Chapter Meeting - August 9, 2022

 

The Grand Lady

275 Ganson Street

Buffalo, NY 14203

(716) 873-4630

Please note if you have cruised with us in recent years that this is new docksite for 2022 on the property next to Buffalo Riverworks. Once on Ganson St., the entrance to our dock is across the street from ADM Milling. Please follow the signs to the designated parking area for Grand Lady Cruises.

As a reminder the Ohio St. Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic for the 2022 season. This will funnel more traffic over the Michigan Ave Bridge onto Ganson Street. Please be sure you give yourself enough time to arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before scheduled cruise time.

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AGENDA

10:30am – 11:00am                Boarding and Registration – DO NOT BE LATE!  Boat will depart without you! Pre-payment Required

11:00am – 12:00pm                Chapter Meeting Updates, Presentation – “ESG - Where do we start?”

12:00pm – 2:00pm                  Cruise and Lunch                    

2:00pm – 3:00pm                    Networking at River Works

 

PRESENTATION TOPIC

“ESG - Where do we start?”

Embedding environmental, social, and governance (ESG) in your organizations DNA is increasingly a source of competitive advantage to the organizations that do it right. Assessing your business and developing a clear ESG framework from which to better understand your ESG performance, make more informed risk management decisions, and potentially negotiate better insurance outcomes is a key priority.

It’s imperative that companies identify their most critical sustainability and climate related risks and opportunities, and work to further develop their ESG strategies. As boards, stakeholders and companies are increasingly more inquisitive and concerned about how ESG will impact their risk management programs they must also rationalize the impact on insurance underwriting and business outcomes.


PRESENTED BY

David Carlson, Marsh

David T Carlson leads the US Manufacturing and Automotive Industry Practice for Marsh and is based in Cleveland, Ohio. David is responsible for building and growing the practice and ensuring consistent delivery of Marsh’s industry-leading products and solutions to address the seismic shifts that technology, innovation and the mobility ecosystem are bringing to Marsh’s manufacturing and automotive clients on a global basis. David also serves as US & Canada Climate & Sustainability Leader and the Chair of the Marsh McLennan Advantage Global Automotive & Manufacturing Industry Steering Committee.

 

COST

  • Active Chapter Members: Covered by the Chapter
  • Non-Members: $85

**ALL NON MEMBERS MUST PAY IN FULL PRIOR TO THE MEETING. INVOICE WILL BE SENT AFTER REGISTRATION TO THOSE WHO DO NOT PAY ON THE WEBSITE. PLEASE CONTACT CHAPTER IF YOU REQUIRE TO PAY BY CHECK. THANKS!

PAYMENT OPTIONS

  • Cash
  • Credit via PayPal
  • Check payable to “RIMS Upstate NY Chapter”

– Mail to:         First American Equipment Finance

                        ATTN: Anna Ziegler

                        211 High Point Drive, 2nd Floor

                        Victor, NY 14564       

CANCELLATION POLICY

If you need to cancel your registration, please email the Chapter Secretary by 5:00pm on the Friday preceding the meeting. Late cancellations will be charged the non-member fee for lunch.

Please note: Your registration will include lunch. If you do not plan on staying for the meal, please contact the Chapter Secretary. Help save your chapter money!

If you have any further questions, please contact the Chapter Secretary, Tara Grillo at tara.grillo@cbrands.com