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Industry Roundtable: Insurance

April 11, 2024

1:00 - 1:50 PM


Embark on a focused exploration of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) within the intricate landscape of the insurance industry at our TPRM-specific Industry Roundtable: Insurance (Life, Health, Auto, etc).

In this session, participants will delve into the nuanced challenges and strategic imperatives that TPRM professionals encounter in the diverse realms of life, health, auto, and other insurance sectors. Discussions will revolve around optimizing vendor risk assessments, ensuring compliance with industry-specific regulations, and fortifying resilience against evolving risks. Industry leaders will share insights into effective TPRM frameworks tailored to the insurance landscape, emphasizing risk mitigation strategies and fostering collaboration across the sector.

This roundtable provides a targeted platform for TPRM practitioners in the insurance industry to share experiences, explore tailored solutions, and stay ahead of the curve.

Join us for a comprehensive dialogue on TPRM intricacies within the insurance domain at our specialized Industry Roundtable.

Christopher Strazishar | Third Party Governance Program Manager | Corebridge Financial

Christopher Strazishar is part of a small team in Third Party Governance at Corebridge Financial supporting the 1st Line Business and 2ndLine Third Party Risk Management team. He has spent his entire career in the Life and Retirement Insurance industry – the first 17 years building out Life New Business operations, vendor management teams, and an internal insurance agency; the past 5 years in Risk Management and Governance.

Being from Wisconsin originally, Christopher received his BS in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and MBA from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. With his wife and teenage son, they have lived in Houston and now in Nashville. In his free time he volunteers with the Third Party Risk Association, helps with local church ministries, and is a member of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville Educational Advisory Board.

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