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Financial Transfer of Risk as a Risk Management Tool: A Public Entity's Perspective

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Date Published

April 9, 2021


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association


Insurance, Municipal Law, Subrogation


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Transferring Risk: What does it mean, what are the important items to review and how does it impact my organization?

Items covered in will include contract review, differences between transferring risk and requiring insurance, Certificates of Insurance, Additional Insured status, and Waivers of Subrogation. We will discuss and answer questions regarding best practices associated with ensuring your organization protects itself from unwanted risk.

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Awatef Assad, Esq.
Risk Manager - Cuyahoga County Department of Law

Awatef Assad is the Risk Manager for Cuyahoga County. With twenty-two years of experience as a public-sector litigation... Read More

Todd Bennice
Senior Vice President - Risk Management, Hylant

Todd is responsible for the development and day-to-day team leadership of global risk management clients within Hylant’s... Read More

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This program contains the following components:

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