IIBC – Fraudsters & Impersonators: Social Engineering Fraud in Crime Policies Webinar

Canadian Underwriter

by Insurance Institute of BC

January 17, 2024

Webinar Date & Time:
Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 10:00 am – 12:15 pm PST

Social engineering fraud coverage has become an essential insurance product for organizations of various sizes and corporate structures. This session will provide a high-level overview of a standard crime policy including a discussion on social engineering fraud. Common claims scenarios will help highlight the need for this coverage. Finally, we will discuss how an insured’s accountant may become involved.

• Define what a crime policy is and how it differentiates from other insurance policies
• Describe social engineering fraud coverage
• Discuss social engineering fraud claims examples
• Explain how a forensic accountant would assist the insured or the insurer in a claim
• Discuss how an insured’s accountant and insurer’s accountant may work together resolve disagreements in values

Jordan Stickley
, Underwriter II, Specialty Solutions, Management Liability, D&O and Crime – Intact Insurance
Cathy Smyth, Senior Underwriter, Specialty Solutions, Management Liability, D&O and Crime – Intact Insurance
Dave Oswald, Founder – Forensic Restitution

Number of Continuing Education Credits: 2 Technical CE Credit (BC)

Registration Deadline: January 16, 2024

Fees: Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required
$71.43 IIBC Member
+$85.71 New Member (includes membership expiring May 31, 2024)

Corporate Rate: $64.29 per attendee for groups of 6 or more (membership is additional for new members). To register with a corporate rate, please contact Winnie at whon@insuranceinstitute.ca


Winnie Hon, CIP, Seminars & Events Specialist
Insurance Institute of BC
E: whon@insuranceinstitute.ca | T: 604.678.5747

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