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Risk Economics presented at the Reactions Conference on Insurance Risk and Capital Management

Risk Economics, Inc. participated in the Reactions Conference: Insurance Risk and Capital Management on September 29-30th, 2010, in New York NY.

David Mordecai made a presentation entitled The Longevity Problem and Long-Tailed Risk Mitigation and moderated a key panel with Samantha Kappagoda on How Major Social, Political, and Macroeconomic Uncertainties Can Affect Insurer and Reinsurer Balance Sheets.

The Insurance Risk & Capital Management Conference is a highlight in the insurance and reinsurance industry’s calendar of events. The event focuses on key issues relating to capital adequacy, risk management and compliance, and is attended by CFOs, treasurers, CROs and compliance officers, and attracts senior speakers from across the world.

October 1st 2010, New York NY.

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