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.
Join Kaitlyn Isley with Ward Group for an informational webinar on NAMIC's 2018 Compensation Survey.
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.
As an attendee of this session, you will receive a high-level understanding of the important tools need to recruit quality board members with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Management module.
This session will offer insights into the evolving nature of innovation and disruption impacting the property/casualty industry with perspectives on the focus and future opportunities of the growing investments in insuretech. It will dive deep into the top disruptive technologies facing mutual insurance companies as well as the disruptors on which venture capital managers are focusing, and the effective responses to address those challenges.
Half of all insurers claim they are in transformation mode, responding to new demands in the digital, connected world. Insurtech, emerging technologies such as autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence, and data in the digital world are all forces driving industry change. Mark Breading will discuss what these trends and forces mean for the mutual environment, especially for companies that are regional or state focused.
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 session will expand on the disruptive forces impacting the insurance industry and share new trends and technologies that will help transform the insurance industry as well as identify key players that are driving this change. Currently, a large sector of innovative developments is focused on improving the customer experience including the quoting, servicing, and claims process. Attendees will be able to identify the value these digital trends can bring to mutual insurance companies and their customers.
Most insurtechs offer opportunities – chances for insurers to partner with them, license technology, or simply learn from them – rather than threats. Most insurers will face disruption from startups only if their competitors choose to embrace a technology that they themselves do not. But how can insurers that don’t have the budget for venture funds or innovation labs take advantage of these new innovations, both internal and external to the insurance industry? No company can leverage every innovation in an effective way. The goal is to understand the marketplace and make decisions that will have the most impact on your lines of business.
Join this session for an inside look at how Grange Insurance has taken an inclusive approach to developing a culture of innovation. With multiple distinct awards for its innovation efforts under its belt, the company was also the third insurance carrier nationally to have an Alexa application. It recently launched a new mobile application that was built and deployed within 90 days. And it is now a corporate sponsor of the nonprofit startup accelerator, Fintech 71. Tim Cunningham, vice president and chief information officer with Grange, will lead a highly informative session outlining some of the company’s key philosophies that led to its recent success in technology and innovation. Recognizing that change is hard and innovating within an industry that is naturally risk adverse is even harder, this session will give you fresh perspective on how you can bring innovative thinking into your own company’s philosophy while sharing some do’s and a few don’ts from Grange’s own experience.
Change is being forced on insurers whether they like it or not. Several of the orthodoxies traditionally underpinning the industry are being challenged and disrupted. Customer expectations are increasingly being set by unrelated or adjacent industries. Technologies allow startups to compete using customer centricity, as opposed to products, as their value offering. And a new insurance paradigm is being crafted regardless of whether incumbent insurers choose, or are able, compete in a new digital era.
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.
Modern policy, billing, and claim systems are the essential foundations insurers need to compete in the digital age. Many are rethinking how core systems can support both digital servicing and sales activities. Karen Furtado will discuss how these systems are evolving and expanding and how trends such as microservices and the application programming interface world affect insurer plans?
With Bootcamp 2.0, we offer directors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of corporate governance within the insurance industry. Whether your board is new to governing, new to insurance, or just needs a refresher, Directors’ Bootcamp 2.0 is an investment you can make in your company’s futures. In this two-day interactive seminar, your board members will gain the tools and the knowledge they need to effectively govern within the mutual insurance industry.
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.
This session will discuss the emerging driver assistance systems that are forming the path to autonomous driving. Test-track and real-world claims data will be shared to demonstrate which systems are working and which are not. This session promises to be fast-paced and entertaining using video footage and the latest insights from the Highway Loss Data Institute to keep the audience engaged.
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 Agricultural Risk Inspection School is a popular and intensive two-and-a-half day program for loss control specialists, underwriters, managers and supervisors. Both fundamental and advanced topics are offered to meet the varying educational needs of those working in loss control today. The highlight of the school is the farm learning lab where attendees go through a hands-on inspection of an area farm.
The Leadership Development Workshop is a one-and-a-half day interactive workshop designed for new and emerging managers, supervisors, and team leaders in the insurance industry. Attendees will explore and gain insight into the four leadership essentials through in-depth instruction, group discussion, hands-on exercises, and facilitated learning. At the conclusion of the workshop, attendees will leave equipped with tools to be a more effective team member or leader.
As an attendee of this session, you will develop an understanding of what succession planning is, the role of the board in overseeing the process, the importance of written plans for succession of directors, officers and managers, and requirements/evaluation of key positions. This webinar qualifies for 1 FMDC credit in the Management module.
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.
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 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.