The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction is pleased to invite you to participate in a workshop with Paul Cutbush, one of Canada's leading catastrophe risk experts.
Over the last three years, the record number and magnitude of natural catastrophic events around the world have not only caused billions of dollars in direct insured losses but have also had a lasting impact on the global supply chain between customers and suppliers.
In this Friday Forum, Paul will illustrate how the supply chains in many key manufacturing spheres increasingly leap from one corner of the planet to another making this risk far more complex to assess and manage.
Paul Cutbush is Senior Vice President of Catastrophe Management at Aon Benfield Canada; Canada’s largest catastrophe analytics team. Prior to joining Aon Benfield, Paul worked seven years as the Canadian property treaty line manager for Swiss Re Canada and eight years for the Munich Re Group, underwriting and leading global catastrophe programs.
In addition to over 20 years of underwriting experience, Paul is active in the Canadian insurance industry. He was the previous chair of the Reinsurance Research Council’s Underwriting Research Committee, is a member of The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction’s Insurance Advisory Committee and regularly shares his expertise with professional associations including The Toronto Insurance Conference, Le Cercle des assurances IARD and the Insurance Institute of Canada.
Paul is a Chartered Insurance Professional and holds a BA degree and a Certificat de français pratique from The University of Western Ontario.
When: Friday, May 24, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Where: ICLR, 20 Richmond Street East, Suite 210, Toronto RSVP: Tracy Waddington (416) 364-8677 (firstname.lastname@example.org)