CE Class Sponsored by ConnectiCare
Thank you to ConnectiCare for sponsoring this CE Event!
Below is the schedule for the two-part CE class on Friday, February 3, 2023.
9:00 AM EST – 4:00 PM EST (There will be a lunch break between classes from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM):
Ethical Conduct and Suitability (Meets State Ethics CE Requirements) – 3 CE HOURS – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET
This course analyzes the criminal case that the state of California brought against insurance agent Glenn Neasham. Glenn was a licensed Life Insurance agent in the state. He sold an annuity to an elderly lady. He was later investigated and prosecuted for that sale under an indictment for theft from an elderly person. This was a precedent-setting charge against an insurance agent. The course reviews how the sale transpired, the actions Glenn took, and a special focus and emphasis on the ethics of the sale and the suitability questions that arose.
The Regulation of Insurance Producers (Meets State Ethics CE Requirements) – 3 CE HOURS – 1 to 4 p.m. ET
The course charts both the history and current environment of regulation of insurance produces in the United States, including licensing requirements, agent authority, agent contracts and agency relationships. Also, major federal regulations dealing with insurance are reviewed, as well as state regulation that has historically dominated insurance producer and insurance company regulation.
This course clarifies the differences between morals and ethics, how they’re related, and the focus of regulations in regards to these concepts. The discussion reviews the expectations on corporate and agent conduct in the field of insurance. Specific duties are reviewed that must be fulfilled to achieve the expectations and requirements placed on the industry by regulators and an informed public.
Registration Costs: $10 For NABIP-CT Members and $25 for Non-Members