Complimentary Victor webcast – November 28 at 1:00pm EST
The content of this article was provided by Victor Insurance Managers Inc. (formerly ENCON Group Inc.).
Risk Management & Profitability
Aligning risk management and business practices can have a positive impact on your firm’s bottom line. Claims experience is often the best tool you can possess to better understand where exposures may exist, in turn, empowering you to improve your firm’s practices.
During our webcast, "Risk Management & Profitability," an expert panel of leading legal and insurance specialists will discuss tips that ACEC members can use - as business owners - to improve and protect their bottom line. This 90-minute session will also include a discussion on the benefits of an effective contract, internal practices regarding contract execution and dispute resolution. Register online for this webcast today!
WHAT: Victor "Risk Management & Profitability" Webcast for Design Consultants
(This webcast will be presented in English only.)
WHEN: Thursday, November 28, 2019, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST)
- Gary Gibbs, Partner, Gibbs & Associates;
- Beth Allard, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP;
- Karen Corrigan, Vice-President, Architects & Engineers Claims, Victor Canada;
- Corinne McIntosh, Technical Lead, Vice-President, Architects & Engineers Underwriting; Victor Canada.
RSVP: Register Online (Registration closes on November 26 at 8 p.m. EST)
We look forward to your participation on November 28!
IMPORTANT NOTE re: Premium credits for existing ACEC policyholders of the Victor (formerly ENCON) Architects & Engineers Professional Liability Program - Victor will recognize insureds' participation in continuing education by offering a $250 premium reduction per attendee, to a maximum of the lesser of 10% of the premium, or $2,500 per firm. To qualify for the premium credit, participants (i.e., insureds) must log in individually, not as a group AND be logged into the webcast for a minimum of 90 minutes. The insured must submit their premium reduction certificate to their broker at the time of their next policy renewal.