Familiarize yourself with social engineering fraud and how agency staff can provide an effective layer of security.
We built upon our relationship with the Maryland Insurance Administration, hosting the commissioner to discuss his regulatory priorities, advise on our legislative advocacy, and answer IA&B members’ questions.
Don’t miss out on the Futures Conference, Oct. 8-9 in Bedford, PA. The best rate on the ultimate conference for young insurance professional ends next week.
Retain and grow your new and young talent by sending them to the IA&B Futures Conference, Oct. 8-9 in Bedford, PA.
Producers and insurers soon could receive protection for providing services to cannabis-related industries deemed legal at the state level.
The number of new carriers continues to rise in the state, as Commissioner Redmer delivers on his goal of expanding the market.
Help to shape our conversation with the insurance commissioner, who will attend next week’s IA&B Board of Directors meeting.
Earn CEs and update your designation, while digging deeper into coverages. Find an upcoming William T. Hold Seminar near you.
Take note of your obligations related to water damage coverage – obligations that the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) reiterated in a recent bulletin.
Are you familiar with the endorsement that removes the ISO CGL exclusion’s exception for a subcontractor’s damaged work?
While recently introduced legislation would provide long-term reauthorization for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), it also would lead to a reduction in agent commissions.
Take note of newly announced changes for health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) and an upcoming fee due for self-insured health plans.
What you may consider a good deed, state regulators may consider a violation of rebating laws.
Emerging risks for customers are emerging risks for E&O. Learn about the latest exposures and coverage trends at an upcoming special topic seminar.
Bipartisan efforts continue to nix the controversial “Cadillac tax” on employer-sponsored health benefits that exceed an established annual cost.
Position your agency for success. Register your young and new talent for the IA&B Futures Conference now for the best rates.
A new federal rule now requires mortgage lenders to accept private flood insurance as an alternative to the NFIP.
What issues would you like IA&B to address? Share your suggestions for the upcoming IA&B Board of Directors’ meeting agenda.
‘Tis the season for severe thunderstorms and subsequent flash flooding (as seen earlier this week). Answer consumers’ burning questions on how to handle flood-damaged cars.
Hold a Delaware non-resident license? Take note of a newly passed cybersecurity bill that imposes requirements on all agents and brokers.
Congratulations to our latest round of scholarship winners, who along with our January 2019 recipients, received a total of $13,079 in education scholarships.
Invest in your agency’s future by registering your young and new talent for the IA&B Futures Conference.
Up to 78,000 people may have been impacted by an April 2019 data breach of two older Maryland state databases.
With 188 state lawmakers and numerous, competing interest groups, IA&B’s advocacy efforts require your support of AgentPAC.
A new Maryland law will increase the minimum wage statewide, with larger employers required to reach $15/hour first.
Earn CEs, update a designation, and sharpen your sales skills this summer. Find quality training near you.
Tune into Facebook.com/IABforME next Friday morning to find out who will score the nine member agency scholarships and three individual scholarships worth several thousand dollars in insurance education coursework.
Can you proceed with a customer’s verbal request to remove a vehicle from coverage?