Date and Time: September 23, 2019 10:30 a.m. - Noon MDT
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In this 1.5 hour
webinar, you’ll learn simple ways to help clients understand how climate change
is increasing risk and simple ways to help prevent a flood from occurring in
their homes, all while earning CE technical
Severe weather is on the rise. We are seeing an increase in
frequency and severity of extreme weather events. Insurance is evolving as well.
With more events happening and more insurance products available, where does
government disaster assistance come into play? What is the interface between
insurance claims and eligible government assistance? How can your clients reduce
their risk and impact of an event? How can they shorten their recovery
Hear from Insurance Bureau of Canada and the Alberta
Emergency Management Agency on the collaboration taking place between industry
and government on recovery efforts from these major events throughout the
Brokers: Brokers and agents are on the front lines talking to clients
about insurance. This session will help front lines staff understand how the
industry and government approach the interface between insurance and eligible
government assistance and identify potentially underserved
markets and coverages.
Underwriters: Risk appetite varies between insurers.
Some companies may have a higher threshold for specific locations than others.
Underwriters will benefit from this session to understand the risks that
Albertans face before disaster strikes.
Claims Adjusters: Claims
adjusters see the aftermath of severe weather events all too frequently. While
today’s policies cover most events, there are some things that insurance just
may not cover. This session will outline the interface between insurance claims
and eligible government assistance in Alberta.
- Recognize the severe weather trends we are
seeing in Canada and the top 10 costliest insured events in our nation’s
- Discover details of recent
major fire and flood events in Alberta
- Distinguish the interface
between insurance and government disaster programs
- Learn about Alberta’s Disaster
Recovery Program (DRP) including timelines and exclusions
- Understand how overland flood
insurance payments interact with DRP claims
- Discover how your community and clients can
prepare for an event and reduce their risk
Rob de Pruis, FCIP (Hons.), CRM, CPPA, ACCI (Ins.),
ACS, WRT, FSRT
Director, Consumer & Industry
Relations, Western, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)
With over 25 years of
experience in the insurance industry, Rob has held various senior management
roles in the areas of claims and risk management for some of the leading
insurance companies in Canada. Rob has been extensively involved in hundreds of
severe weather events across Canada and was the lead insurance industry claims
liaison for IBC during the Fort McMurray wildfire.
Brad Geddes, BA, MSc, MBA
Executive Director, Alberta Emergency Management
Brad Geddes joined the Alberta
Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) in April 2014 as the Executive Director of
Recovery. His experience includes time seconded to the Government of Alberta’s
2013 Flood Recovery Task Force, and 2016 RMWB Wildfire Task Force as Chief of
Prior to joining AEMA, Brad was
the Deputy Superintendent of Insurance at Alberta Treasury Board and Finance.
Brad believes in lifelong learning and holds an
undergraduate degree in Economics and Rural Development from Augustana, MSc in
Agriculture Economics from the University of Saskatchewan and an MBA from the
University of Alberta.
Registration: 10:15 a.m.
Presentation: 10:30 - Noon MDT
CE Credits : AIC Course
ID # 52338 - 1.5 CE Hour General & Adjuster
This is a Member Bonus webinar, so it's
complimentary for Members.
Sorry no refunds for cancellation - substitutions permitted as long as
the substitute is registered with IISA and is a paid
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this includes a transmission disruption due to unresolvable technical
issues. Partial hours cannot be issued.***
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