Navigation Links
Experts Offer Global Benefits Strategies at Symposium
Date:2/7/2008

CLEVELAND, Feb. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland-based risk consulting and insurance brokerage firm Oswald Companies announced today that it will host employee benefits experts from around the globe at its "International Benefits Symposium." The February 26 seminar is part of the Oswald Seminar Series.

The keynote speaker is Dr. Robert C. Karch, the Founder and Executive Director of the National Center for Health and Fitness and the International Institute for Health Promotion at American University in Washington, DC. Dr. Karch is a visionary and leader in the field of Global Health Management who will offer expert insight into how global benefits programs can aid companies with international growth strategies.

Fees for attending the seminar are $100 per participant or $175 per company; however, the seminar is free of charge to clients of Oswald Companies.

Oswald Companies, in conjunction with its Assurex Partners from around the world, will host this full day event that covers topics such as multi-national health cost pooling, due diligence best practices when making international acquisitions and individual break-out sessions with representatives from England, France, Italy, Germany, Mexico, Canada and China.

What: "International Benefits Symposium"

Who: Oswald Companies Clients (free)

and Non-clients ($100 fee or $175/company)

When: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008

Where: The Ritz-Carlton

1515 W. Third St.

Cleveland, Oh 44113

How: Please register online at: http://www.oswaldservices.com/seminar

Contact Sarah LoPresti with questions about registration or

payment at slopresti@oswaldcompanies.com, 216-658-8542

About Oswald Companies

Established in 1893 and headquartered in Cleveland, Oswald Companies and its 450 employees provide value-added products and global services in risk management, property and casualty insurance, life insurance, group benefits and retirement plans from offices in Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina and Ohio. Oswald Companies is supported by 20,000 professionals at 117 independently owned insurance brokers on six continents as an Assurex Global Partner, a consortium of leading risk management and business insurance experts. For more information please visit http://www.oswaldcompanies.com.

About Assurex Global

Founded in 1954 and headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Assurex Global combines the experience and expertise of 20,000 professionals in every major city on six continents; 117 independently owned broker Partners comprise the world's largest privately held risk management, commercial insurance and employee benefits brokerage group, placing annual premiums of $23 billion. Assurex Global Partners-only one per market-are selected by capability, integrity, growth potential, quality and breadth of services. For a complete list of Assurex Global Partners or for more information, visit http://www.assurexglobal.com.


'/>"/>
SOURCE Oswald Companies
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related medicine news :

1. Cejka Search Experts Present Latest Developments in Physician Retention and CEO Leadership Skills
2. Avon Foundation Brings Together Breast Cancer Experts in Houston to Report Significant New Data
3. Global Experts Convene to Discuss Emotional Trauma Caused by Disasters
4. Fertility Experts: Winter Waistlines a Swelling Problem for Indianians Trying to Get Pregnant
5. Wellness Experts From Cleveland Clinic Set for 2008 Crystal Voyages
6. Experts call for better research into link between womens hormones and mood disorders
7. Child mental health experts issue psychiatric medication treatment guidelines for preschoolers
8. Experts Agree That One Case Is Too Many; Tackle Tough Issue of Anesthesia Awareness
9. Experts Available to Discuss World AIDS Day, HIV/AIDS Issues Facing America
10. Drug Safety Experts Call for Increased Patient Involvement
11. Aging Isnt About Slowing Down, Experts Say
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/23/2016)... CA (PRWEB) , ... May 23, 2016 , ... Researchers ... is so routine. A fresh look at this technique may yield big benefits. ... reproducibility of experiments in a cell culture laboratory—and lessen the risk of ...
(Date:5/23/2016)... New York, NY (PRWEB) , ... May 23, 2016 , ... ... revolutionary, sport-injury preventative testing program for athletes. This is the first time this type ... South California, is being made available to the public in New York. , With ...
(Date:5/23/2016)... ... 23, 2016 , ... ComplianceOnline, the leading governance, risk and compliance advisory network ... September 15 and 16, 2016 in San Diego, CA. The two day summit ... be one of the largest gatherings of medical device companies, suppliers, professionals and experts ...
(Date:5/23/2016)... ... May 23, 2016 , ... ... today that nominations will be accepted May 23, 2016 through August 5, ... include the Information Security Executive® of the Year, which recognizes executives who ...
(Date:5/23/2016)... ... 23, 2016 , ... Hadley Institute for the Blind and ... blind or visually impaired, announces the election of Julie S. Tye as its ... Board of Trustees retained Morris & Berger, a firm specializing in non-profit executive ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:5/19/2016)... , May 19, 2016 ... World Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Treatment Devices Market - ... CHF treatment devices market would reach $14.8 billion by ... 2022. Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICDs) segment is expected to dominate ... period. North America is projected ...
(Date:5/19/2016)... 19, 2016 Research ... "Global In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) Market Size, Market ... Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2012 ...      (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160330/349511LOGO ... research report forecasts on In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) ...
(Date:5/19/2016)...  IBM,s (NYSE:   IBM )  World Community Grid ... drug candidates to cure Zika, a fast spreading virus ... public health emergency. IBM and a global ... or Android device to join the #OpenZika project. Volunteers ... help; they simply  run an app   on ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: