• June 10th Meeting Recording and Presentation

    Please see information below for the recording and presentation of the June 10th RIMS Fairfield-Westchester Chapter Virtual meeting.  We appreciate our speakers and attendee participation.  
    Topic: 2020 RMIS Market Update
    Date: Jun 10, 2020 11:45 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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    Stay tuned for information about the September Meeting.
  • June 10th - 2020 RMIS Market Update

    Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 12pm. 

    Businesses and public entities throughout the U.S. are increasing their investments in risk management information systems (RMIS), which offer expanded capabilities that streamline workflows, automate processes, facilitate data/analytics, insurance program management, among other functions that help drive efficiency and improve performance, according to a new report from Redhand Advisors.   For their 2020 RMIS Report, they surveyed 825 executives using RMIS between December 2019 and January 2020; not surprisingly claims management and related services continue to be the most widely used.

    We are pleased to announce that Dave Tweedy, Senior Adviser and Partner, Redhand Advisors will be joining the Fairfield –Westchester RIMS Chapter to share the results of their recent survey and his insights regarding third-party RMIS Providers, Carrier and TPA RMIS offerings and highlights of the “best in breed”. 


    Pam Ferrandino, Vice President – National Market Engagement at Gallagher Bassett will facilitate this session.

     In preparation for the upcoming webinar, please submit any questions regarding the topic in advance to rimsfw@gmail.com

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  • Next Chapter Meeting March 18th

    Please join us for our next Chapter Meeting on Wednesday March 18th at Giovanni's in Darien.  Registration begins at 11:30am.  There will be a panel discussion with AIG and Willis senior executives about current underwriting challenges, and how brokers and risk managers can navigate the market realities to differentiate business risk.  You can sign up online.  Go to Meetings / Online Payment.  See the attached flyer for additional information.
  • Save the Dates

    ​Please save the following dates for our 2020 Chapter Meetings:

    March 18th
    June 10th
    September 16th
    December 2nd

    Golf Outing TBD

    Details to provided in the near future


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