Is The CPCU The Instruction Manual Of Insurance? Here’s What Designees Say

 Wednesday, May 20, 2020

 Risk & Insurance

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it abundantly clear that risks are ever changing. In addition to assessing the risks of the pandemic, insurance professionals have to think about the ways in which it could affect their individual lives.

Added to that, is the fact that new technologies, increasing globalization and global climate change have created an already complex risk landscape for insurers to navigate.

With such an ever-changing world, insurance and risk management professionals may need to hit the books just to keep up.

Insurance designations provide a way for those working in the industry to hone and practice their skills, learn about new risks and make professional connections.

“It doesn’t matter what it is that you’re trying to accomplish, whether it’s running a marathon or learning to play an instrument or anything in business, you have to seek out ways to practice. That’s how we improve,” said John Chino, ARM-PE, CSRM, area senior vice president, public sector at Arthur J. Gallagher.
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