FREE - New and amended Alberta Standard Endorsement Forms (IISA)
Date and Time: June 21, 2023 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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New and Amended Alberta Standard
On March 1, 2023 the
Superintendent of Insurance approved significant amendments to the two Family
Protection Endorsements, and two new DCPD Deletion Endorsements. In addition,
the Superintendent approved adding DCPD to the AB-SEF 30(A) Attached Machinery,
Apparatus or Equipment Exclusion Endorsement: Sections A.1 and C. This webinar
will review these endorsements, and the Superintendent’s expectations around
The Family Protection Endorsement
is a complicated endorsement and is a low frequency, high severity coverage,
that is recommended that all insureds add to their policy.
DCPD came new to Alberta January
2022, and these endorsements remove that coverage but do not exempt drivers from
the limitations imposed by DCPD provisions. This endorsement is not for
everyone, and it is imperative that insurance personnel clearly understand what
this endorsement does and does not do.
- Attendees will understand the main amendments made
to the Family Protection Endorsements and the Superintendent’s expectations
around the applicability of these changes.
- Attendees will understand the purpose for
introducing the new DCPD deletion endorsements, and the amended AB-SEF 30(C),
and will understand what the endorsements are intended to
- Attendees will have an opportunity to ask
questions about the endorsements
- SEF 44 (and SEF 81) amendments
- DCPD deletion endorsements
- AIRB Update
- Superintendent Bulletins
- Payment plans
- Section C
- All comers rule
Presenter: David Sorensen, FCIP, Deputy Superintendent of
Insurance, Government of Alberta
As Deputy Superintendent, David
leads a team who are responsible for regulating insurance companies operating in
David has played key leadership
roles in insurance companies in B.C. and Alberta. Before joining government as
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance in 2014, David was Regional Director of
Claims for a national property and casualty insurer.
David is a Fellow, Chartered
Insurance Professional (FCIP), and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is
also a certified instructor with the Insurance Institute of Canada.
Registration: 1:15 p.m.
- 3:30 p.m. MT
Webinar is Free to the industry.
Registration is required.
is June 14, 2023
Course ID # 65055, 2 CE Hours General and Adjuster. Full attendance is
* If you require CE credits for licensing renewal
requirements in provinces other than AB, please check with your provincial
licensing regulator for validity.
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