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Aon | Crawford Cyber Claims Webinar
Spiralling business interruption costs from cyber-attacks exacerbated by PII getting into the wild is impacting organisations across all industries. Against this backdrop, cyber risk is ranked as the number one current and predicted future risk globally in Aon’s 2021 Global Risk Management Survey.
As organisations respond to this mercurial threat by reinforcing their cyber defences and electing to transfer risk using insurance, the possibility of experiencing a cyber related business interruption continues to be a significant concern.
Drawing on the deep knowledge of Aon and Crawford cyber incident and claims experts globally — this webinar will focus on how to manage a cyber insurance claim as effectively and efficiently as possible in the event of an incident.
In this webinar you will learn:
· how to prepare for, respond to and mitigate the impact of a cyber loss
· pitfalls to navigate for certain industries and practical case studies
· lessons learned from managing a long series of cyber claims
Senior Vice President
E&O/Cyber Claims Leader
Commercial Risk Solutions
Head of Claims Preparation
Advocacy and Valuations
Commercial Risk Solutions
Global Head of Cyber
Crawford & Company
Regional Director of CFAS – Asia, Head of Cyber – APAC
Crawford & Company
After Senate Democrats failed to achieve consensus on the Build Back Better bill (BBB) by the end of 2021, what are its prospects for passage in 2022?
As the Senate resumes work in January, the BBB has been sent to the back burner for at least a few weeks, while the upper chamber prioritizes voting rights legislation.
Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., told members he expects some version of the BBB to pass eventually. Considering Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., rejected the $1.7 trillion House-passed package, it is widely accepted the bill will require a major rewrite before coming up for a vote. Schumer, however, remains adamant it will all work out in the end.
LIVESTREAM SERIES | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23 | 2 – 2:45 P.M. CT
Many state jurisdictions are now allowing or requiring pass-through entities to calculate and pay tax at the entity level. Learn about newly released IRS guidance on making these elections, state and local considerations, financial statement reporting concerns, and other complicating factors. Register now!
For questions specific to you or your organization, please email webmaster@CLAconnect.com. All other questions can be sent to Sada Kempf at sada.kempf@CLAconnect.com or 920-232-2230.
Fill out the registration form and you will receive an email with the recording following the event.
As 2021 comes to a close, some federal relief programs remain open to employers. Talk with your advisors to devise a tax plan that aligns with your objectives and helps take advantage of available opportunities.
Date: December 17, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM CTLocation Details: Online | Event Type: WebcastRecommended CPE Credits: 1.5
Audience: Finance executiveshe webcast
Program Content:Join Grant Thornton’s National Office Professional Standards Group for our quarterly webcast series that will provide you with what you need to know for the Q4 2021 financial reporting period, including the latest developments on standard-setting activities and hot topics including key take-aways from the annual AICPA & CIMA Conference on Current SEC & PCAOB Developments.
Contact: Ethan CastilloPhone: + 216 858 3652Email: email@example.com
If you have any questions regarding CPE credit, please contact CPE support via email at CPEEvents@us.gt.com, or visit our webcast CPE information page.
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Nonprofits looking to hire top talent are competing in a chaotic and challenging labor market. It may help to focus inward and find creative ways to use current resources.
Register today for the year-end business tax planning webinar series as specialists from our tax services practice discuss the latest regulations and the most common topics their clients are asking about.
Specialists will address business interest limitation provisions, global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI), Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan updates, tax implications for remote employees, expiring tax provisions and pending legislative tax changes, among other key topics.
Session one: U.S. international tax update and global tax developments
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2 p.m. EST | 11 a.m. PST
Session two: State and local tax update
Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2 p.m. EST | 11 a.m. PST
Session three: Federal tax update
Thursday, Dec. 2, 2 p.m. EST | 11 a.m. PST
Note: Attendees will qualify for one CPE credit per session. See details below.
After completion of the webinar series, participants will be able to:
Business owners, CFOs, tax directors, vice presidents of tax, tax professionals and other financial executives
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Challenges and opportunities for maintaining and fostering employee resilience
1:00 P.M. ET | 45 MINUTES
Rising Resilient – How to build a thriving business by building employee resilience
In businesses across the country, the COVID-19 environment has tested employees in unprecedented ways, from lockdowns and layoffs to stringent workplace health protocols. For employers, those challenges have put a new and urgent focus on employees’ ability to weather change – and on the reality that resilient teams deliver better outcomes. As the world emerges from the pandemic, how successfully employers foster employee resilience could make the difference between surviving and thriving in a new and uncertain business landscape.
If your organization is looking for ways to build employee resilience – and deliver better business results – then join us for this Webinar. Our Aon Health and Benefits experts will highlight the challenges – and the opportunities – for maintaining and fostering employee resilience. The panel will share actionable insights and strategies for aligning wellbeing goals with the needs of the workforce, in a work environment that allows resilience to thrive.
In this Webinar, you will learn:
· Why resilient people build stronger teams, and how resilient teams deliver stronger outcomes
· The factors impacting performance and the top challenges to employee resilience
· The key areas for improvement, and how to make change happen
Senior Consultant, Health Strategies, Health Solutions
Senior Vice President, National Health Transformation Team Leader
Please Join Us for a Breakfast Briefing with the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce
Hiring and Recruitment Issues during COVID Times and a Tight Labor Market
Employers in the Fox Valley were dealing with a tight labor market before 2020 but now things are even more challenging. In this highly politicized environment, federal contractors, healthcare, and large employers are bracing for the impact of a federal vaccine mandate. This program will examine how to discuss an applicant’s vaccination status during the interview process as well as other COVID-related topics. We will also discuss other legal challenges, such as: the potential liability impact of modifying your pre-hire drug test process, the legal implications of providing hiring incentives or recovering them if a new hire leaves, and how to avoid a discriminatory hiring practice, among other hiring issues. This program is free and is presented by employment attorneys James Macy and Jill Pedigo Hall from von Briesen & Roper. We welcome every company’s participation and input.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
8:00-9:15 - breakfast briefing webinar
Virtually - via Zoom
Click here to register on the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce website.
This program is open to Chamber members as well as non-members. If you are not a member of the Oshkosh Chamber, please contact Mark Halfen to register.
Despite some disruption to the deal market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the fundamentals of getting transactions done – buying, selling and raising capital – are still largely consistent. During this webinar, we will review what the transaction world was like in the first few months of the pandemic; why deal-making quickly got back on track; and then take a closer look at what is currently motivating sellers and buyers. The webinar also will examine how both sides are weighing the valuation question as well as what issues C-suite leaders and boards should be considering during the deal-making process.
Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021
11 a.m. – noon CT