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Insurance Professionals invited to attend Lowes Scholarship Fund Breakfast Seminar


August 23, 2010   by Canadian Underwriter magazine

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The Insurance Institute of Ontario is pleased to be hosting the 18th Annual Lowes Fund Breakfast Seminar, to be held on October 14, 2010.  Industry professionals are invited to attend the seminar, which will be held at the National Club in Toronto.  This year’s featured speaker is Frederick M. Ketchen, Director, Equity Trading at ScotiaMcLeod who will speak on ‘Walking Your Way to Wealth’.

The John E. Lowes Insurance Education Fund is a charitable trust dedicated to assisting Ontario students to complete full-time, post-secondary education, which includes the study of property/casualty insurance. The proceeds of the breakfast seminar go to the scholarship, which has been awarded annually since 1993. Date:                                    Thursday, October 14, 2010

 

Time:                                   8:00 a.m. – Breakfast

                                                8:30 a.m. – Keynote Speaker

 

Venue:                                 The National Club, 303 Bay Street (King & Bay),                Toronto, ON

 

Price:                                    $100 per individual  |  $950 per table of 10

 

Speaker:                             Frederick M. Ketchen, Director, Equity Trading, ScotiaMcLeod Topic:  ‘Walking Your Way to Wealth’

 

Breakfast is sponsored by Swiss Re Company Ltd.

 

About the Insurance Institute of Ontario: The Insurance Institute of Ontario, operating under the umbrella of The Insurance Institute of Canada, is a not-for-profit organization representing more than 18,000 members.  The Institute is the premier provider of educational products and services, such as the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designation programs, to the general insurance industry. Our programs are consistent with the standardized curriculum we offer across Canada in both English and French.


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