Agenda At-A-Glance

MAIN CONFERENCE

Day One, Monday, July 25, 2016

7:15
Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00
Co-Chairs’ Welcome

8:05
State Insurance Regulator and Examiner Perspectives and Priorities

10:10
Break

10:20
Special Address: Latest Developments with the NAIC’s Cybersecurity Task Force and the Progress of the Model Law

11:00
Insurers Speak Out on What Insurance Companies are Doing in Terms of Preparedness for a Cyber Event and an Examination of What the Role of the Compliance Departments Should Be

12:15
Networking Luncheon

1:15
Regulation of Big Data and Its Use by Insurance Companies in Underwriting, Claims Handling, and Pricing

2:25
Wave of the Future for the Compliance Professionals: Managing Compliance Risk Through Metrics Reporting, Data, Predictive Analytics and How Does It All Inform Legal
and Operational Risk?/td>

3:40
Break

3:50
Developments in Sanctions with Iran and Cuba

4:55
An Update on the Status of the Fiduciary Duty Rule: Issues Surrounding the Implementation of the Rule and Impact on the Current Products

6:00
Conference Adjourns to Day Two

MAIN CONFERENCE

Day Two, Tuesday, July 26, 2016

7:30
Continental Breakfast

8:00
A Focus on the International Developments with Respect to Covered Agreements/Reinsurance Collateral, Solvency II Equivalence, Systemic Risk, Corporate Governance, and ComFrame

9:15
Status of the Price Optimization Debate: What is NAIC Doing, What Have the States Said Recently, and Does Price Optimization Violate States’ Anti-Discriminatory and Unfair Trade Practices Standards?

10:15
Break

10:25
Developments in Natural Catastrophe Coverage: Climate Change Developments, Flood Insurance Implementation, Earthquake Insurance and a Look at the Effect on Property and Liability Risk Insurance Companies are Undertaking

11:35
The Latest on the Insurance Capital Standards Front Both Internationally as well as Domestically?

12:30
Conference Ends – Lunch for Workshop Participants

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

1:45 – 3:45
(Registration opens 1:15;
separate registration required)

Developing the Most Efficient AML and OFAC Compliance Procedures to Improve Your Company’s Competitiveness