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ACADEMIC SOCIAL

 

Sunday, April 29
14:00 Accreditation / Registration (opposite Salón Mayor in Casa Santo Domingo)
Participants staying at Casa Santo Domingo, Camino Real and El Convento will receive their documenation upon checkin at their respective hotels.
19:00 End of Accreditation / Registration
19:00 Departure of buses from Camino Real and El Convento hotels to Casa Santo Domingo
19:30 Welcome cocktail at Museums Area in Casa Santo Domingo (main hotel)
Recommended dress code: elegant casual, no jeans; no tie is necessary
Activity in the open air, estimated temperature ranges between 15 and 17º C; there may be some dew. A light jacket is recommended. When choosing your shoes please take into consideration that you will have to walk on cobbled paving.
21:30 End of the activity
21:30 Departure of buses back to hotels
 
Monday, April 30
08:00 Accreditation / Registration (opposite Salón Mayor in Casa Santo Domingo)
08:30 Departure of buses from Camino Real and El Convento hotels to Casa Santo Domingo
09:00 Opening ceremony (Salón Mayor in Casa Santo Domingo) Accompanying persons are welcome
- Estuardo Castellanos (President Hosting Committee)
- Alexandre Malucelli (President PASA)
09:15 Opening conference
Speaker:
- Emmanuel Seidner (President, Finance and Economy Committee of the National Congress of Guatemala)
09:45 Keynote Conference
Speaker:
- Mary Buffett (best-selling author, international speaker, consultant and environmental activist, U.S.A.)
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 Conference:
Market statistics
Speaker:
- Juan Fernando Serrano (President, Latino Insurance, Ecuador)
11:45 Conference:
Underwriting challenges: US "green" construction
Oradora:
- Nancy Cruz (Managing Director, Bond and Financial Products, The Travelers Cos., U.S.A.)
12:15 Conference:
Development of the Bermuda reinsurance market, an overview
Speaker:
- Karl Mayr (CEO Axis Re Europe, and Chairman of the Board of Axis Re Ltd, Ireland)
12:45 Questions and answers
13:00 End of academic sessions
Lunch and afternoon - own arrangements
18:45 Meeting at the lobby of each hotel for the sponsored evening activity
19:00 Departure of buses
19:15 Cocktail and dinner at Santa Clara Convent
Recommended dress code: elegant casual, no jeans; no tie is necessary
Activity in the open air, estimated temperature ranges between 15 and 17º C; there may be some dew. A light jacket is recommended. When choosing your shoes please take into consideration that you will have to walk on cobbled paving.
22:00 End of activity
22:00 Departure of buses back to hotels
22:15 Arrival at hotels
 
Tuesday, May 1
09:00 Round table
Fronting: for how long?
Speakers:
- Clementina Hiteshew (Senior Surety Underwriter, Specialty Surety Department/ International and National accounts, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, U.S.A.)
- Andrés Sicilia (President, Fianzas Universales S.A., Guatemala)
- Germán Medina (Member of PASA Surety Committee, and Technical Director, Afianzadora Sofimex S.A., Mexico)
10:15 Questions and answers
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Round table:
Where are credit insurance and surety bonds heading to?
- Interaction with the audience
Coordinator:
- Ivo Nijenhuis (Senior Underwriter, Bond and Credit Reinsurance, Nationale Borg, Curacao)

Speakers:
- Juan Cano (General Director, CESCE Fianzas México, Mexico)
- Luis Alberto Pestana (CChief Commercial Officer - Director Comercial, UBF Seguros S/A), Brazil)
- Juan Enrique Bustamante (President, Compañía Mundial de Seguros S.A., Colombia)
- Horacio Bach (Head of Surety, Latinamerica, Zurich Argentina S.A., Argentina)
- Fernando Lamas (Technical Manager, La Mundial C.A.V. de Seguros de Crédito, Venezuela)
- Rubén Darío Carles (Bonds Director, CAR, EAR / ASSA Compañía de Seguros, S. A., Panama)
13:00 End of round table
13:15 Group photo
13:30 Lunch
15:00 Debate                                                                                                      * * PASA MEMBERS ONLY * *
PASA as an agent of Institutional Relations (Lobby)
Presentation of the results of the survey on lobby needs; principles, aims and channels for lobby actions by PASA.
Presenters and moderators:
- Alexandre Mallucelli (President PASA)
- Andrés Sicilia (Second Vice President PASA)
17:00 End of debate
Evening: own arrangements
 
Wednesday, May 2
09:00 Presentation of the work awarded the first prize of Carlos Dupont Contest 2011
09:30 Panel :
PASA's tool box
- Coordinator:
- Alexandre Malucelli, (President PASA)

Speakers:
- " PASA Website - Debora Kalpschtrej (Operating Office PASA)
- " PASA Digital library - Evelyn Kudlak (Operating Office PASA)
- " Actions of PASA Working Committees:
- Jorge Rodríguez (President, Surety Committee)
- Alejandro Santamaría (President, Credit Committee)
- Félix Winzap (President, Education Committee)
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 Anniversary panel:
Surety bonds and credir insurance: Looking at the future from the past
Presenter and Coordinator:
- Jorge Orozco (President PASA 1984-1986)

Speakers:
- Bernardo Botero Morales (President PASA 1990-1992)
- Carlos Krieger (President PASA 1992-1994)
- Marcelo Moreno (President PASA 1994-1996)
- Aníbal López (President PASA 2006-2008)
- Javier Cárdenas (President PASA 2008-2010)
12:30 Closing ceremony of the academic sessions
13:00 XXIV General Assembly and Election of new Authorities for the Panamerican Surety Association
14:30 End of sessions
Lunch: own arrangements
17:15 Departure of buses from each hotel to Santo Domingo del Cerro for the gala anniversary and farewell offered by the Panamerican Surety Association
Recommended dress code: long dress for ladies and dark suit and tie for gentlemen.
Part of the activity will be in the open air, and the dinner and dance under a thawn without walls. The estimated temperature ranges between 15 and 17º C; there may be some dew. Ladies are recommended to wear a jacket. When choosing your shoes please take into consideration that you will have to walk on cobbled paving
17:45 Relaxation at twilight and cocktail
19:00 Becoming acquainted with the place
19:30 Dinner, show and dance
21:00 Departure of first buses back to hotels.
Subsequent departures: every 30 minutes.
12:00 End of activity
12:45 Departure of last bus to hotels
 
Thursday, May 3
All day:
Participants depart back home or take post-event tours