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Global Insurance Symposium Schedule Finalized, Early Registration Ends March 31

DES MOINES, IA--(Marketwired - March 17, 2014) - The Greater Des Moines Partnership, Iowa Economic Development Authority and Iowa Insurance Division announced today a new deadline for early registration for the Global Insurance Symposium in Des Moines May 20-22, 2014.

Registration through March 31 is $395, moving to $495 April 1. To register, visit

The Global Insurance Symposium will feature a powerhouse agenda of renowned industry keynote and panel speakers, as well as numerous opportunities for attendees to participate in roundtable and breakout discussion sessions with global insurance leaders examining changing international insurance regulatory issues. Featured speakers include Senator Ben Nelson, CEO, National Association of Insurance Commissioners; Vice Commissioner for International Affairs Masamichi Kono, Japan Financial Services Agency; Governor Tim Pawlenty, Financial Services Round Table; Governor Dirk Kempothorne, President & CEO, American Council of Life Insurers; a number of state insurance commissioners; and insurance industry leaders and regulatory representatives from various states, national offices and international organizations. A full schedule of the event can be viewed at

"The Global Insurance Symposium has a deep line-up of speakers and is a relevant event for those who are central to the operations and regulation of the insurance industry, both nationally and globally," said Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart. 

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad announced the Symposium in January. 

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Amy Baker
Greater Des Moines Partnership

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