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You know the risks your company faces. We have the capabilities and financial strength to meet the risk transfer needs of businesses worldwide. So why not combine your experience with our expertise? Long-term relationships bring long-term rewards. We’re smarter together.

Stop by our booth - #683 - to meet our team and learn more about our product offerings or visit us online.


Booth #683

Boston Convention & Exhibitor Center
415 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210


Exhibit Hall Hours:

Monday, April 29: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday, April 30: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday, May 1: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Proud supporter of RIMS

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions is the exclusive sponsor of the Thought Leader Theater, offering attendees additional education through a series of succinct, interactive discussions on relevant risk management topics.  We'll feature 4, twenty minute sessions on the following topics:

Weathering the Nat Cat Season: Parametric Hurricane and Earthquake Covers

Presenter: Robert Nusslein, Head Innovative Solutions Americas

Date/Time: Monday, April 29, 10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Take a look at how increasingly frequent and severe natural catastrophes have brought parametric insurance products to the mainstream. Assess whether you should use them—with their broad covers, simple loss adjustment and quick loss payouts—to cover gaps in your property insurance program.

Navigating Claims in the Era of Catastrophic Verdicts

Presenter: Christopher Morrison, Senior Claims Expert North America

Date/Time: Monday, April 29, 2:10 PM – 2:30 PM

As tort case results flood the media, pressure has increased on the insurance market to cover and recoup the massive losses. Review some of these nuclear verdicts, the elements behind the recent awards and how you can protect yourself and your organization.    

Using Technology to Improve Service Quality for International Programs

Presenter: Samrat Dua, Chief Information & Digital Officer

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 30, 10:00 AM - 10:20 AM

With international programs comes increased operational complexity. From handling multiple languages, currencies and differing regulations and tax structures to managing the flow of information between brokers, clients, carriers and tens of their subsidiaries around the world – mistakes and poor quality of service can be a commonplace result for clients.  Technology can play a key role to reduce this friction in both information flow and effectively managing the operational complexity of international programs. Learn how technology can be used innovatively to improve service quality using open technology architecture, APIs and Artificial Intelligence.

How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Food Safety

Presenter: Mark LeBlanc, Head Crisis Management North America

Date/Time: Wednesday, May 1, 10:50 AM - 11:10 AM

Familiarize yourself with technological applications in farming, food production and food consumption—sensor technology, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI)—that could significantly improve food safety. Examine how AI can address the most common causes of food-related product recalls.

 

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Surname

Dan

Ackerman

Philippe

Aerni

Oscar

Anzola

Andreas

Berger

Deborah

Boice

Stephanie

Boone

Sylvain

Bouteille

David

Burton-Perry

Scott

Carpinteri

Sandy

Codding

Mary

Colaric

Dan

Combes

Mirza

Delibegovic

Dave

DiCenso

Samrat

Dua

James

George

Ivan

Gonzalez

Mike

Goodson

Chris

Grabowski

Stacie

Graham

Gillian

Gunnink

Martin

Hegelbach

Robert

Hunziker

Cornelia

Iacobacci

Erik

Janssens

Alex

Kaplan

Jason

Kleinman

Fred

Kleiterp

Jennifer

Knox

Jay

Kubinak

Allen

Kwan

Peter

Lacovara

Robin

LaFollette

Michael

LaRocca

Mark

Leblanc

Clark

Luby

Katherine

Malley

Doug

May

Loredana

Mazzoleni Neglen

Fabian

Mercado

Robley

Moor

Chris

Morrison

Dianna

Nelson

Rodrigo

Nieto

Robert

Nusslein

Erin

Osborne

Milan

Pavlik

Michael

Rademacher

John

Ravenna

Paul

Rodriguez

Michel

Rohr

Graeme

Schultz

Rachel

Simon

Kristyn

Smallcombe

Christine

Springob

Chris

Sullivan

Jeff

Summerville

Anna

Zeltsman

 

 

Episode 19: Managing Ligature Risks and Preventing Patient Self-harm

The most recent data published by the National Violent Death Reporting System identifies that, in 2015, 83 suicides occurred in medical facilities. According to the CDC, the suicide rate in the US has increased more than 25% from 1999 to 2016 and 54% of those who died by suicide in that period did not suffer from a mental health condition. They report that suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, taking more than 40,000 lives a year. We are aware that most inpatient suicides are the result of hanging, most commonly using a door or its handle or hinge; a head, handle, bar or door in the shower; a ceiling or sink pipe; or another type of fixture as the ligature fixation point. Join us to hear from the team at Garden City Hospital to learn about their journey with identifying and monitoring patients at risk for suicide and removing the means to accomplish suicide in the physical environment.

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Airmic 2019

The AIRMIC Conference has become the most important event in the calendar for the insurance and risk management industry. The whole industry comes together to share experiences and influence forward thinking. The conference provides a vibrant platform for Swiss Re Corporate Solutions to highlight our broad, global commercial insurance offerings.

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Webinar: Strengthening supply chain resilience in Europe

Mobility in Europe will suffer from a higher risk exposure given the increasing occurrences of natural catastrophes. Very much fuelled by climate change, smaller but costly catastrophes are on the rise and, hence, companies need to get better prepared when it comes to transporting goods. What can we expect in terms of natural hazards in Europe in the coming year and what does it mean for business mobility and supply chain? How can insurance help mitigate such risks? Join our webinar on Tue, 28 May 2019, 10:00 CET to find answers to these and more questions.

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