“Emerging Risks for the Risk Manager” Presentation at the: State Risk and Insurance Management Association Conference 2011 Lance J. Ewing ARM, CRM, ERMP Vice President – Chartis . 16%. DISCLAIMER.
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Presentation at the:
State Risk and Insurance Management Association Conference 2011
Lance J. Ewing ARM, CRM, ERMP
Vice President – Chartis
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Emerging risks are developing or changing risks which are difficult to quantify but may have a major impact to the public entity.
Identifying an emerging risk is critical to the long term success and financial viability of any State or governmental entity.
Working with brokers and insurance carriers, risk managers can be better informed of emerging risks.
CAT Models are a major component for predictability but no model is perfect…Underwriting is still key.
But the approach requires a high degree of qualitative judgment from a variety of subject matter experts (internal and external) to prepare your organization.
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