Beth Dwyer, General Counsel to the Insurance Division of the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation, will be rounding out the panel of distinguished reinsurance attorneys and officials debating the future of solvent schemes and other finality options during the HB Litigation Conferences Solvent Schemes of Arrangement: Latest Developments in the UK and US conference to be held tomorrow (Jan. 24) at the Down Town Association in New York.

The panel, entitled “Great Debate – The Future of Solvent Schemes and Other ‘Finality’ Options” will be moderated by John Winter of Ruxley Ventures Limited, London and will feature: Susan Power Johnston, Covington & Burling LLP, New York; D. Christopher Heckman, Senior Counsel, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Irving, TX; Karen Weldin Stewart, CIR-ML, Delaware Insurance Commissioner, Dover, DE; and Nick Pearson, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, New York.  The panel will be held from 2:45 – 3:45 pm.

Beth Dwyer has served in her current role since 2000.  Previously she served as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Public Utilities Regulatory unit of the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office for the three years.  She has also worked as an insurance regulation attorney for private law firms in California and Rhode Island and previously served as the Chair of the NAIC Settlement Review (C) Working Group.

For more information or to register for the conference, visit the conference page.