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2011 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management

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Event Date and Time: 
01/31/2011 (All day) - 02/02/2011 (All day)

The 2011 conference provides another opportunity for the thought leaders in the construction, surety and insurance industries to climb out on the cutting edge of their professions. The schedule includes a combination of plenary sessions, breakout sessions and seminars intended to encourage attendees to share, to learn and to determine the best ways for all three industries to support each other. Attendees will have a chance to:

  • learn what the latest economic data says about the current state of the construction industry;

  • learn what the same data says about the surety and insurance industries;

  • assess the latest changes in the legal environment that influences surety and insurance coverage and pricing;

  • see the latest trends in the construction industry, and their ripple effects on risk, through the eyes of the industry’s leading CEOs;

  • identify the precise contours of the conflict between the new Accord forms and the contracts common to the construction industry;

  • find out how to investigate and otherwise respond to “hot line” reports that employees have engaged in unethical (and perhaps illegal) conduct;

  • assess the effects that bank financing is now having on contract terms and conditions, and even contract administration;

  • respond to the several changes that the Financial Accounting Standards Board has proposed to require contractors to make to their financial statements.

  • explore the risk implications of political change in Washington and elsewhere

Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in an interactive insurance roundtable, to participate in a similar session on surety bonding, and to attend purely educational seminars.

Visit Associated General Contractors of America website for more information.

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