Friday, November 30, 2018
8:45 am - 12:00 pm Noon
The event is free for current financial regulators with a $150 suggested donation for all others. You can register online by clicking here or you can register by contacting Janet Patrick (email@example.com or (217-789-1010) at the Illinois Insurance Association.
2018 has been a year of change – impacting the insurance industry and by extension public policymakers. Join us for a morning of non-advocative discussion on two rapidly evolving topics of import to insurance regulators:
SESSION ONE - 8:45 - 10:45 am | Blockchain Technology, Its Application and Impact on Insurance
SESSION TWO - 11:00 am -12:00 pm | The Effect of Evolving Medical Marijuana Laws on Insurance
Learn more about this year's 7th Annual Insurance Regulators Education Foundation Symposium and find out how out how to register.
Learn more about this year's Katie School Financial Regulators Program and find out how out how to apply.
The Insurance Financial Regulators Program at the Katie School of Insurance is a program for insurance financial examiners and analysts to gain fundamental knowledge of key functions, emerging issues, and to develop critical skills. The program is nine days and runs over a weekend. The program changes annually based on needs of regulators but common topics include:
Funding for the Insurance Financial Regulators Program comes from several sources. The primary sponsor for the program is the Insurance Regulators Educational Foundation (IREF). Funding from IREF comes from an annual summer golf outing and a fall symposium on insurance regulation issues.
In addition, The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation collaborated with IREF/Katie to provide certain non-partisan, non-advocative, instructional content.
Additional program sponsors include:
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
The Illinois Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Sponsorship for international regulators may also be available from the United State Treasury Department and other funding organizations. Contact the Katie School for details on which countries may be eligible for grants.
Instructors for the program come from a combination of professionals from the regulatory, academic and industry community
When: Monday, August 27, 2018
Where: Arrowhead Golf Club, 26W151 Butterfield Road, Wheaton, Illinois
Proceeds from this event provide funding for state insurance financial regulators program at the Katie School at Illinois State University. This program helps financial regulators better understand emerging issues and to identify troubled companies, helping to ensure the financial solvency of insurance industry in the U.S. and beyond.
Cost: $500 for one golfer - $400 per golfer if registering two or more players I $150 for dinner only OR, consider becoming a Sustaining IREF Member. A $5,000 donation provides one foursome at the 08-27-18 golf outing and two seats at IREF's 2018 Fall Insurance Symposium (Date TBD).