AAIS Pulse Program

AAIS Pulse brings you interactive segments on what matters to today’s insurance leader. From emerging risks, to technology, market predictions, and more….there’s something at AAIS Pulse for everyone. Each segment brings together renowned industry executives, providing thoughtful, up-to-the-minute commentary and insights.

Sessions are described below. Full details on the industry leaders joining us in April coming soon!

All times are Central Standard Time.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Modern Advisory Report/Regulatory Brief on NAIC "Diversity" Framework 1:00 PM
Accelerating Growth Strategies2:00 PM
Keeping Pace & Setting the Rate...The NEW Pricing Actuary3:00 PM

Modern Advisory Report

Insurers have expressed growing concern about the efficiency, effectiveness, and value of advisory services – making it clear that change is needed. 

AAIS CEO Ed Kelly discusses the modernization of insurance advisory services with Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf and AAIS SVP Joan Zerkovich.

Regulatory Brief on NAIC "Diversity" Framework 

Andrew Mais, Connecticut Insurance Commissioner, and
Chlora Lindley-Myers, Director of the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration, join AAIS's Assistant Counsel El Cid Balitaan to discuss the NAIC's framework for advancing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. 

Accelerating Growth Strategies

John Kadous, AAIS Vice President - Head of Products, hosts 
Kevin Mitchell, TypTap Insurance Company's President and 
Aimee Bernadicou, Lead Broker at MJ Hall & Company, discuss the way innovative companies are capitalizing on today’s opportunities in different ways, from investing in new technologies, to being first-in with timely coverage solutions.

 

Keeping Pace & Setting the Rate...The NEW Pricing Actuary 

AAIS's Mike Payne speaks with Somil Jain, VP & Consulting Actuary from Lewis & Ellis Actuaries and Consultants, about issues influencing the role of pricing actuaries and the increasing importance this role is having on long-standing and new market entrants.