Updates to regulations surrounding the flood insurance market have led to new requirements and coverage processes that impact you and your clients. Uncover the latest insights from key regulators and gain tools to navigate the NFIP and the expanding private flood market.
The NFIP was created in 1968 to address the national crisis of underinsurance against flood risks. Not without its challenges, the NFIP continues to advance the cause of insuring America’s at-risk against flood perils—and now, has the opportunity to work in partnership with the private market to best serve those most vulnerable to flood losses. This Q & A session with FEMA leadership will address the NFIP’s past, its current objectives and focus for the future by asking your most pressing questions.
With massive catastrophic flood events on the rise, complex flood claims are increasingly common—and challenging. With examples of historic storm events as the backdrop, this session will deliver insight from a leading claims expert on how to more accurately assess your clients’ coverage needs and minimize pitfalls during the claims process.
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As flood activity continues to rise, the market is expanding to offer more coverage through both the NFIP and the private market. Unpack some of the most challenging aspects of placing coverage, from rates and flood zone mapping, to policy language and elevation certificates, in order to best-serve your clients.
Explore critical updates to flood risk assessment and modeling to better evaluate your clients’ risk and coverage needs. Discover how technological advancements make it easier to clearly communicate what coverage is required and at what rates.
As the private flood market grows to meet coverage demands and the NFIP strains to address mounting losses, the Excess and Surplus market is partnering with carriers to provide more comprehensive insurance coverage. Hear from a panel of flood providers about the latest coverage innovations available to protect your clients from flood losses.
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