Alabama Insurance Day (I-Day) celebrates the 40-year industry tradition on Wednesday, October 11, focused on, “Succeeding in an Ever Changing World,” held at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa.
The Alabama Insurance Planning Commission (AIPC) with The University of Alabama Risk Management & Insurance/Actuarial Sciences (RMI/AS) faculty host this opportunity for insurance professionals to network in-person, learn from outstanding national-level speakers, engage with students, and earn continuing education credits.
“Alabama Insurance Day is a service to the entire insurance community across Alabama. We celebrate that insurance is a significant contributor and stabilizer to the economy of Alabama,” said Karen Epermanis, Ph.D., John & Mary Louise Loftis Bickley Endowed Teaching Chair in Insurance & Financial Services, The University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Business.
The 2023 industry-wide event opens with a prestigious panel of state insurance commissioners from Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Protective Life Corporation Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Mary Pat Lawrence will moderate for insights from panelist-commissioners Mark Fowler (AL), Jim Donelon (LA), and Mike Chaney (MS).
Throughout the day, there will be sessions with nationally recognized insurance industry leaders on property & casualty insurance, healthcare analytics, generative AI, emerging trends, mergers and acquisition, insurance law, and wealth management, among other issues. In addition, a Student Career Networking event will occur throughout the morning. Continuing education credits are provided for insurance agents, attorneys, and certified public accountants.
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