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Leveraging Data and Analytics for Continuous Risk Management

Description

Data, big and small, is truly a corporate asset. Risk managers have been analyzing their data for decades. But increased volumes, new technologies and advanced analytic methods provide additional opportunities and create the imperative for risk managers to take on an even more active roles in “owning” and getting more value from their corporate risk data.

This session will review how risk managers can apply leading practices to take ownership of their risk data, effectively explore and promote its uses, and leverage it both internally for improved awareness and risk management, as well as better present their overall exposures externally to their brokers and insurers to optimize their risk management programs. It will also review a framework and tools to drive more value from data and analytics from continuous risk management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss new data analytics trends and capabilities (data, technologies, analytic skills, advanced analytics methodologies)
  • Understand risk data and analytics uses/applications and potential value in continuous risk management
  • Review challenges in leveraging data and analytics assets and capabilities 
  • Present leading practices for effective ownership of risk management data and applied analytics (processes , frameworks, tools)

*Please note this is free for RIMS members and $50.00 USD for non-members. 

Contributors

  • Patricia L. Saporito, CPCU

    Pat Saporito is founder and lead principal in Saporito & Associates a data and analytics consulting firm. Pat has 20+ years in data warehousing, analytics and business performance management. Prior to founding her own firm she led the strategic analytics consulting program at SAP where she helped companies in all industries mature their data and analytics capabilities. Prior to SAP, she led the industry consulting team at Teradata where she helped insurers, healthcare and life science companies create data warehouses and data strategies to improve business value.

    Pat is the author of the best-selling book, Applied Insurance Analytics: A Framework for Driving More Value from Data Assets, Technologies and Tools, published by FT Press.

    She is on the Advisory Board at Stevens Institute of Technology’s Masters Program in Data and Analytics. She holds the CPCU designation and is past president of the Society of Insurance Research.
    Pat is a regular contributor to Best’s Review magazine on data and analytics.

March 5, 2020
Thu 1:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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