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Business Insurance Announces its 2013 Risk Management Summit & Innovation Awards Winners

CHICAGO, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Business Insurance today announced their 2013 Risk Management Summit speakers and content, which will be held on March 5 & 6 in New York.  Keynote speakers include Ron Insana, frequent MSNBC and CNBC contributor and Shaun Rein of the China Market Research Group.

Business Insurance's Risk Management Summit is an annual conference dedicated to business leaders and influential executives who are focused on risk management commercial insurance and related fields. 2013 marks the fourth year of this program. In addition to the annual conference, Business Insurance showcases the winners of its Innovation Awards during a luncheon ceremony on the first day of the conference.  The Innovation Awards focus on the recognition of new technology, new products and services, and other advancements in the insurance industry.

"The Business Insurance Risk Management Summit is a unique event bringing together top risk management professionals and other experts to explore in depth critical developments affecting global companies. Over the course of two days, these risk management leaders have the opportunity to learn new approaches to addressing emerging risks, and to network and exchange ideas with their peers," said Gavin Souter, editor of Business Insurance.

The 2013 topics include the following:

  • Emerging Markets
  • Reputational Risk
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Cloud Computing

Each topic is thoroughly explored through a case study and panel discussion with industry expert speakers.  For a complete list of speakers, please visit www.businessinsurance.com/RMS2013.  The topics for this year's risk management subject were chosen by the Business Insurance editorial team with input from the Advisory Board, which is made up of risk management executives:

Julie DeSantis                         

Lori Jorgensen

Sony Corp. of America              

Microsoft Corp.



Bill Fealey                                

Audrey A. Rampinelli

Dover Corp.                               

Loews Corp     



Debbie L. Gramer                       

Debbie Rodgers

Arrow Electronics Inc.                  

ARAMARK Corp.



Carolyn Snow                      


Humana Inc.                        


This year's event is sponsored by ACE Group, AIG, Sedgwick, and Zurich NA

For more information, please go to www.businessinsurance.com/RMS2013.

About Business Insurance: In print, online and in custom e-mail news alert products, Business Insurance reports on risk management, risk financing, employee benefits management and workers compensation. Business Insurance is read by corporate risk and benefit executives as well as financial and administrative executives. Its audience also includes insurance brokers, agents, consultants, insurers, reinsurers, and others concerned with corporate insurance, risk management, alternative risk financing, employee benefits, workers compensation and reinsurance. Circulation is 45,594. It is published by Crain Communications Inc.

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