Virtual Education

Personal Lines Insurance Market Disruptors –COVID-19, InsurTechs, Global Warming, and More!
Dec 3, 2020

Have you heard how the personal lines insurance market is being disrupted? InsurTechs are delivering innovative product ideas to the market with fast, technology-driven services. On the flip side, COVID-19 is forcing disruptions to the market through mandatory leniency for policyholders, refund requirements, and rapidly evolving loss exposure while more extreme weather events are increasing uncertainty and costs. Please join these industry experts as they share more about these disruptive forces.

411 Webinar | Showcasing NAMIC Resource Centers
Dec 8, 2020

Learn about the wealth of insurance industry-related information NAMIC’s online resource centers have to offer. If you are curious about topics such as corporate governance, compliance, reinsurance, and strategic planning, the first portion of this webinar will provide a brief overview of the resources you can access as a NAMIC member. The second portion will provide an in-depth tour of our newest resource centers on cybersecurity and COVID-19.

FMDC Webinar | Understanding the Audit Function
Dec 10, 2020

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.

NAMIC on COVID – A 2020 Recap and 2021 Forecast
Dec 16, 2020

In a year that has featured record-setting hurricanes and wildfires, nationwide civil unrest, and a divisive presidential election, the global COVID-19 pandemic is obviously the biggest story. The impacts on the insurance industry are being felt by the smallest of county mutuals to the largest multi-national property/casualty carriers. Join NAMIC’s advocacy, financial, litigation, and compliance experts for a lively discussion focusing on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the property/casualty industry and what NAMIC expects to see in 2021 from the NAIC, governors’ offices, legislatures, regulators, and the judiciary system.