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New York Life Insurance Company
11501 Burnet Rd. Bldg 906, Suite 600
Austin, TX 78758
Phone: (512) 344-5861
Nobilis Group, Inc.
5100 N O’Connor Blvd, Suite 100
Irving, TX 75039
Phone: (469) 631-3545- mobile
Transverse Insurance Group
300 Throckmorton Street, Suite 580
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 882.9147 (w)
(972) 489.5632 (m)
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
10400 Sprinkle Rd
Austin, TX 78754
Phone: (877) 268-7511
New York Life Insurance Company
11501 Burnet Rd.
Bldg 906, Suite 600
Austin, TX 78758
Phone: (512) 344-5824
Join the AICP South Central Chapter for a Webinar on the:
Smoke Signals: Understanding the Cannabis Industry and Insurance Market
When: December 6, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (CST)
In recent years, cannabis has outgrown the status of "hot topic" or mere curiosity. According to industry insiders, cannabis has become an irreversible and influential part of American commerce and consumption. Of course, the consequences and risks of the cannabis industry are not isolated to businesses operating in the cannabis supply chain. Regardless of the intent to cover or exclude cannabis-related losses, insurance service providers and regulators should be aware of how cannabis products and activities impact programs and policyholders in both legalized and non-legalized jurisdictions. This webinar will provide an overview of the cannabis economy, the current legal climate, and relevant risks and considerations for the property and casualty insurance market.
Phillip Skaggs, Assistant Counsel, American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS)
Phillip Skaggs is Assistant Counsel at the American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS), where he aids in the research and development of standardized property and casualty insurance products and advises the company on various legal and compliance matters. Phil also leads AAIS’ cannabis insurance initiative, which is tasked with evaluating how insurance producers can best respond to the complex risks of the legalized cannabis industry and regulatory climate.
Meet our Sponsors:
American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS)
Established in 1936, AAIS serves the Property & Casualty insurance industry as the only national not-for-profit advisory organization governed by its member companies. More than 700 insurance carriers across the U.S. depend on AAIS for member-focused advisory solutions that support speed to market and bottom line growth. The AAIS collaborative approach delivers solutions comprising quality policy forms and manuals in commercial and personal lines, inland marine, and farm and ag business. Members benefit from a streamlined and efficient operation supporting superior service from an experienced team of product development, compliance, actuarial, and statistical reporting professionals. AAIS remains committed to its role as an effective intermediary between members and insurance regulators. In fact, each year AAIS makes nearly 2,000 State Filings and is the only advisory organization to file forms on behalf of members for the non-filed inland marine classes. AAIS also offers select filing services to non-members as well. For more information on AAIS, visit www.aaislonlineAAISonline.com or email
AICP - South Central Chapter
The Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP) is a non-profit, non-lobbying organization founded in 1985. AICP serves over 1,400 members from 500 different insurance companies, regulatory bodies and service providers. Our members are actively involved or have an interest in statutes and regulations on state filing methods and requirements. Association membership includes personnel from property and casualty insurers, life and health insurers, insurance regulation and specialty operations. AICP’s mission offers the insurance industry exceptional compliance and ethics education, training, and opportunities to engage with industry experts and regulatory authorities. For more information, please visit https://www.aicp.net/chapters/southcentral.cfm
Available presentations are attached to the 2015 E-Day Summary
The South Central Chapter is looking for a few willing volunteers to assist with the following committees. Even if you have just an hour or two to help out or express your ideas, we want to hear from you. Please contact any officer listed if you would like to get more involved.
Planning: Help plan upcoming chapter meetings and events focusing on the educational needs of our chapter and speaker assistance.
Membership: Seek new members and volunteers and help with the development of new member volunteer recognition.