A program reviewing broker, vendor and insurer technology approaches to smooth data transfer, and a panel discussion among industry leaders on lessons learned from their first hard market will be the focus of today’s programs.
The technology program, Current Technology Issues: Bringing Carriers into the Mix, will include presentations from Tammie Miller, Risk Placement Services Director of Automation and Chair of the E&S Joint Working Group London Subgroup; Greg Ricker, Strickland Insurance Group CIO and Co-Chair of the Joint Working Group’s Carrier Subgroup; Scott Good, Scottsdale Insurance Co. Sr. Director, Customer Innovations and Co-Chair of the Joint Working Group’s Carrier Subgroup; and Lloyd’s Sarah Thacker, Senior Business Analyst, and Peter Montanaro, Head of Delegated Authorities. The program will take place at 8:30 a.m. in International 8 & 9 on the International Level of the Marriott.
NAPSLO’s Next Generation is sponsoring the panel discussion, Lessons Learned from My First Hard Market. It will feature J. Neal Abernathy, President and CEO of Swett & Crawford, Michael J. Carr, Senior Vice President responsible for Liberty International Underwriters’ (LIU) E&S Property division, David Leonard, Chairman and CEO of RSUI Group, and Matthew D. Nichols, ASLI, President of All Risks, Ltd. The program will be moderated by Nick Abraham, president of Next Generation and a Director within Markel’s Wholesale Marketing Department. Immediately following the panel, NAPSLO’s Next Generation will host a reception in A705 on the Atrium Level of the Marriott.