Join the Great Lakes Chapter as they collaborate with AAIS on how fires always make the news, but what about fire is actually new? Presented by Dr. Matt Hinds-Aldrich.
With all the information about wildfire losses it is easy to get overwhelmed, AAIS has developed a new Risk Awareness Service about Wildfires that provides curated, consolidated, and timely information about the wildfire peril.
Most of the data available about fire (and many other perils) tend to be response-oriented, but what about data on mitigation efforts? AAIS helped develop openIDL that could help transform how we share and utilize mitigation data about fires and other perils.
Join the Gulf States Chapter for a webinar on Methods of Accessing the Non-Admitted Insurance Market in the U.S. This presentation will cover the basics of the regulation of the surplus lines insurance business and its current challenges and hot topics.
Join the New England Chapter for an Update From Vermont. In attendance will be Deputy Commissioner Kevin Gaffney, Phil Keller, Director of Insurance Regulations, and Emily Brown, Director of Rates and Forms.
Presented by the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), and Greenberg Traurig, P.A. featuring chief insurance regulators from around the country. Moderated by Greenberg Traurig’s Fred Karlinsky, the panel of Commissioners will provide insight into important regulatory topics from their home states, as well as the activities of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
This webinar will cover lessons learned from 2019 OFAC enforcement cases and provide key insights and actionable solutions to ensure that your insurance company meets compliance requirements and avoids costly sanctions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to an onslaught of business interruption claims causing carriers to scrutinize their commercial policies. AAIS’s Nicole Milos, Phil Skaggs and Joe Jonas will discuss the current issues and trends of COVID-19 claims, the regulatory and legislative response, the industry impact and the challenges facing today’s carriers as a result of these pandemic events.
Deciding the optimal approach and strategy for your new product and program launch is critical. Very often changes in regulations, technologies, and internal resources make planning and executing on new filing projects more challenging, especially in today’s environment.
The current growth of geosocial data is changing the face of risk management and investigations. Learn what geosocial data is, and exactly how this type of information is used to investigate insurance claims of all kinds. Understand how to gain eye- opening insight into accidents, site security, workplace harassment and high exposure incidents, by locating social media photographs, videos, and posts at specific locations and times anywhere in the world. This session utilizes real life case examples to demonstrate the impact of this new technology in the realm of risk management, law and insurance. The session also shows how evidence can be uncovered and leveraged in a variety of scenarios. Privacy and legal issues, as well as preserving, authenticating and presenting this type of cyber evidence will also be discussed. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of the best investigative practices require for a successful geosocial investigation and exactly how to add this new information to their wide range of skills.
Hosted by the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), and presented by Greenberg Traurig, P.A. and RMS in which we will discuss the impact of world events such as pandemics, hurricanes, floods, and wildfires on how insurance products are developed and filed for regulatory approval.