Incorporating Supply Chain and Enterprise Risk Management Into Your Insurance Program and Captive Structure


Thursday, March 27, 2014



Phillip England, Darin J. McMullen, Anderson Kill; Christina Reisinger, dir, Alvarez & Marsal Risk Management Advisory; Linda Conrad, Zurich Financial Services


The Harvard Club
35 West 44th St
New York, NY
United States





3-6:30 pm

CLE Credits:

1.5 hrs

With recent catastrophic events around the globe, corporations must now
consider an integrated approach to address supply chain and risk management
to ensure that the company's balance sheet is fully protected.
At this seminar, attendees will better understand supply chain exposures and
challenges that are created with such catastrophic events. Panelists will
highlight company supply chain risks and the difficulty they present in
meeting contractual obligations. They will also examine the causes and costs
of supply chain disruption, and discuss analysis tools and financial
solutions including insurance and captives. Attendees will learn ways in
which companies in the pharmaceutical, energy, and other manufacturing
industries, can expand their supply chain management activities to include
an integrated risk mitigation strategy that includes a special purpose
vehicle. The approach will go beyond the per-unit cost of goods and include
risk mitigation strategies to improve the long-term financial performance of
the company and its affiliates.