Seminar Managing Risk in an Interconnected World Date: April 8, 2014 Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Location: Saint Mary's University Center 2540 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404 Cost: General $20, Students and Saint Mary’s University Alumni, $10 Register for this event Financial risk changes every day. Moves around the world. Requires dynamic plans. From religious and ethnic strife to government policies that impact currency exchange, the cost of failed risk management falls on businesses, financial institutions, and, ultimately, investors and consumers. Risk management requires the frequent rebalancing of probabilities and consequences: Financial institutions - How does your organization safeguard its assets? As companies trade across borders, will they outgrow your services? How do you help your customers manage risk? Companies - As countries change policies, how do you assess market share and sales, as well as profits and collections? Investors and consumers - How do companies protect against the risks that impact their stability and pricing? Panelists Join our distinguished panel as they discuss risk management strategies and respond to your questions: Dr. Richard Bohr (Moderator), Former director at the Minnesota Trade Office, Faculty member at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Curtis L. Hanson, Principal at Trade Acceptance Group, Ltd. Timm Reifschneider, Export Manager at Rosenbauer America Mary Henehan, Vice President, US Bank Foreign Exchange Patricia Pelzer, Chief Financial Officer, United States Distilled Products, Co./Phillips Distilling Co.