Where Compliance Meets the Future

30th Annual Conference

Seattle, WA   |   October 1-4, 2017

Employer Talking Points

Your employer may ask you why you should attend the AICP Annual Conference. It's a good question, for which there is a good answer — there‚Äôs real value for the employer! It's important for your employer to understand the mission of the AICP — to serve the insurance compliance community by promoting relationships, exchanging information and providing learning opportunities within a dynamic regulatory environment. So, what does that mean to your employer?

Have you ever heard the phrase, "It's not what you know; it's who you know?" Professional networking is a fundamental element to exchanging information effectively and efficiently to help us do the job our employers ask of us. How often have you found exactly what you needed to know by simply contacting someone in your professional network?

How often have you been asked to go into territory new to you and to get up to speed quickly? Being able to take advantage of learning opportunities, coursework, seminars and webinars is a rich resource for shortening your learning curve.

Our insurance compliance community includes those who regulate as well as those who are regulated. This relationship in and of itself can often lead to differing viewpoints. But, by taking advantage of opportunities to get to know each other better and to look for ways to work better together, we are often able to resolve those differing viewpoints in a manner that results in a win-win for all parties involved.

In essence, by the AICP meeting its mission, its members are better equipped to meet employer needs through their professional development, through the industry contacts they make, through the building and strengthening of their professional network, and through interaction with and opportunities to develop relationships with members of the regulatory community.

The AICP aims to provide all of these opportunities at its Annual Conference. With insurance regulation becoming more demanding at state, federal and international levels, we all need dependable resources to stay on top of important changes, to continue building positive experiences between regulators and industry, and to participate in educational opportunities. The AICP Annual Conference truly offers a comprehensive educational and networking resource by:

With 60+ educational sessions, over 600 attendees representing both industry and the regulatory community, and opportunities to meet with companies offering tools and information to solve insurance compliance challenges, no other insurance compliance conference offers all of these resources. And, ultimately, your employer "wins" by your taking advantage of ongoing professional development which the AICP Annual Conference has to offer. The results — you are better equipped to meet the demands of your job after Conference than you were before Conference!

So, take this information to your employer. Show them the agenda of topics and the opportunities for networking with fellow compliance professionals and regulators. Once they see how rich and valuable the information provided will be, they will understand that the AICP Annual Conference is

Where Industry meets Regulator

Where Problem meets Solution

Where Experience meets Innovation

Where Compliance meets the Future


Seattle — It's Where You Want To Be!

And where your employer will want you to be!!