Presented by Internationally-Known Insurance Educator Bryan Tilden:
- Morning Session: Directors & Officers Liability - 4 CEU's
- Afternoon Session: Insuring the Home-Based Business - 4 CEU's
- Fees include: continental breakfast, coffee breaks, luncheon and course materials
- No cost to Valley Forge CPCU Society Chapter current paid members - nominal cost for others
- Approved for state CE credits in PA, NJ, DE, MD
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- The course summaries are as follows:
Directors & Officers Liability
This course - which will cover both not-for-profit and for-profit organizations, will discuss the history of Directors & Officers (D&O) exposure, as well as the impact on the form of business entity, legal duties of directors and officers, standards of care and defenses that may be available to them. It discusses coverage for directors and officers under various policies, suggests why D & O coverage is necessary for various types of organizations, and analyzes various insuring agreements.
Insuring the Home-Based Business
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates there are more than 18.3 million home-based businesses in the US, which translates into one in five homes having businesses. Many insurance and risk management professionals have expresses concerns that these businesses might not have appropriate insurance coverage. Attend this course to discover the loss exposures faced by these entreprenuers and the risk financing techniques that can be used to treat them.
R. Bryan Tilden, CPCU, CLU, ChFC, founded Tilden and Associates, where he works as a lecturer and an expert witness in the field of insurance. Tilden started his insurance career in 1974 as an account executive and has worked for major brokerage firms on Fortune 100 accounts throughout the United States. He most recently served as director of technical affairs and director of education for the Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina (IIANC).
Valley Forge CPCU Society Chapter
Contact:Bob Kuch CPCU or Karen Sine CPCU