Upcoming Miami Free Seminar: Regional Issues with BI: Does the Mexican Form Lead to a Windfall? & Potential Savings in “Continuing Costs”?

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During our decades of experience in Latin America we have identified many areas where regional use and custom do not follow the overall approach of the market in general.
In this opportunity we want to introduce and discuss two of those areas; the Mexican Business Interruption form and whether it results in the proper indemnity of the actual loss suffered and, how some continuing costs could actually become savings potentially leading to a windfall. It is important for insurers and adjusters to be aware of these variances when presented with underwriting opportunities and with adjusting assignments.

Date: August 28th, 2018

Time:

5:15 pm Registration

5.30 pm Conference

6:00 pm Informal discussion

6:15 pm Networking

Where: Malbec Room of Novecento 1414 Brickell Ave, MIAMI, FL 33131

Registration deadline: August 27th, 2018 at 1:00PM. Only 40 available tickets.

To register, please send an email to: hilda.welcker@kennedyscmk.com

Casual attire. Cost for this event: Free

The discussion will be presented by Juan E. López-Santini and Marcos R. López from QLDG Forensic Accountants.

Juan E. López-Santini

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During the past three decades, Juan E. López-Santini has participated in thousands of damage valuation, business interruption and litigation support engagements and has also presented expert witness testimony in international tribunals. His expertise in the fields of forensic accounting and analysis, damage assessment, and technical insurance issues is recognized by legal and technical insurance experts alike.
He is a founding partner of QLDG and a prominent expert and leading voice in the valuation of damages and business interruption in the power generation, mining and oil industries.
His passion for prompt, accurate, relevant, and independent analysis is reflected in his vast body of work and is well known throughout the industry in the United States, Latin American, and the Caribbean. His expertise extends to individual and/or catastrophic events, expert witness testimony in international disputes, and complex financial losses. He has been invited to share his knowledge and experience in international insurance seminars across the region.

Marcos R. López

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Marcos R. López is a manager at QLDG where he has worked since 2006. He primarily attends instructions in the Latin-America region, additionally handling instructions on matters located in North America, Europe and other international markets as well.
Prior to joining QLDG, he had experience in investigative accounting, transaction tracing, supporting federal criminal investigations and reporting, evidence handling, federal & state regulatory compliance audits as well as securing, duplicating, indexing, searching and extracting data and evidence from computer systems.
Since joining QLDG he has gained experience in the review and analysis of time element insurance claims, inventory losses, overall valuation of damages, and international litigation and dispute resolutions. He has excelled in the analysis of large & complex claims, detailed modeling and calculation of lost earnings, breach of contracts and international treaties, and damage projections for presentation to tribunals.

About QLDG
QLDG is an Accounting Firm, which specializes in forensic and claims accounting and related litigation support services. Our forensic analysis services are geared towards the complex financial matters encountered by Insurance Companies and Legal Professionals the world over. All of our partners have over 30-years of experience exclusively on the forensic and claims accounting field.

 

 

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