Northwest Insurance Law Conference

October 28-29, 2021 | USA

This program is designed to provide practitioners and insurance professionals with an update on new developments affecting the insurance industry in the Pacific Northwest.  The program will be beneficial to anyone associated with the insurance industry, particularly those involved in insurance claims.  The program will feature attorneys from Washington, Idaho, and Oregon with a range of experience in representing insurers and policyholders and also features a Judicial Panel discussion about insurance cases that should not be missed.

Spotlight

Insurance institutions aren’t known for chasing trends. And maybe you wouldn’t want them to be. For an industry where customers are best served by the sober assessment of risk, there’s something reaffirming about the industry’s steady bearing in FinTech’s choppy wake. But transformative forces are there at the edges, under the surface, looking for a way in. They’re in the technology that’s taking the human element out of risk. They’re showing up along the value chain, bringing price transparency and brand-new products. They’re in adjacent sectors, where pay-per-click threatens commissions and customers must insure assets they use but don’t own. And they’re in the data, where the future can be told.


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Mental Health, Wellness & Safety in Field Service

March 15-16, 2022 | USA

Beyond the terrible cost impact of workplace injury and mental health & wellness issues (i.e., insurance/liability claims, capacity management issues, customer satisfaction issues), there is a human element to this result – people are hurting. As leaders, it is incumbent upon us to lead the effort to create a platform of support and to embrace a culture of Service is Humanity. If we can’t service and support our internal teams with resources and care to help alleviate the above, then there is no guarantee we will be successful in caring for customers. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 1 in 5 adults suffer from mental illness.

Cyber Insurance Innovation 2022

April 21-22, 2022 | USA

Cyber insurance is booming. But with numerous challenges, such as a lack of capacity, a fraught relationship between brokers and underwriters, and a lack of standardised data, it’s no easy win.

BROKER SMACKDOWN

July 19-21, 2022 | USA

This 2.5 day program is designed to give emerging leaders an in-depth understanding of how the insurance brokerage business works, how it makes money, and how strategies and decisions impact financial, operational and sales results. Participants gain a deeper understanding of their role in the big picture of brokerage business and develop an appreciation for the decisions senior leaders make. They also enhance their understanding of the metrics that are important to the bottom line.

RIMS 2022

April 10-13, 2022 | USA

With 100+ hours of education, countless networking opportunities, and innovative solutions in the Marketplace—there's something for everyone. We’re ready to welcome risk professionals at all levels, from all backgrounds and parts of the world.

Spotlight

Insurance institutions aren’t known for chasing trends. And maybe you wouldn’t want them to be. For an industry where customers are best served by the sober assessment of risk, there’s something reaffirming about the industry’s steady bearing in FinTech’s choppy wake. But transformative forces are there at the edges, under the surface, looking for a way in. They’re in the technology that’s taking the human element out of risk. They’re showing up along the value chain, bringing price transparency and brand-new products. They’re in adjacent sectors, where pay-per-click threatens commissions and customers must insure assets they use but don’t own. And they’re in the data, where the future can be told.

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