Montgomery, AL—The Alabama Captive Insurance Association (ACIA) will host its annual conference on September 16-18, 2020 in Birmingham, AL. The event will take place in-person at the Westin Birmingham.
For the first time, the ACIA conference will promote student engagement by incorporating student-focused sessions and networking opportunities.
“With the launch of the association’s Risky Business Internship Program, we are excited to provide Risk Management and Insurance students with educational resources and networking opportunities to recruit the next generation of professionals into the Risk Management and Insurance Industry,” Justin Law, Managing Director of the Risky Business Internship Program.
The Alabama Captive Insurance Association’s Annual Conference provides members of the captive insurance industry with student recruitment opportunities, Continuing Education sessions, and industry networking and updates. The 2020 conference will host insurance professionals, captive owners, insurance agents, and Risk Management and Insurance students from around the nation to address industry-driving topics and the future of the captive industry.
“This year’s conference will be unlike any conference we’ve had in the past,” Norman Chandler, President of the Association, said. “With innovative networking and recruiting opportunities, new industry-driving session topics, and unique social events, the 2020 annual conference will set the precedence for our future conferences moving forward.”
With concerns of the COVID 19 pandemic still paramount, ACIA is taking extra precautionary measures to ensure safety for all attendees, including providing complimentary masks and hand sanitizer to each attendee, implementing an official “no-touch” conference greeting, and collaborating with the event venue to implement additional safety measures such as hand sanitizing stations, social distancing protocols through the event, and removing buffet-style eating options.
Registration for the 2020 ACIA Annual Conference is now open. Visit www.ALCaptives.org for more information.