IMUA Names Award-winning Marine Underwriter

Press Release
Thursday, June 13, 2013

Gina Domitrovich, AMIM, Senior Marine Underwriter, AIG Global Marine & Energy, is the first recipient of the new American Marine Claims Award, by Inland Marine Underwriters Association’s (IMUA).

The award presentation was made closing ceremonies during IMUA"s 83rd Annual Meeting held in Buckhead, Atlanta, GA.

As the winner of the American Marine Claims Award, Ms. Domitrovich will receive a $2,000 cash award and a stipend towards attendance at the International Marine Claims Conference held in Dublin, Ireland.  The Award based on the developments of several educational requirements including the preparation of an essay.
 
The award is supported by the following marine insurance associations: the American Institute of Marine Underwriters (AIMU), the Inland Marine Underwrites Association (IMUA), the International Marine Claims Conference (IMCC), the Marine and Insurance Claims Association (M.I.C.A.), the Association of Average Adjusters of the United States and Canada and the Marine Claims and Recovery Forum.
 
IMUA is the national association for the commercial inland marine insurance industry.  IMUA serves as the voice of its member companies representing over 90 percent of all commercial inland marine insurers. The association provides its members with comprehensive training and educational programs, including research papers and bulletins, industry analysis and seminars. IMUA was founded in 1930.
 

 

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