Part 2: Beyond the Basics of Business Interruption Insurance - Webinar (CDT)

CIP Society Webinar

Winnipeg, MB [Carte]
Date and Time: novembre 03, 2021 11:00 am - 1:15 pm CDT

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WEBINAR | ENHANCING | TECHNICAL 

Do you want to build on your foundation of business interruption knowledge? Do want to gain insight into how coverage applies in practice? Through the use of problem-based learning, this webinar will provide you with a sound understanding of business interruption insurance.

Webinar Objectives

• Discuss essential business interruption insurance terms
• Understand and interpret financial statements
• Analyze expenses
• Analyze and project sales
• Identify common deficiencies in completing the business interruption worksheet and their impact on co-insurance
• Calculate losses under the Profits & Gross Earnings wordings through case studies

Webinar Presenters ~ from Williams Meaden & Moore Inc.

Bichtar Mahal, BBA, CPA, CA, CIP, Partner
Bichtar has over 30 years of accounting experience and specializes in the quantification of commercial losses relating to Business Interruption, Soft Costs, Delay in Start-up, Property Damage and Stock claims for both insurance and litigation purposes. He has participated in appraisals under the Insurance Act and has provided testimony as an expert witness in mediation proceedings. Bichtar is a Partner at Williams Meaden & Moore Inc. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant, holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and has a Chartered Insurance Professional designation.

Nick Angelotti, FCPA, FCA, CFF, DIFA, CFI, CFE, Partner, President
Nicholas Angellotti is a recognized, respected and accomplished leader in the field of Investigative and Forensic Accounting, specializing in Loss Quantification for Insurance Claims and other matters for litigation. As President and Managing Director at Williams Meaden and Moore and Managing Partner at Williams & Partners Chartered Professional Accountants LLP, Nick regularly advises top insurers across Canada, and has authored numerous reports for litigious and/or potentially litigious matters. Since 1994, Nick has been leading Business Interruption seminars and webinars at both the Insurance Institute of Canada and the Insurance Institute of Ontario. As part of his commitment to giving back to his community, Nick also acts as Treasurer of the Board at Hospice Vaughan.

Mark Harrop, CPA, CMA, Forensic Accountant
Mark has spent his career specializing in economic damage quantification. He has significant experience in loss measurement relating to insurance losses and litigation support since 2000 and extensive experience analyzing insurance losses across Canada and throughout the USA.

Continuing Education Credits:  2 CE Credits (ICM # 37583)
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Registration Deadline: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Non members: IIMB Membership Fee of $85 (expiring May 31, 2022) is applicable. For assistance to renew or process a new membership, please contact us at.IIMmail@insuranceinstitute.ca or (204) 956-1702.

Corporate Rate: $60 per attendee for groups of 6 or more (membership is additional for non-members). To register with a corporate rate, please contact us at IIMmail@insuranceinstitute.ca or (204) 956-1702.

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