Transformative technology is expanding at the speed of light and it affects every imaginable touchpoint in our lives – from smart homes and autonomous cars to wearables, medical devices, and nanotechnology. Poised to unleash a new industrial revolution with potential risks evolving just as fast as the technology itself, advanced robotics will thrust upon insurers a world that is extremely different from the one they sought to indemnify in the 20th century. As new fault patterns and untested liabilities arise, the need for thoughtful innovation and new liability models present unique insurance challenges.
For most insurers writing commercial insurance, the majority of their inland marine book of business is comprised of contractors equipment floaters. But is this common inland marine coverage underwritten and priced as carefully as general liability, property, or auto coverages?
This NAMIC 411 webinar will focus on key operating metrics and investment results for the U.S. property/casualty insurance industry, highlighting reported results and recent trends.
This webinar will provide an introduction to private and nonprofit directors and officers coverages with a review of coverage provisions, underwriting considerations, and common claims scenarios that NAMIC members are most likely to experience. This presentation will be educational for the D&O novice, but it can also be a refresher for more experienced insurance professionals.
As an attendee of this session, you will learn the importance of reinsurance, understand the costs associated with reinsurance, develop an understanding of the reinsurance partnership, and more. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Operations and Insurance module.
NAMIC is pleased to report that more than 50 companies participated in the second biennial Property/Casualty Insurance Executive Pay Practices Study. Join Margaret Resce Milkint, managing partner at The Jacobson Group and Vince Albers, manager with Ward Group on Nov. 8, at 2 p.m. to discuss the study results and the trends currently impacting insurance industry executive pay practices.
In Oklahoma, earthquakes used to be rare occurrences. But in the last decade, the rate of earthquakes has jumped to previously uncharted levels of activity. Interestingly, so have the rise in hydrofracking and wastewater injections. A consensus of scientists believes there is a strong link between the two, with most felt earthquakes being associated with wastewater disposal wells. In this webinar, we'll explain the basics of earthquake science, show the impact of increased seismic activity on catastrophe models, and explore what this emerging risk means for the insurance industry.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will receive a high-level overview of the adjusting process and develop an understanding of catastrophe management, determination of values, depreciation, bad faith, fraud, claims audits, and documentation. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Operations and Insurance module.
This leading annual conference is designed for Claims professionals and offers informative educational sessions, valuable peer-to-peer networking, unique local experiences, and connections with industry partners.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will receive a high-level overview of the underwriting process and develop an understanding of pricing, forms, insurance to value, catastrophe mapping, underwriting audits, and more. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Operations and Insurance module.
Share your insights, gather valuable information on current issues and learn more about industry trends at this annual two day event designed for mid-to senior-level underwriters, managers, and executives. With informative presentations from insurance industry experts and consultants, numerous networking opportunities, and easy access to commercial lines service providers, you don’t want to miss this leading industry event.
Join the most powerful and productive event of the year exclusively for CEOs of member primary insurance companies. Here you will gather in small groups to share and gather strategic insight, ideas, and foster connections with your peers. CEOs tell us this is one of the most valuable events they attend each year.
This annual event is designed specifically for personal lines underwriters, marketing executives (agent relations/business development), and product development professionals from property/casualty insurance companies. It provides educational sessions focused on emerging issues, professional development topics, and industry trends. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers facing similar issues and gain insights to put to work back at the office.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will develop a better understanding of key financial ratios and key performance indicators, analyze company trends, identify strategies to reach goals, and more. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Finance and Accounting module.
Forum is the gathering place for small to medium sized mutual industry professionals. From the flash forum for state associations to the carefully designed Professional Farm Mutual Manager courses, the Forum is where participants can find networking opportunities and educational sessions that encompass the aspects of running and working with farm mutual companies. At Forum, managers, directors, board members, state association leaders, service partners, and up-and-coming leaders in the industry can benefit from the technical and strategic education offered.
The Management Conference is a summit for CEOs, executive teams, and future leaders of the industry. Power sessions focus on strategy, innovation, leadership and industry trends. Concurrent sessions dive into operational and emerging issues. Workshops and interactive sessions allow for extended discussions and opportunities to learn from fellow leaders in the industry.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will learn how to create a marketing plan and develop an understanding of licensing, advertising, marketing representatives, and more. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Operations and Insurance module.
The alignment of interest and shared benefit among all parties is at the heart of mutuality. Common interests and sharing knowledge are also at the heart of the Communications + Marketing Workshop, the only marketing workshop for the mutual insurance industry.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will review different types of consolidations, study the financial implications of each, and better understand what financial questions to ask as a board member. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Finance and Accounting module.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will gain an understanding of the importance of the audit committee, including its role, charter, steps to formation and committee composition. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Finance and Accounting module.