RIMS 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition

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RIMS 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition – REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Join us April 15-18 in Philadelphia

No Boundaries

If your organization is like most, risk is not confined to just one department. Everyone has risk management responsibilities. At RIMS 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition, there are no limits to the information and resources available to help you and your organization innovatively minimize risks. You’ll find a wide array of educational sessions offering practical strategies, no matter what your business area. Sessions are offered at all experience levels—from beginner to advanced—so you can design an educational experience that fits your needs. And, the Exhibit Hall is jam-packed with solutions–everything you’ll need for the upcoming year.

RIMS ’12 will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center located on 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

What’s New!

Continuing Education:  RIMS has partnered with the CEU Institute to administer CE/CEU/CPE credits at RIMS ‘12! Learn more.

Exhibit Hall Pass:  Available for Wednesday, April 18 only. Register now.

Strategic Risk Management (SRM):  New sessions offering concepts and analytic resources to enrich organizational strategic risk decisions. View sessions.

RIMS ’12 Mobile App: Get live event updates, interactive floor maps, exhibitor collateral and more. Coming soon! Check back for details.

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