The NASBP Virtual Seminar program is now in its sixth year. We have offered over 100 of these live telephone presentations to NASBP members, affiliates, and associates. In 2013 we will offer at least 24 seminars on topics of immediate interest to the membership. Under the direction of the Professional Development Committee and led by an Editorial Board, NASBP Virtual Seminars focus on timely and important topics of broad interest to our industry. Upcoming Seminars are listed below.
Each Seminar is one hour in length, including time for Q&A. Supporting documentation is provided for reference to supplement the topic under discussion. We are pleased to offer an impressive line-up of presenters, including but not limited to surety professionals, attorneys, academics, and consultants.
At $69 per phone line this program is priced to make it accessible to all NASBP members and affiliates. We encourage you to gather as many people around a speaker-phone for each presentation to maximize your organization’s benefit. If you cannot be in the office the day of the seminar, you can easily participate from your cell phone or listen to the recording of the presentation soon afterwards.
As we face changing and growing business challenges, NASBP seeks to add value to your membership by communicating timely information on issues, trends, and strategies. Topics for Virtual Seminar are identified to help you through these challenging times. I believe everyone should consider including Virtual Seminar participation in their organization’s plan for success. If you have not yet participated, I recommend you register for a Seminar in the near future.
Lawrence F. McMahon, NASBP President
NASBP Virtual Seminars
Telephone briefings are an economical and effective way for you and your staff to get up to the moment information on the issues of the day and hear from experts about items critical to your business success -- without anyone having to leave the office. All you need is a phone. Or, if multiple people at your location plan to participate, all you need is a speakerphone and enough chairs for everyone to gather around.
- Cost Effective – $69 per phone line per Seminar
- Convenient – Information, expertise, and practical insights come directly to you
- Time Saving – Eliminates travel and time out of the office
- Need-to-know information you can benefit from immediately
- Presented by recognized authorities in their fields
- Useful presentation materials highlighting main ideas and key points
- Live Q&A - the experts answer your questions
- Real-time insights that give you a competitive edge
- Very accessible to everyone in your organization –a low cost, no travel professional development opportunity
Who Should Participate
- Only NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates may register for Virtual Seminars
- Agency/Company Management
- Claim Representatives
- Account Administrators/Customer Service Representatives
Previously held Virtual Seminars - recordings available
UPCOMING VIRTUAL SEMINARS:
Indemnitor Status: Effectively Taking the Indemnity of Traditional and Non-Traditional Entities
Tuesday, May 21 at 2:00-3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time
Is your indemnity agreement properly completed? Who should sign the indemnity agreement for an LLC? Can you properly secure the indemnity of a trust, a Native American tribe, an ESOP? If you find yourself asking questions such as these with increasing frequency, join us for a discussion of how to properly secure the indemnity of these various business entities. In this presentation we will explore and discuss the:
- types of entities an underwriter may encounter when obtaining an indemnity package,
- unique aspects of the management and operation of the various entities, and
- requirements for effectively securing the indemnity of a given entity.
Chris Indelicato is Senior Counsel in the Legal Department at Liberty Mutual Surety. He graduated from Temple University School of Law and was in private practice in Philadelphia until 2003, when he joined Liberty’s Claim Department. In 2010, Mr. Indelicato moved to the Legal Department, where he provides legal support for Liberty’s underwriting and executive teams. He has been a presenter at various surety industry conferences and events, and makes frequent presentations to Liberty’s underwriting personnel.
CLICK TO REGISTER FOR VIRTUAL SEMINARS
Julie Glick DePhillips is Senior Counsel in the Legal Department at Liberty Mutual Surety. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law and began her surety career in 1997 in the Claims Department at Reliance Insurance Company and subsequently Travelers Bond. In 2000, Ms. DePhillips joined Liberty Mutual Surety where she provides legal support to Liberty’s underwriting and executive teams. She has been a presenter at surety industry conferences, underwriting training seminars and makes presentations to underwriters related to their role within the organization.
When you register but find you are not able to
participate in a live presentation, you will be emailed links to the recording within a few days.
FUTURE VIRTUAL SEMINAR:
- Indemnitor Status: Effectively Taking the Indemnity of Traditional and Non-Traditional Entities - May 21
Online Registration and Information
Before each Virtual Seminar, call-in instructions and supporting documents/handouts will be emailed to registered participants.
Online: Click here to register online.
Virtual Seminars registrations are non-refundable
Please call NASBP Professional Development at 202-686-3700.