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Annual Spring Conference

  • March 08, 2018
  • 7:45 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Nittany Lion Inn, 200 West Park Avenue, State College, PA

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Kick off the 2018 Educational Calendar at the Annual Spring Conference

The PAMIC Education Committee would like to invite you to our first educational seminar of the year, the Annual Spring Conference! Join us on March 7, 2018, for a reception at 5:30 p.m. and on March 8, 2018, for our featured education. This seminar has been submitted for 5 CE Credits. We hope to see everyone in State College. 

Speakers: 

David W. Titley, RADM, Ret.
, Professor of Practice in Meteorology, Affiliate Professor, Penn State School of International Affairs, Director, Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk

Professor Titley will discuss climate change in the northeastern states and how this is impacting insurance companies. He will also discuss characteristics that have some calling Pennsylvania climate refuge.

Sue Quimby, CPCU, AU, CIC, CPIW, DAE, Assistant Vice President, Media Editor, Client Services and Training and Senior Product Development Analyst, MSO, Inc.

Sue will outline some of the industry responses to weather-related events such as hurricanes, wildfires, and hailstorms.

For a listing of the speakers and topics featured at Annual Spring Conference view the full agenda by clicking here

Overview:

Our morning sessions will focus on the storm activity of recent years including the impacts of hurricanes/tropical storms, microbursts, inland flooding, tornado activity and hail in Pennsylvania.   A meteorologist will discuss these trends, and we will explore the insurance industry response including wind/storm deductibles, shortened hail reporting periods, ACV roof endorsements, and activities aimed to identify fraud.  We will explore new products to address coverage for inland flooding exposures (not traditionally impacted by flooding) as well as analytic tools available to identify properties and/or buildings that are most susceptible to these issues often caused by water runoff tied to urban sprawl.   

Our afternoon sessions will provide insights into agency/company relationships.  We will explore the growing trend of “aggregators” and feature a panel with representatives from various aggregators to discuss their business model and the role of mutual companies in their operations.   Our second session will include a representative from an agency trade association to discuss the current topics important to them and provide insight into how mutual companies can best serve the needs of our agents and policyholders.

Reservations:

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Nittany Lion Inn at a rate of $129 per night plus applicable taxes. Please call 1-800-233-7505 and reference PAMIC18A to receive that rate. The room block is good until 2/05/18.

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