IIAW Webinar: Lying, Stealing, New Types of Fraud: the Importance of Crime Insurance
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3 CE Approved

When: Wednesday, January 15, 2020
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Where: IIAW Webinar
United States
Contact: Diana Banaszynski

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Commercial Property forms exclude employee dishonesty, theft of money and securities, computer fraud, safe burglary, extortion, and related criminal acts. This is why every business needs a sound crime coverage program. Review the differences in theft, burglary, robbery, fraud, larceny, and mysterious disappearance, and discover why these differences are important to your clients. Evaluate the Discovery and Loss Sustained insuring agreements, limits of insurance, deductibles, exclusions, definitions, and conditions. Examine Employee Theft, Forgery or Alteration, Computer Fraud, and Funds Transfer Fraud and discover the need for social engineering attack coverage.



Richard Clarke is senior VP for J. Smith Lanier & Company in Atlanta. His experience includes underwriting, agency management, insurance buyer, risk management consultant, and national brokerage. He previously worked for Palmer & Cay, spent thirteen years as a consultant to large and small entities in the United States, and three and a half years with a national brokerage firm. Dick has authored three books on professional insurance, published numerous articles, and is a nationally recognized speaker. His specialty is making insurance easier to understand. 



This webinar course is approved for 3 hours of Wisconsin continuing education credit. Attendees must be present during the webinar to receive CE credits.



Course fee is $39.00 for IIAW members, $57.00 for non-members. The IIAW will email a Webinar Invitation to you for the scheduled class approximately 24 hours before the webinar begins, along with any other required forms.

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A written request for a one-time transfer of the full registration fee to another scheduled IIAW webinar or a refund less a $5 cancellation fee may be made up to 24 hours before the beginning of the webinar for which the individual is registered. Substitutions are welcome — please email notification of name, license number, and email address for receiving login information