We are pleased to announce that The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation (“The Institutes Griffith Foundation”), in collaboration with the National Council of Insurance Legislators (“NCOIL”), will present a complimentary, educational webinar on March 30 titled “Catastrophe Modeling and its Role in Risk Management: An Impartial Examination for Legislators.”
Natural catastrophes seem to be increasing in frequency and severity, creating a more challenging risk landscape for public policymakers, insurers and insureds. Featuring Kathleen McCullough, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Programs at the FSU College of Business, and Michael Leonard, PhD, CBE, VP and Sr. Economist at the Insurance Information Institute, the non-partisan, non-advocative webinar will:
Provide brief background on the role and structure of NCOIL and The Institutes Griffith Foundation;
-Consider the genesis and fundamentals of catastrophe modeling;
-Examine its evolution and impact; and
-Explore mitigation and the role of insurance as a force for resilience.
*Pre-registration is required and it takes only a moment. Please see the registration link set forth below.
This hour-long webinar is being offered to state legislators that sit on their state’s legislative committee with jurisdiction over insurance issues. Legislative staff and interns are welcome to join as well.
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Time: 2:00pm Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: One Hour
Register: Click Here to Register for this complimentary webinar