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Through education, intern sponsorship programs
and influencing legislation and regulation at the federal and state
level, our mission is to foster an environment of diversity and
professionalism to nurture growth for the insurance and risk
management professional. 

 

2020 Chapter Events - Below is a schedule of the Indiana RIMS 2020 calendar.  Due to COVID-19 there are many changes to the 2020 calendar year events.

January 16 -
Indiana RIMS Holiday Party, 4-7pm, Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant


February 13 - Risk Manager Roundtable & Panel Discussion

March 12 - Insurance Market Update, Presented by Aon, Westin Indianapolis

April 14 - Insurance Impacts of COVID-19 (Webinar via Zoom link to be emailed to registered attendees)

May 21 - WEBINAR - Pandemic Risk Insurance Act (PRIA) Regulation Update, Presented by Zach Finn, Clinical Professor and Director of the Davey Risk Management and Insurance Program at the Butler University College of Business

July 9, 3pm EST - New Webinar Date - Topic and Speaker TBD

August 13 - New Webinar Date - Topic and Speaker TBD

August 20 -  ANNUAL GOLF EVENT CANCELLED FOR 2020 DUE TO COVID-19 - Indiana RIMS 41st Annual Gene Lundy Scholarship Golf Outing, Southern Dunes Golf Course

September 10 - Luncheon at Butler University Risk Manager In-Residence, at Lacy School of Business, Butler University

October 8 - INDIANA RIMS SOCIAL EVENT

November 12 - topic / speaker TBD

For questions please contact Will Lehman, will.lehman@cookgroup.com

RISK News

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