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Friday, February 28 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Deadly Weapon Event: What Do You Wish You Had Done Yesterday?

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What will you wish you did yesterday when a deadly event occurs today? Are you ready to support victims, communicate, investigate, protect your legal position, and transfer risk? We will help you assess known and emerging threats of violence and evaluate your current response plan to such threats. We also will provide best practices for preventing business interruption and economic harm.

Objectives:
+Understand the importance of having trusted partners to help those impacted—victims, stakeholders, and your community
+Learn about the insurance coverages you need beyond general liability, property, and workers compensation to address human, financial and reputational exposures resulting from a violent attack
+Improve your planning for the decision-making, action plan, and communications you will implement during a crisis

[Core Competency #1: Holistic Risk Perspective]

Moderators
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Steven Dunham

Chief Risk Officer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
After obtaining his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Accounting from Auburn University, Steven joined Deloitte (a Big Four accounting firm) in their Charlotte, NC office. He served dozens of Deloitte clients from around the world during his four years as an enterprise risk consultant... Read More →

Speakers
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Jim Satterfield

CrisisRisk Strategies, LLC
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Chris Parker

Focus Group Leader Political Violence Kidnap & Ransom Underwriter Political Accident & Contingency, Beazley
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Ben Evans

University of Pennsylvania
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Friday February 28, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
The StateView Hotel – Fusion C&D

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