2020 March 24, 2020 CRC Conference – Postponement
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 virus and Public Health recommendations, the 2020 CRC Council has decided to postpone the March 24, 2020 conference. Our commitment to the health and wellness of our delegates is our main focus and at the centre of this decision.
With increasing travel and conference restrictions for registrants and speakers, we believe this is the right course of action for all involved. Details on the re-scheduled conference will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
For those who have already registered:
- If you have registered for the March 24, 2020 conference we will automatically hold your registration to the next CRC Conference (date to be confirmed), and there is no further action for you.
- If you wish do wish to cancel your registration, all cancellations will be subject to the standard $50 cancellation processing fee, as this is the fee charged by our service provider.
- If we do not receive notification of how you would like to proceed by March 31, 2020, we will keep your registration on file for our next conference and hold your registration, with no additional fees, to hold the 2020 rates.
Once the re-scheduled date has been confirmed, you will be permitted to cancel up to two weeks prior to that date. In consideration of the effort to process all refunds, please note we will ensure all refunds are processed by April 30, 2020.
The council put forth their best efforts this year in creating a conference with content to provide insight and industry reflections for all attendees and will continue to do so as we plan the next CRC conference. Because of the efforts put forth by all the upcoming speakers, we would like to thank everyone for their work in creating fantastic content to date and look forward to leveraging at our next conference.
We appreciate your support and patience as we process and work through the transition to a postponed event. Please visit our FAQ page for additional details.
Take a tour through the planned breakout sessions and meet our Senior Leadership Panel
The Canadian Life Insurance industry is undergoing unprecedented change as the industry seeks to modernize its processes and approach to consumers. Please join us for this year’s senior leadership panel which includes Jim Boyle, CEO Foresters, Kevin Dougherty - recently retired EVP innovation and partnerships and former President of Sun Life Canada and Stephane Rochon, CEO Humania who will discuss challenges they have faced but also the opportunities uncovered as Insurers seek to maintain their relevance as they “Act and Re-Act” in an ever changing world.
Meet the Panel
President and CEO of Foresters Financial
Former Executive Vice-President Innovation and Partnerships of Sun Life Financial Canada
President and CEO of Humania Assurance
Assistant Vice President, Strategy and Client Experience for Munich Re, Canada (Life).