Insurance Linked Securities: The Convergence of Insurance and the Capital Markets
Discussion of the legal and regulatory issues for various ILS structures including CAT Bonds, ILW’s and Side Cars.
NAIC Amendments to the Insurance Company Holding Act Focusing on Enterprise Risk
Discussion of recent NAIC amendments which increase the group-level reporting requirements of insurance holding company systems, including the annual filing of an “enterprise risk report” by the ultimate controlling person of a regulated insurance company, and the status of the adoption of such amendments by the states.
How to Handle a Government Subpoena
There has been a sharp increase in government investigations and subpoenas in the financial services area. This is especially so given the emergency of aggressive state agencies that are now competing with federal entities in this area. This session will discuss where these trends are headed and how best to respond to these investigations.
Developments in Healthcare Privacy Exposure
Changes in Federal law, and developments and trends in enforcement, conspire to increase the costs related to privacy in the healthcare industry. This session will examine the sources of cost and exposure to companies that insure the privacy and data security risks of healthcare providers, health insurers and their business associates.
Dodging Antitrust Risks in Insurance Underwriting and Claims
Communicating and collaborating with employees of competing firms is a regular and often essential part of conducting an insurance business. This presentation will address the practical situations where antitrust risks do, and do not, arise when insurers deal with their competitors.
This course may be used for 3.5 CLE credit hours. Edwards Wildman Palmer is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York.
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There is no charge for attendance at this seminar. Lunch will be served. Space is limited.