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IIBC – Farm Insurance: From Coverage to Loss

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by Insurance Institute of BC
May 09, 2017
Sandman Signature Langley Hotel | 8828 – 201 Street | Langley | BC | V6Y 0Z8


Farming is an integral part of Canada’s economy that not only supplies our food but is also the base of many industries. As farms become larger and more complex they require a combination of personal, farm and commercial coverages. Protect yourself and your clients from unexpected and underinsured losses by understanding the unique products and specialized coverage required for these exceptional enterprises. Our panel of experts will provide a comprehensive overview of farm products, both personal and commercial, from the perspective of broker, underwriter and adjuster.

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES
• Examine what is necessary to classify an entity as a farm and the various types of farms.
• Recognize the different components of a farm policy.
• Identify standard and specialty farm exposures and the unique coverages available.
• Illustrate and analyze common farm losses and how coverages apply to these losses.
• Discuss farm industry trends.
• Discuss unique farm-related cases.

SEMINAR PRESENTERS
Andrew Janzen, BCom, FCIP, FRM, CAIB, Managing Partner, Mardon Insurance Brokers (White Rock)
Dodie Babos, CIP, Farm Specialist, Western General – Farm Division of Economical Insurance
Pamela Black, Senior Underwriter, Western General – Farm Division of Economical Insurance
Pamala Louttit, CIP, Vice President – Claims, Mutual Fire Insurance Company of BC

Time: 8:45am – 12:00pm PST

Price (includes coffee service, light breakfast snacks & GST):
$125 IIBC Members
$205 Non Members (includes IIBC Membership expiring May 31, 2018)

CE Credits: 3 Technical

Registration Deadline: Friday, May 5

Questions?
Contact Winnie Hon, Seminars & Events Coordinator, Insurance Institute of BC
whon@insuranceinstitute.ca
T: 604-681-5491 x21



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