Associations:
The Importance of Your Insurance Program

September 29, 2021 | 2 PM EST - 3 PM EST
Qualifies for 1 CAE Credit


Many associations believe they’re fully covered by their insurance policy. Often, they find out the hard way that they’re not. Exclusions, for example, create gaps that must be covered by a separate policy (like professional liability). It’s important to review your own program before it’s too late.

In addition, you’ll want to benchmark against what insurance and limits other associations typically carry and what each type of policy covers. You’ll want insights on 2021 premiums and your total cost of risk/exposure.

This upcoming free event will be an “insurance 101” for associations, specifically, and how they can make sure they are covered for their risk and exposure.

This event will discuss the following:

  • What each policy covers
  • Typical policies carried
  • Understanding your total cost of risk/exposure and managing that through risk management
  • Benchmarking and typical limits carried
  • Claim example for each policy

Meet Your Session Leaders:

 

Brian Lynch, Ames & Gough

Brian is an Assistant Vice President, and the leader of our Association & Nonprofit division, located in the Washington, D.C. office. He joined Ames & Gough in 2016, bringing more than ten years of insurance industry experience. He leads the firm’s association and nonprofit practice – bringing an in-depth understanding of executive liability exposures and coverages, providing insurance placement, renewal planning, carrier negotiations and related client support services.


Who Should Attend:

Individual registration is available for association and nonprofit staff only.

Executive level attendees who will benefit most include:

  • CEO
  • CFO
  • Executive Directors
  • Controller
  • Human Resource Directors

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