IINA Symposium 2022: Managing Risk: 'Start Right, Stay Right' - Day 3


Edmonton, AB [Map]
Date and Time: September 29, 2022 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m MDT

Day 3 - September 29, 2022 Agenda:     

Speakers: Felicia Mutheardy & Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, MDT

Felicia Mutheardy, Corporate Economist, City of Edmonton
Felicia Mutheardy has almost a decade of experience in economic analysis, research, and government administration. Prior to joining the City of Edmonton, Felicia was a Senior Economist with the Government of Alberta. She has also held various positions with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, primarily with their Market Analysis Centre. Felicia holds both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree in Economics from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.

Topic: City Views: Economic Insights for The City of Edmonton

Description: An overview of current economic conditions in Edmonton, including impacts from the pandemic and how the economy has been faring in its recovery.  Felicia will also cover highlights from the City of Edmonton’s most recent long-term forecast and risks that may impact Edmonton’s economic performance.

Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Economist, ATB Economics
Siddhartha Bhattacharya is primaryily responsible for
generating Alberta’s economic forecast & scenarios by analyzing trends in the provincial economy and across global markets. A seasoned professional with nearly a decade of experience in macroeconomic research & analysis, Siddhartha is known for keeping an eye on major economic events around the world and applying critical thinking to evaluate the causes and implications. Before starting in his role at ATB, Siddhartha was an Economist at Alberta Treasury Board and Finance for over five years, where he led most of the team’s macroeconomic forecasting, modelling & impact analysis work as well as conducted research on current topics & trends for publication purposes. He moved to Canada in 2012 and graduated from the University of Calgary with an M.A. in Economics in 2014. He also holds an M.Sc. in International Business from the University of Dundee in the UK and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from St. Xavier’s College in India." 

Topic: Perspectives: Latest Economic Trends for Alberta

Description: Taking a bird’s eye view of the global, national, and provincial economy, Siddhartha will provide a timely overview of the many forces affecting Alberta's economic trajectory. This will include discussion of both energy and non-energy sectors, the labour market and how economic activity in Alberta has evolved, especially since the pandemic. The presentation will also reference ATB Financial’s latest economic forecast and what's next as we navigate inflation, rising interest rates and the other headwinds blowing against economies around the world.

AIC - 62650,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

Speaker: Dan Carter, SVP of Global Risk Consulting and Actuarial,Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm MDT
Dan is a Sr VP and National Leader within Aon Global Risk Consulting. In this role, he is responsible for providing consulting services to clients from all risk management perspectives; advisory support and projects, including risk assessments, ERM reporting tool development, alternative risk finance feasibility studies, retention analysis, limits reviews, reciprocal feasibility, and captive optimization studies as well as risk financing decision platform analysis. As a National Leader based in Western Canada, he also leads teams for Property Risk Control, Forensic Accounting services (Claims Preparations and Valuations) and Consultancy in the areas of Casualty Risk, Occupational Health and Safety, WCB analytics, and Disability Management.

Topic: Risk Quantification: Utilizing Modern Analytics for Better Risk Capital Decisions
          This session will discuss data, analytics, technology and supply that is changing how risk capital is priced and deployed in the global marketplace.

Topic: Insurance Model Evolution and Future Skillset Demands
            This discussion will include an overview of actuarial methodologies, alternative risk financing concepts and skillsets that are fundamentally changing the insurance model in the future.

AIC - 62651,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

Speakers: Diane McLeod & Chris Stinner , Time: 2:30 am - 3:30 pm, MDT

                    Diane McLeod, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Albert
Diane McLeod was appointed Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta on August 1, 2022. She is Alberta’s fourth Information and Privacy Commissioner. For more than 25 years, Diane has been committed to helping governments, health care providers and businesses protect the access to information and privacy rights of citizens, patients and customers. Most recently, she served as Yukon’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, along with the roles of Ombudsman and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner. In these roles, she helped to grow the offices, supported a culture of compliance across government and healthcare, and upheld individuals’ rights. Prior to her experience in the Yukon, Diane worked at the OIPC including as the Director of PIPA. She also worked in private practice in British Columbia supporting clients in complying with access and privacy laws, and for the former Calgary Health Region where she was responsible for the administration of FOIP and HIA. Diane has also been a member of a clinical medical research ethics board evaluating privacy risks in research proposals. She obtained her law degree from the University of Victoria in 2009 and has been called to the bars of British Columbia, Alberta and Yukon.
As Information and Privacy Commissioner, one of Diane’s priorities is to ensure access and privacy rights are prioritized in Alberta’s efforts to diversify the economy through data-driven innovations. This includes advocating for modernized access to information and privacy laws that enable digitization across Alberta’s public, health and private sectors while safeguarding the rights of Albertans.

                    Chris Stinner, Manager, Special Projects and Investigations, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
Chris conducts investigations related to systemic issues in the field of information access and privacy, across Alberta legislation governing the public, private and health sectors, including joint investigations with other offices. Chris also has experience reviewing privacy impact assessments and working on privacy breaches. Before his time with the OIPC, Chris has worked as a privacy advisor in the health sector, helping physician practices, hospitals and private sector entities comply with information and privacy legislation. Since 2010, Chris has also been a bilingual instructor for students in the University of Alberta’s IAPP program. Chris obtained his MBA from the University of Alberta in 2007 and holds the CIPP/C designation from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Soon after graduating, he fell into the fascinating field of access and privacy and hasn't looked back."

Topic: Ensuring Privacy in the Remote Workplace
            The presentation will address privacy and information security best practices for anyone working remotely, as well as discuss trends in privacy breaches reported to the OIPC.

AIC - 62652,   1 CE Hour General/Adjuster

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