ILAB April Course Offerings

ILAB April Courses Calendar of Courses   Homeowners Insurance $370 members, $410 non-members (9 MA Producer CEUs) Instructor, Phil Sibilia. Meets Tuesday & Wednesday, April 2 & 3, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at The Insurance Library.   CPCU530, Business Law for Insurance Professionals (2 DAY) $435 members, $485 non-members (30 MA Producer CEUs) Textbooks $215 Instructor, Marc … Continued

Focus on Women in Insurance

As Women’s History Month comes to a close, it’s a good time to consider the expanding role women are playing in the insurance industry which has traditionally, insurance has been viewed as a male-dominated business. While a recent McKinsey & Company study indicates that is still true at the executive level,  it is no longer the case for the industry as a … Continued

Insurtech: A Guide to the Universe, Regulation & Disruption

The increased pace of technological advancement and some distinct examples of radical disruption led to a recent period of intense scrutiny/activity/focus on innovation during which many (all?) market incumbents felt the need to engage in peer comparisons to ensure they were not in imminent threat of being left behind. A Delloitte white paper, InsurTech Entering its … Continued

Mentoring Millennials & Engaging Employees

Mentoring Millennials & Engaging Employees A hot topic in our industry is the graying of our workforce. Because of the millennial’s growing influence, Vertafore does an annual survey on Millennials in Insurance to “take a pulse of the industry from the millennial perspective.”  A recent Rough Notes Article suggests that we must “tell a more compelling story about our industry.” … Continued

Autonomous Vehicles and Auto Insurance

Last week Property Casualty 360 posted two articles on Driverless Cars: High Hopes and Deep Anxieties of the Driverless Future  and the more ominously titled: Self Driving Cars May One Day Kill Auto Insurance as We Know It   These are just two of many articles we’ve seen over the last few months focusing on … Continued