo, New York Liquidation Bureau
Jody S. Hall, New York Liquidation Bureau
Austin Thornton, American Re-Insurance Company
Keith Kaplan, Reliance Insurance Co.

REINSURANCE ARBITRATIONS IN RECEIVERSHIPS: AN ARBITRATOR'S PERSPECTIVE
Robert M. Hall, ARIAS-U.S. Certified Umpire and Arbitrator

SOLVENT RUN-OFF CASE STUDY: THE MIIX EXPERIENCE
Holly C. Bakke, New Jersey Guaranty Association

RUN-OFF EXIT STRATEGIES AND SCHEMES OF ARRANGEMENT
Philip Singer, Tawa Management Limited

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS TO CHANGE THE INSOLVENCY PROCESS: HOW IRMA IMPACTS RECEIVERS
Douglas L. Hertlein, Ohio Insurance Liquidator Office

INSURANCE INSOLVENCY GUARANTY ASSOCIATIONS REACTION TO SMART & IRMA
Edward B. Wallis, National Conference of Insurance Guaranty Funds

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS TO CHANGE THE INSOLVENCY PROCESS
Matthew T. Wulf, Reinsurance Association of America

MAXIMIZING RECOVERY IN CROSS-BORDER INSOLVENCIES: THE AFIA CEDENTS AND THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
Dennis G. LaGory, Schiff Hardin LLP

UK SCHEMES OF ARRANGEMENT
David Coupe, Ince & Co.

BEHIND THE NUMBERS: USING ACCOUNTING AND ACTUARIAL DATA TO BOLSTER YOUR POSITION WHEN CONDUCTING BUSINESS WITH AN INSOLVENT COMPANY
Frederick J. Kohm, Smart and Associates, LLP
Timothy Stalker, Nelson Levine deLuca and Horst



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