- How to Read a Credit Insurance Policy - FCIB's Executive Development Webinar Series
- 07/24/2012 10:00am EST - 11:00am EST
Webinar at a Glance
Date: July 24, 2012
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am Eastern – What time is this for me?
So your new policy is delivered and you need to ensure it matches what you negotiated. Do you know how to review the terms of your credit insurance policy?
Join us as we discover the most important points of reading a credit insurance policy.
Topics to be discussed:
o Understanding your reporting requirements
o Ensuring all special endorsements are accurately reflected on the policy
o Verifying all your customer credit limits,special conditions and related terms of sale are correct
o Fully understanding Maximum Extension Period/Stop Shipment policy language
o Checking and verifying overall policy maximum limit of liability and individual country limits of liability
o Verifying deduction and threshold/non-qualifying loss amounts
o Ensuring Discretionary Credit Limit and the DCL qualifiers are clearly understood
o Checking premium amount and credit limit fees
Tom Corbett, Vice President Trade Credit Practice at Marsh
Tom Corbett is a Vice President within Marsh's National Trade Credit Practice in the US. He is responsible for the new business development and growth of the US and Global Trade Credit Practice.
Prior to joining Marsh, Tom was an executive for a trade credit insurer and has extensive experience in corporate credit management, receivable outsourcing and business credit information.
Tom started his career in corporate credit over 25 years ago and has worked and managed credit and collections in the pharmaceutical, food, health & beauty care, industrial and consumer electronics industries.
Tom has been a member of National Association of Credit Management (NACM), Foreign Credit & International Business (FCIB) and Credit Research Foundation (CRF) for many years and frequently presents to trade credit groups. Tom has also written on trade credit issues for Business Credit magazine and other trade credit publications.
Tom has an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BS in Business Administration from Seton Hall University.
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Registration Fees Include:
- One telephone and web connection at one physical location
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Registration fees, less a $50 processing fee will be refunded for written cancellations received 7 days before the program start date. No refunds for cancellations within 7 days of the program start date. Substitutions are permitted.
Certificate of Attendance
Participants who attend this webinar will receive a Certificate of Attendance. For additional participants from the same company as the main registrant, please use this form.
*All additional participants must be received before the start of the webinar to receive the Certificate.
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This webinar accounts for 1/4 Participation and 1 Education Point toward ICCE accreditation/recertification.
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