Natural catastrophes are among the most threatening perils in the nation—and without comprehensive coverage, can result in devastating losses for your clients. Attendees of CAT Risk 2017 California will access expert, comprehensive masterclass content featuring timely discussions of risk mitigation, underwriting advancements and broker best-practices to position insureds ahead of mounting catastrophe losses.
Uniting more than 120 specialized underwriters, wholesale brokers and retail agents, CAT Risk 2017 is a must-attend for insurance professionals leading the way in the flood, earthquake and fire markets, and offers the opportunity to network with key industry innovators.
Earn Property & Casualty CE for the State of California
Provider name: Key Media
Course title: CAT Risk 2017
Course number: 356432
Approved for: Property and Casualty (FX)
Up to 6 hours of CE credit
California CAT: Rising risk and response
A panel of flood, earthquake and fire coverage experts unite to discuss the increasing frequency of catastrophic events and how this trend is shaping coverage needs and policies available.
Provider perspectives: California flood and CAT coverage
Leading coverage providers in the US catastrophe market discuss the challenges of underwriting natural disasters and what brokers and agents can do to better protect insureds.
Claims innovation: Redefining resiliency with Lexington & TFIA
Lexington and The Flood Insurance Agency introduce an insurance-first program to build resiliency during the claims resolution process after a catastrophe loss.
Triggering events: Addressing CAT policy exclusions and coverage gaps
Explore how natural disaster policy overlaps and exclusions must be addressed to best protect against costly catastrophe losses.
Catastrophe modeling: Tools, updates and understanding
A catastrophe modeling expert outlines critical updates to risk modeling tools available to help insurance professionals more accurately rate risks and place suitable coverage against catastrophes.
Overcoming client obstacles: Communicating risks, requirements and rates
Find out how to better protect clients against natural disasters by clearly communicating the risks, rates and requirements of coverage
Burns & Wilcox
California Earthquake Authority
California Department of Insurance
Merlinos & Associates
RT Specialty San Francisco
JBA Risk Management
Rimkus Consulting Group
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Terms & Conditions:
One pass admits one person to the event and cannot be split between multiple delegates. If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations received in writing 14 or more days in advance will incur a $200 fee. The remaining balance will be refunded to you or issued as credit valid for use towards another Key Media event within 12 months of the date of issuance. The company regrets no refunds will be made less than 14 days prior to the event. Should Key Media cancel or postpone the event, delegates will receive a full refund. Key Media is not responsible for any loss, damage or additional costs incurred as a result of alteration, cancellation or postponement. Please note all speakers and content are confirmed at time of publication, however we reserve the right to modify or alter the program including advertised speakers without notice. Key Media is not liable for the content of any speaker presentations.
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