This week Procor Solutions + Consulting hosted its annual Risk Colloquium at the beautiful TCP Jasna Polana in Princeton, NJ. Industry leaders were invited to this two-day forum that promoted a candid exchange of ideas and creative solutions to the challenges faced in the insurance industry. The event presents a unique opportunity to share different perspectives from a diverse group of industry executives who normally do not have the opportunity to collaborate. The attendees pledged to each other, and the industry as a whole, to continue the discussion sparked in the Risk Colloquium to better serve clients, policyholders, carriers and other insurance industry stakeholders.
This year, the format for the Procor Risk Colloquium divided the discussion into three free flowing sessions. The first was led and moderated by Tracy Saxe, Managing Partner Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. who took a look back at the lessons learned in 2017 and highlighted a few of the more unusual cases he encountered this year. The second lively discussion was sparked by Liz White, President of Peachtree Special Risk Brokers LLC, who shared her thoughts on the state of the industry and its response to the historic 2017 season from a property wholesale insurance perspective. Finally, Arnie Mascali, the Founder and President of Procor Solutions walked the attendees through a path forward, leading an active discussion centered around innovation and technology that will bring advancement and disruption to the industry in the years ahead.
The following Industry Leaders participated in this year’s Colloquium: Damien Carlson, American Claims Management, Inc.; Tim Coumbe, Paul Davis National; Henry Huseby, Bristol-Myers Squibb; Jeff Lattman, Beecher Carlson; Jeff Magoon, Scalable Risk Solutions; Sherilyn Pastor, McCarter & English, LLP; Dave Peraza, Exponent; Barry Scanlon, DCMC Partners; Joe Slane, Engle Martin & Associates; Ed Sullivan, Terrier Claims Services; Bob Yeadon, Turner Construction. Dina Senerchia and Joseph Mascali from Procor were also in attendance.
We look forward to sharing many “nuggets of wisdom” from the Colloquium in the 2018 Procor Risk Colloquium Report to be published later this summer.
Below are a few of images from the event.
The event kicked off with a day of golf on the challenging Gary Player designed championship golf course that is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour.
Golf was followed by an Americana BBQ in the Jasna Polana Clubhouse, the former 226-acre estate home of Seward Johnson and his wife, Barbara Piasecka Johnson. The following morning, attendees gathered at the Risk Colloquium Round Table.
For more information on the Procor Risk Colloquium please contact Fran Brenner firstname.lastname@example.org