Please join us for KPMG's 21st annual Insurance Issues Conference - The New Reality: Redefining the insurer of the future.
Today's economic environment is forcing insurers to rethink the way they conduct business. Volatile markets, disruptive technologies, and a complex web of new regulations and compliance issues have brought insurers to a crossroads. Now, more than ever, the importance of a solid foundation is key. Not only must insurers maintain optimal operational performance, liquidity, risk and governance frameworks, they are also expected to transform operations and be at the ready to take advantage of market opportunities - creating real sustainable advantage.
KPMG’s 21st Annual Insurance Conference, “The New Reality - Redefining the insurer of the future”, will focus on key foundational cornerstones to the business of insurance and discuss how to prepare for transformation and market opportunities. The conference will kick off with a fireside chat with Julie Dickson, Superintendent of Financial Institutions, followed by a panel discussion on the changing role of boards and management from a governance perspective. From there, attendees have the opportunity to choose from a variety of concurrent sessions, covering topics from financial reporting and tax updates to driving operational efficiency through shared services and outsourcing.
|Wednesday, December 12, 2012|
|7:30 am - Registration & Breakfast|
8:30 am - Welcome & Introductions
5:00 pm - Networking Reception
|Metro Toronto Convention Centre - South Building|
222 Bremner Blvd., Toronto
|$495 plus HST|
CEOs and outside directors of insurance companies are offered a non-transferable registration on a no-charge basis.
||Click here to register online now. If you have any questions or trouble registering online, please contact Shannon Wall at 416 777 8565. |
For detailed session descriptions, please see the Conference Agenda.
Continuing Professional Education Credit: This conference may qualify for professional development credits as required by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO). Each person is responsible for ensuring that he/she complies with the CPE requirements of the professional association or accreditation body to which they belong. KPMG will provide a timed agenda and course materials that participants may retain to support any CPE credits claimed.
We look forward to seeing you there.