Events

12
November
Tuesday
9:00AM ET
5:30PM
1 day
12
November
Tuesday
9:00AM ET
5:30PM
1 day

Young Disruptors Day (YDD) Washington, D.C. 2019

YDD gathers young leaders in the industry to explore and discuss how disruptive technologies, AI and Big Data can assist decision making and support innovation.

11
November
Monday
2:30PM ET
5:30PM
1 day
11
November
Monday
2:30PM ET
5:30PM
1 day

MBA Case Competition 2019

Now in its fourth year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s MBA Case Competition gives business students nationwide an opportunity to examine important issues facing the business community.

11
November
Monday
8:15AM ET
1:15PM
2 days
12
November
Tuesday
8:15AM ET
1:15PM
2 days

International Dialogue on Sustainable Resources in Brasilia, Brazil

On 11 November 2019, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Sustainability Task Force successfully launched a series of International Dialogues on Sustainable Resources in Brasilia with the Brazilian Ministry of Environment.

4
November
Monday
8:20AM ET
6:20PM
1 day
4
November
Monday
8:20AM ET
6:20PM
1 day

Indo-Pacific Business Forum 2019

The INDO-PACIFIC BUSINESS FORUM will be held in Bangkok, Thailand on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit (EAS) and will bring together key U.S. Cabinet Secretaries and senior leaders from U.S.

31
October
Thursday
9:00AM ET
6:00PM
1 day
31
October
Thursday
9:00AM ET
6:00PM
1 day

The Business of Health: Transforming with Transparency

During this half-day event we'll examine the dynamics of health care and the people, ideas, and innovations that are leading the way.

30
October
Wednesday
8:30AM ET
11:00AM
1 day
30
October
Wednesday
8:30AM ET
11:00AM
1 day

Global Insurance Capital Standard: Implications for Consumers, Insurance Firms, and the Capital Markets

The Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) recently released a new report, “Insurance Capital Standards and the Aggregation Method,” that analyzes an approach for measuring capital at the group level for insurance firms that would be an alternative to the standard being advanced by the IAIS. This alternative approach, the aggregation method, is being constructed on the principle that regulatory standards should reflect local, social, and economic risks.

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