AIRROC NJ 2018 Education
The Art of the Runoff Deal

AIRROC is pleased to feature a full day of focus around the runoff deal market.  The agenda includes the following sessions and speakers.  The sessions are being held on Monday, October 15 beginning at 8:45 am. 

The Runoff Deal Environment in 2018
A panel of Deals Advisers and Brokers take a look at the landscape and current and forecast activity in the runoff deal market. Covering both US and Europe the panel will consider Deal trends and how the landscape may change in the future. Our panel will debate the nuances of the non life run-off deals space versus the wider deals insurance market and will discuss the drivers for Sellers and the appetites of Buyers in the market for different portfolios.
Linda Johnson, Partner, Legacy Solutions Team Leader, TigerRisk Partners
Hugo Kostelni, President, JLT Re Structured Products, JLT Re (North America)
John Marra, Partner and Insurance Deals Leader, PwC
Victor Nelligan, Senior Manager, PwC

Drafting Deal Structures
What should you consider when crafting a LPT versus an entity purchase? What are the typical sticking points?  How can you plan for post deal disputes, commutations, collaborations?
David Alberts, Partner, Mayer Brown
Frank Schmid, Dr. habil., AIG, Head of Property & Casualty Deals, DSA Re

The Life Deal Market
The panel will provide an overview of the runoff life insurance and annuity M&A market, and discuss key considerations for market participants.  Some aspects that will be covered include current drivers of valuation, the types of buyers, a look at the diligence process, and the types of investment options that are available.
Gregg Hirsch, Special Counsel, Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass LLP
Bernhardt Nadell, Partner, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Stuart Silverman, Principal & Consulting Actuary, Milliman

Due Diligence
A look at the key items to be reviewed, major challenges to an efficient review, broker versus direct communications, and  "lessons learned" discussion with some players in the deal space. 
Mark Goodman, Partner, Freeborn & Peters
Keith Kaplan, Principal Consultant, Pro
Albert Miller, General Counsel, Pro Insurance Solutions, Ltd.
Marty Rosemann, Global Audit and Due Diligence Manager, Swiss Re

The Deal is Done….What is Next? On to Transfer/Migration
Once the deal is done the work is just getting started.  Transferring and migrating includes a lof of very important details.  A look at claims, systems (data, images, financial),  reinsurance, banking, compliance, cost sharing and more will be addressed.  How transitional services agreements work, the role of 3rd party vendors and managing service levels to meet target dates will be addressed.
Marcus Doran, Chief Operating Officer, Armour Risk Management, Inc.
Michael Fitzgerald, Senior Vice President, Discontinued Programs, QBE North America
Bob Haken, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright UK

The Regulatory Requirements: How to Drive Your Next Deal Home….Without a Google Map
A look at the regulatory aspects of entity sales and LPTs.  What filings and studies are required?  To what degree do insurance departments need to be involved?  How do you manage foreign reviews and approvals?  What are the trends in regulatory approvals?
Al Bottalico, Insurance Specialist, Locke Lord LLP
Robert Kasinow, Insurance Specialist, Locke Lord LLP
Jim Wrynn, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting, Inc.

Full access registration includes these sessions and is $695 for members (after September 14 $795); for non-members $995 (after September 14 $1095).  Education Day Only registration is $295 for members; $495 for non-members.  NOTE: this level of registration does not include access to the networking hall or to the Monday evening gala dinner.

Register Here!