Second International Conference on

Finite Risk Reinsurance

Ensuring Your Transactions Withstand Regulatory Scrutiny

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

About

This is a must attend event for anyone involved in the non-traditional reinsurance space

Across the world, the insurance industry is moving swiftly to address the concerns raised by regulators surrounding finite and structured risk reinsurance. Although finite and structured risk reinsurance have received heightened scrutiny from media and market participants, industry leaders and commentators alike say that finite and structured reinsurance is a viable product and is here to stay.

Back by popular demand, the American Conference Institute has developed a publication on Finite Risk Reinsurance: Ensuring Your Transactions Withstand Regulatory Scrutiny, to get you up to speed on the latest developments, at home and abroad. This up-to-date publication will provide you with cutting-edge industry initiatives, strategies and practical advice you need to avoid stepping into alleged wrongdoing when purchasing, selling or structuring finite risk reinsurance deals.

Senior regulators and enforcement officials will provide guidance about government priorities, the implications of industry investigations, and the status of regulation of finite and structured risk reinsurance. Leading attorneys and senior executives from major companies will impart practical guidance on how to stay on the right side of the law through information on:
  • Developing regulations and guidelines
  • Provisions for finite reinsurance and special-purpose vehicles
  • Incorporating underwriting and timing risk when measuring risk transfer in deals
  • Ensuring a clean set of work papers supporting your structured risk transaction to avoid costly consequences

Contents & Contributors

About

This is a must attend event for anyone involved in the non-traditional reinsurance space

Across the world, the insurance industry is moving swiftly to address the concerns raised by regulators surrounding finite and structured risk reinsurance. Although finite and structured risk reinsurance have received heightened scrutiny from media and market participants, industry leaders and commentators alike say that finite and structured reinsurance is a viable product and is here to stay.

Back by popular demand, the American Conference Institute has developed a publication on Finite Risk Reinsurance: Ensuring Your Transactions Withstand Regulatory Scrutiny, to get you up to speed on the latest developments, at home and abroad. This up-to-date publication will provide you with cutting-edge industry initiatives, strategies and practical advice you need to avoid stepping into alleged wrongdoing when purchasing, selling or structuring finite risk reinsurance deals.

Senior regulators and enforcement officials will provide guidance about government priorities, the implications of industry investigations, and the status of regulation of finite and structured risk reinsurance. Leading attorneys and senior executives from major companies will impart practical guidance on how to stay on the right side of the law through information on:
  • Developing regulations and guidelines
  • Provisions for finite reinsurance and special-purpose vehicles
  • Incorporating underwriting and timing risk when measuring risk transfer in deals
  • Ensuring a clean set of work papers supporting your structured risk transaction to avoid costly consequences

Contents & Contributors


ENSURING YOUR TRANSACTIONS WITHSTAND REGULATORY SCRUTINY
Diana M. Chafey, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP

NEW INSURANCE AND ACCOUNTING GUIDELINES AFFECTING FUTURE STRUCTURED RISK REINSURANCE DEALS
Bryan Fuller, National Association of Insurance Commissioners

HOW TO EVALUATE, MEASURE AND ENSURE "REASONABLE AND SIGNIFICANT" RISK TRANSFER
Bruce D. Fell, Towers Perrin

ACCOUNTING FOR AND DISCLOSING RISK TRANSFER IN YOUR FINANCIALS: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE
Geoffrey Etherington, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP

ACCOUNTING FOR AND DISCLOSING RISK TRANSFER
Richard H. Hershman, FTI Consulting, Inc.

BEST PRACTICES FOR DEAL DOCUMENTATION AND CREATING A SOLID AUDIT TRAIL
Kenneth Wylie, Sidley Austin LLP (Chicago, IL)

ENSURING YOUR TRANSACTIONS WITHSTAND REGULATORY SCRUTINY
Sandra G. Blundetto, U.S. RE Companies, Inc.

IMPLEMENTING INTERNAL CONTROLS FOR STRUCTURED REINSURANCE DEALS
David Raim, Chadbourne & Parke LLP

CONDUCTING DUE DILIGENCE ON YOUR COUNTERPARTIES
Carl H. Groth, Deloitte & Touche LLP

IMPACT OF INCREASED CAPACITY ON TRADITIONAL VERSUS NON-TRADITIONAL REINSURANCE PRODUCTS
David Lines, Appleby Spurling Hunter

DEFINING THE DIFFERENCES: FINITE AND STRUCTURED RISK (RE) INSURANCE VERSUS TRADITIONAL REINSURANCE
Andrew J. Barile, Andrew Barile Consulting Corporation, Inc.

FINITE REINSURANCE INVESTIGATIONS: WHAT ISSUES ARE MOST IMPORTANT TO THE SEC AND DOJ?
Tom Hanusik, Crowell & Moring LLP



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