|Date||October 13, 2016|
|Time||12:00pm – 4:45pm, Cocktail Reception to Follow|
|Location||Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY|
On September 3, 2015 Lloyd’s launched the City Risk Index, the first ever analysis of economic output at risk (GDP at risk) in 301 major cities from 18 manmade and natural threats over a ten-year period. The index includes: cyber-attack; terrorism; flood, freeze, heat, and other climate security risks; and market crash, among others.
ASP and Lloyd’s explored the implications of the Index at the ASP Risk Forum: Pathways to City Resiliency in February 2016, and the conversation continues this fall.
In an increasingly volatile world beset by man-made and natural emerging risks, the case for business and political leaders to build a more resilient future continues to grow.
Join American Security Project and Lloyd’s on October 13th in New York City in conversation and collaboration, bringing together key stakeholders to discuss how innovative partnerships can and should build greater resilience at the city level.
Space is limited.
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Due to limited space guests will need to request an RSVP
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Networking and Lunch
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM: A Global Risk Redux
A sweeping review of the global risk landscape and the long range implications of the unprecedented change the world is facing. Learn what keeps senior business and policy leaders awake at night as they share their views on the forces shaping our future and the imperatives to build resilience into our present thinking.
Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, ASP Chairperson
Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd’s
Kathleen Hamm, Counselor to the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury
Moderator: Dante Disparte, CEO of Risk Cooperative
2:00 PM – 2:15 PM: Networking Session/Break
2:15 PM – 3:15 PM: Resilient Collaboration
While the call to action on addressing complex risk grows in volume, best practice approaches and models for collaboration remain perilously distant. This panel brings together key practitioners and leaders from multiple sectors, each sharing their views on building market-oriented public-private solutions for building resilience at the city, state, national, and international levels.
LtGen. John G. Castellaw, USMC (Ret.) ASP Board Member
Chief Daniel Linskey, former Superintendent-in-Chief of Boston Police Department
Fielding L. Norton III, Deputy Chief Enterprise Risk Officer of XL Catlin
Ommeed Sathe, Vice President of Impact Investments for Prudential
Moderator: BGen. Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret.) CEO of ASP
3:15 PM – 3:30 PM: Networking Session/Break
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM: A Resilient City – New York’s Perspective
The iconic global city of New York is at once a financial capital and home to more than 8.4 million people. The people of New York, its businesses and public leaders have an uncanny ability to bounce back as evidenced by their responses to the tragic terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Super Storm Sandy, a massive black out in 2003, and others. This spring-like effect is a measure of New York’s resilience, and the subject of the final panel exploring what other cities can learn from New York’s experience.
Dan Zarrilli, New York’s Chief Resilience Officer and Senior Director, Climate Policy and Programs
Meghann Teubner, Director of Counterintelligence Analysis, NYPD
Glenn Dorr, Northeast Regional Director of Lloyd’s
4:30 PM – 4:45 PM: Closing Remarks
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM: Cocktail Reception
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