Welcome to CAC Live!October 5th, 2020
CAC Specialty is pleased to host our first annual conference for directors & officers liability and executive risk insurance. We had originally hoped to launch our inaugural event in a live and in-person format, however, as the world adapts, we too must adapt too.
We are happy to introduce our digital event, CAC LIVE. This will act as the foundation for future in-person client forums. This virtual conference is free for all those invited to attend. We hope you will join us for what is sure to be a memorable event.
For more information on the conference and event registration, please contact your CAC Specialty broker or email email@example.com
Join CAC Specialty experts and industry leaders for informative discussions on:
- Navigating a hard market during a pandemic
- D&O insurance for companies in financial distress and bankruptcy
- Representations and Warranties : Market update, underwriting to COVID, and claims best practices
- A wider lens: A perspective on the insurance market – clients, insurers and brokers
- How companies are securing liquidity & managing reserves using tax insurance
- Directors & Officers market update with key industry leaders
- Structured insurance and alternative financing markets
- Contingent Risk Insurance and much more…
KEYNOTE: Michael Lewis
A sharp observer of politics, finance, and the evolution of American culture, Michael Lewis combines keen insight with his signature wit, making him one of today’s leading social commentators. Lewis takes a fresh, hard look at the ever-changing value systems that drive our economic markets, political landscapes, and cultural norms, and how organizations can adapt their thought strategies to facilitate growth among all three.
Michael Lewis has published many New York Times bestselling books on various subjects. Some of his most notable works include The Undoing Project, Flash Boys, Moneyball, The Blind Side, Liar’s Poker and The Big Short.
MENTALIST: Oz Pearlman
We invite you and your entire family to join us for a fun filled event! Oz Pearlman is a world-class entertainer and one of the busiest mentalists in the country. Oz developed an interest in magic at a young age and what started as a hobby quickly became a lifelong passion. After a couple of years spent working on Wall Street, Oz decided to pursue his dream and become a full time entertainer. He has now been dazzling audiences with his unique mind-reading ability for over a decade.
Oz skyrocketed to fame as a contestant on America’s Got Talent. Oz has also appeared on a variety of both national and international networks, a few of which include NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The TODAY Show & ABC World News and been profiled in Forbes and The New York Times.
Promoting Equality in Corporate America
Join Ursula Burns, former Xerox CEO and Chairwoman, and Laura Huang, HBS professor, as they discuss the current social climate and the role that companies and employees need to play to promote equality and greater representation in corporate America.
Ursula joined Xerox as an intern in 1980 and rose through the ranks to become President in 2007. From 2010 to 2016, she served as Xerox CEO, managing to turn a company once only known for paper copies into a viable and profitable business. Under Ursula’s successful leadership, Xerox transformed into one of the world’s most diversified business services companies. Burns is the first African-American woman to lead an S&P 500 company. Ursula was named chairwoman of VEON in 2017, just as the international telecom expanded offerings to its more than 240 million customers to compete as a global online company. She was appointed by President Barack Obama to lead the White House national STEM program from 2009 – 2016 and served as Chair of the President’s Export Council during from 2015 to 2016. Ursula regularly appears on the Fortune’s and Forbes’ list of the world’s most powerful women and serves on the Board Directors of Exxon Mobil, Nestle, and Uber. Ursula also provides leadership counsel to several community, educational and non-profit organizations including: The Ford Foundation, the MIT Corporation, Cornell’s Tech Board of Overseers, The New York City Ballet, the Mayo Clinic, among others.
Laura Huang is an associate professor of business administration at the Harvard School of Business. Prior to joining HBS, she was an assistant professor of management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Laura’s research examines early-stage entrepreneurship and the role of interpersonal relationships and implicit factors in the investment decisions of financiers such as angel investors and VCs. Her work studies the subtle signals and cues that often impact the behavioral perceptions of investors, which can lead to implicit bias in the investing process. Her research has been featured in the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, and Nature. Laura has won a number of awards for her research, and was named one of the 40 Best Business School Professors Under the Age of 40 by Poets & Quants. In her book “Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage” Laura shows that success is about gaining an edge: that elusive quality that gives you an upper hand and attracts attention and support. Some people seem to naturally have it. Laura teaches how to create our own edge from the challenges and biases we think hold us back and turn them to work in our favor.