Business Disruption: What you don’t know and how it can hurt you!
- May 15, 2018
- 8:00 am to 10:00 am
- 30 Duke Street West, 10th Floor Kitchener, Ontario
- 519 804 1591
You are Invited
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
I am delighted to extend this invitation to a complimentary, interactive seminar on Business Disruption (BI): What you don’t know and how it can hurt you! hosted by Trovo Resources, a specialist recruitment firm specializing exclusively in the placement of Accounting and Finance professionals on a temporary, project, and full time permanent basis.
Join David Oswald, President of Forensic Restitution to learn how to better position your firm on the various pillars and key requirements to managing business interruption risk. Part of the conversation will include details on various examples of contingent business interruption and potential bottlenecks that can cause a BI. Details will be shared on the various options and key requirements to help ensure your company is better able to help reduce your exposure to potential shutdowns. A detailed discussion of considerations that need to be taken into account with claim examples to help illustrate why BI is the most misunderstood coverage in place of all time.
Learn key tips and ways to better protect your company’s balance sheet from leading International Forensic Accountant Dave Oswald.
Dave Oswald is the Founder and Director of Forensic Restitution. A fraud investigation company specializing in white collar crime investigations, forensic accounting, eDiscovery, data analytics, fraud risk assessments, loss adjusting & claim formulation, crime prevention and Anton Pilier investigations.
Dave has developed computer forensic and littigation support capabilities in Canada, includig training of staff in computer forensics in a Big 4 environment. He has investigated mortgage fraud at two of Canada’s major banks and aided in developing analytics for identifying fraud in Canadian banking. Dave has developed sophisticated models to track expense fraud and constructed data analytics models for payroll and accounts payable.
Judi Smith is a business development manager and broker with Aon. Judi obtained her BA from York University in 1983 and went on to complete her Certified Risk Management designation from McMaster University in 2009 and has completed her Chartered Insurance Professional program in 2013 and has started to work on her Fellowship CIP. Judi’s primary areas of expertise are manufacturing and product liability. Judi uses extensive knowledge to counsel company’s on how to protect companies identify areas of risk to ensure coverage is adequate and properly being addressed. Judi introduces product line experts who understand specific industry concerns and issues and connects the dots so her clients are presented with options on how best to effectively transfer their risk. Along with business development, Judi brings together educational events for Aon’s current and prospective clients on a variety of topics.
A letter confirming your attendance will be provided for your institute’s professional development requirements.
Date and Time: Wednesday, May 15th, 2018
8:00am: Arrival, Coffee and Muffins
10:00am-11:00am (optional): Networking
Location: 30 Duke Street West (RBC Building), Conference Room – 10th floor, Downtown Kitchener (Parking available across the street, corner Duke & Ontario)
RSVP: Seating is limited! Please respond by May 10th by contacting Georgiana via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (519-804-1591 ext 2282).