Clients have an obligation to ensure they manage their potential risks and some simple forms of risk management are practical. Rubbish collection and disposal, effective firefighting equipment, robust intruder prevention systems and Health & Safety compliance to name a few. This session will explore the principals further and suggest ways in which Brokers may assist their clients in this “value add” area.
Part 1: Concepts of Risk Management
Risk management/corporate governance /business compliance
Processes for identifying, evaluating, treating and monitoring risk
The dangers, positives and negatives of failing to adopt a risk management attitude
Part 2: Critical thinking for the risk adviser
The tools and how to use them
Part 3: Summary
Who benefits and why?
This is a course for: brokers, trainee brokers and assistant brokers
Anyone (and everyone) dealing with insured clients.
Assessment is by way of two small case studys.
About Kevin Allen:
Kevin's first year in insurance began in 1968 the year the Wahine sank.
He was Principal & Director of Insurance Consultant's Ltd and sold this business in 2008. Insurance Consultant's Ltd was named Broking Company of the year in 2000 and Kevin Allen was named Insurance Broker of the year in 2004.
He was a board member of the Insurance Brokers Association of NZ for 12 years and was Head of the Education Committee for 7 years.
He has actively been engaged in substantial Christchurch Earthquake, Material Damage & Business Interruption claims.
He is a problem solver, highly regarded for his technical know-how and better than anticipated claim outcomes.