Insuring Niche Risks: Business & Regulatory Considerations - Webinar (EST)


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Date and Time: novembre 16, 2023 3 pm - 4:15pm EST


Placing niche and emerging risks presents both practical business and regulatory challenges.  This presentation will identify such risks and the markets for placing them.  Get practical business advice in navigating these markets and the relevant regulations that govern the placement of such risks.  The content of this presentation is not region specific and regulator requirement differences in BC, Alberta and Ontario will be discussed.  

• Identify hard-to-place and niche risks
Explore markets for niche risks  
• Review key business considerations relating to hard-to-place risks 
• Discuss regulatory requirements in placing risks with unauthorized insurers


Alexandre Maltas, Partner - Whitelaw Twining 
Alex joined Whitelaw Twining in 2007 and has broad experience before all levels of the British Columbia courts.  Alex's practice focuses on construction, commercial and professional liablity matters. In addition, he has particular expertise in construction insurance, warranty and surety related matters.

Jacques Wong, Commercial Insurance Practice Leader - The ReFrame Group    
Jacques joined the insurance industry in 2013 and quickly saw the need for the insurance process to be simplified and for buyers to be properly informed.  Jacques leads the commercial insurance practice at The ReFrame Group with a goal to help companies thrive today and protect tomorrow.  He specializes in collaborating on niche and emerging risks to manage the risk and create a better insurance experience.

Number of Continuing Education Credits:  1 CE Credit (pending)

Registration Deadline:  November 14, 2023

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