Philly I-Day Presents 2013: A Climate of Change
Delaware Valley’s Largest Educational and Networking Event for Industry
Professionals and Students Boasts All-Star Lineup
PHILADELPHIA -- January 31, 2013
Business leaders, executives and college students from across the region will
address the significant changes taking place in the political,
financial/regulatory, healthcare and board governance worlds at the
Philadelphia I-Day annual conference, to be held April 11, 2013 at the
Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The CPCU Society Philadelphia Chapter and The Insurance Society of
Philadelphia present Philly I-Day in collaboration with representatives from
the Insurance Society of Philadelphia, CPCU Society Brandywine and Valley
Forge Chapters and RIMS Delaware Valley Chapter.
Offering perspectives on the day’s theme of “A Climate of Change”, I-Day will
open with a prestigious panel discussion, featuring:
*Peter Eastwood, President & Chief Executive Officer of the Americas, AIG
*Gregory Case, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aon
*John Marren, 2012 Risk Manager of the Year and Director, Global Risk and
Insurance Management, CSL Ltd.
The discussion will be moderated by Michael Angelina, Executive Director,
Academy of Risk Management and Insurance, St. Joseph’s University.
“I look forward to an exciting discussion as our panelists are leaders in the
industry and each have a unique perspective on the current trends in the
insurance market as well as the macro environment,” said Angelina.
Continuing the unique partnership between industry and academia to promote and
develop the talent pool in Philadelphia, I-Day offers local students the
opportunity to have their attendance sponsored by generous industry
NBC10 Chief Meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz will deliver the luncheon
keynote address. The luncheon will also feature bestowment of the annual
Franklin Award for outstanding contributions and achievements in the insurance
industry in the Delaware Valley.
I-Day’s continuing education classes will focus on current issues within the
insurance and risk management realm. A networking post event reception will
feature a St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving fundraiser, contributing
financial support to the fight against childhood cancer.
“This event brings together the best of all worlds – carriers, brokers,
agents, risk managers, law firms and organizations - networking with hundreds
of industry professionals and homegrown talent,” notes David Arnold, President
of the Insurance Society of Philadelphia.
For more I-Day information, including registration, sponsorship, advertising
and exhibiting opportunities, please visit www.phillyiday.com.
The Insurance Society of Philadelphia
Curt Heintzelman, 215-356-4456
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