WINDSOR, Conn., May 3, 2010—Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding will address more than 500 insurance professionals on June 13, in Montego Bay, Jamaica at the 2010 Caribbean Conference.
This year’s conference theme, “What Lies Ahead,” focuses on the imminent and future challenges and opportunities the Caribbean insurance industry will face as the world recovers from the most recent recession. The conference offers its attendees the chance to learn from industry experts, as well as from their colleagues in an open, collaborative forum.
In addition to Dr. Simon Young, facility supervisor for the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility, who will speak about the natural hazards risk assessment in the Caribbean, there are a number of breakout sessions designed to provide knowledge and insight into the best practices and strategies surrounding talent management, customer service and compliance for the insurance industry.
The annual conference is co-hosted by Insurance Association of Caribbean, LIMRA and LOMA and provides an information sharing and collaborative forum for Caribbean insurance regulatory authorities, insurance educational institutes, actuaries and other special groups with interest in the Caribbean insurance industry. Every year this conference attracts over 500 delegates from 38 different countries.
LIMRA is a worldwide research, consulting and professional development organization that helps more than 850 insurance and financial services companies in 73 countries increase their marketing and distribution effectiveness. Visit LIMRA at www.limra.com.