LIG Marine Managers 2011 CMIP Seminars

Thursday, January 06, 2011

LIG Marine Managers’ sister company, LIG Educational & Consulting Services, in conjunction with the International Institute for Marine Insurance Studies, announced the 2011 CMIP Seminar Schedule for those individuals working towards earning the Certified Marine Insurance Professional (CMIP) Designation. 
 
The designation is designed for agents, brokers, CSRs, Insurance Company Personnel, Underwriters or other insurance industry professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of Commercial Marine Insurance.  The CMIP Designation requires attendance at four 2½-day Seminars and passing a short exam at the end of each Seminar.
 
The first of the 2011 CMIP Seminars, “Fundamentals of Marine Insurance” will be held in Tampa, Fla. April 13-15, 2011.  Topics for this dynamic seminar include Marine General Liability, Hull/P&I, Cargo and USL&H/Jones Act. The seminar location is the Renaissance Tampa Hotel.
 
The second of the 2011 CMIP Seminars, “Commercial Marine Insurance”, will be held in San Francisco, California September 12-14, 2011.  Topics for this dynamic seminar include Marine General Liability & CCC Exposures, Advanced Hull Insurance, Advanced Cargo insurance, and Pollution.  The seminar will be held at The Fairmont San Francisco.
 
Speakers for these seminars include:
Ian Greenway, President, LIG Marine Managers
TOPICS: Marine General Liabilities, USL&H/Jones Act
 
Ken Baldwin, Regional Vice President, Travelers Ocean Marine
TOPICS: Hull/P&I
 
Jackie Adamson, Regional Vice President, Roanoke Trade Services
TOPIC: Cargo
 
www.IIMIS.org

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