Ransomware attacks are surging and ransom amounts are getting larger. If infected, ransomware can immediately shut down your business by blocking access to your networks and critical data. Join our webinar to learn about how ransomware is deployed, the latest variants, the damage it causes, and the most effective ways to protect your business from being a ransomware victim.
As an attendee of this webinar, you will understand what is involved in mergers and consolidations, explore the reasons for considering a merger, discuss the terminology and steps involved, and learn the importance of outside expert advisors. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC credit in the Management module.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020. The most comprehensive privacy legislation to date in the United States imposes robust obligations on businesses across the country who collect information from California consumers. While the effective date of the CCPA may be near, the law continues to evolve meaning that compliance efforts for businesses are far from over. This webinar will address the critical CCPA compliance issues faced by insurance companies. This will include an in-depth examination of the exemptions which may apply insurance companies, how those exemptions relate to personal information collected by insurance companies, considerations for how to deal with third-parties, and an update on the regulations proposed by the California Attorney General. Join Baker Donelson’s Matt White and Alex Koskey as they provide a roadmap of CCPA obligations as they relate to insurance companies.
This course will provide an overview of the procedures needed to hold a proper board meeting. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Management module.
Insurers have long been a critical component of our country’s financial services industry. And like other sectors of the industry, insurers recently have become increasingly dependent on technology and electronic data, including highly sensitive business and consumer data. For obvious reasons, insurers are at increased risk of cyber-attacks, data breach, and other cyber mishaps. Given the seriousness of these risks to the US economy and individual consumers, regulators and law makers are now zeroing in on the insurance industry’s cyber security practices and procedures. Join Judy Selby, founder of Clearview Privacy Consulting, LLC and Judy Selby Consulting, LLC and Heather McArn, partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on January 28, 2020 at 2:00 pm Eastern as they discuss the current state of cyber laws and regulations impacting the insurance sector and provide practical advice on achieving compliance and mitigating cyber risks.
The NAMIC Claims Conference is an annual conference designed for Claims leaders and professionals within property/casualty mutual insurance companies. At the conference, leaders just like you discover things they may have never known were there – a group of allies, a sounding board, and peers with similar experiences gathered together. With educational sessions focused on peer-developed topics, highly rated roundtable discussions for sharing experiences, and unique opportunities to build your network, the conference offers something for everyone within Claims leadership. Connecting with peers can give you the support and perspective can help you embrace the power of the mutual community.
This course will provide an understanding of the current legislative and regulatory arenas as they relate to the mutual insurance industry. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Operations & 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.
This course will dive deep into how to read, understand, and analyze the financial statements necessary to run a successful mutual insurance company. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Finance & Accounting module.
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 course will explore the role of the board regarding oversight of a company’s readiness for a cyber breach. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Operations & Insurance module.
Personal Lines Seminar is an informative exchange designed to energize, inform, and empower professionals from property/casualty insurance companies working in the personal lines underwriting, business marketing, and product development space. Upshift your education with sessions focused on emerging issues, industry trends, and professional development topics.
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.
This course will examine methods to keep strategic planning moving forward. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Management module.
Farm Mutual Forum is an annual gathering of small and midsize mutual insurance professionals. At Forum, you will find networking opportunities, peer-to-peer learning, and technical and strategic educational sessions that encompass the aspects of running and working with farm mutual companies.
This course will provide insight into industry performance metrics to help board members understand the numbers behind financial and operational performance. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Finance & Accounting module.
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.
This course will dive deep into CGAD and its implications in the mutual insurance industry. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Management 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 highly interactive and engaging one-and-a-half day immersive experience for insurance professionals who are looking to develop their team leadership and management skills. Both new and experienced leaders have options to choose from with two featured workshop tracks. Check out the Workshop Topics & Speakers page for more information on each track and the target audience. As an exciting new addition this year, the workshop will kick off with a panel session of CEOs, who will share their insights on leadership with attendees.
This course will provide a high-level overview of the underwriting process. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Operations & Insurance module.
This course will provide an understanding of the impact that different types of retirement plans can have on a small mutual insurance company. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Finance & Accounting module.
This course will provide an understanding of potential conflicts of interest and what effect they may have on a mutual insurance company. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Management module.
This course will provide a high-level overview of the claims and adjusting process. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Operations & Insurance module.
This course will dive deep into the audit function in the mutual insurance industry and issues companies may face. This webinar qualifies for one FMDC elective or maintenance credit in the Finance & Accounting module.