LTCI Conference Focuses on Industry
Wednesday, November 22, 2000
The Society of Actuaries (SOA) is bringing together leading experts to role up their sleeves and discuss long-term care insurance (LTCI) issues at SOA's "First Annual Intercompany LTCI Conference," Jan. 21-23, 2001 at the Hyatt Regency in Miami, Florida. According to organizers, the conference "is unique in its in-depth focus on key areas of product development and administration designed specifically for LTC insurers to learn the latest and most advanced information." The conference brochure, registration form, exhibitor and hospitality suite applications, and hotel/travel details are available on SOA's website at www.soa.org/conted/ltci_conference.html.
Seven breakout sessions will be offered for each of the following five speciality tracks: actuarial topics, claims topics, marketing topics, compliance/government relations, and underwriting topics. Among the 35 sessions, Center for LTC Financing President Stephen Moses is a featured participant for an interactive forum entitled, "Public Policy Influences on Long-Term Care Insurance." Other participants include Winthrop Cashdollar (Health Insurance Association of America), Van Ellet (AARP), and John Cutler (U.S. Office of Personnel Management).
The Center for LTC Financing's co-sponsorship of the conference entitles LTC Bullets subscribers (i.e., you) to the membership discount on the registration fee schedule below:
*Member of Sponsor or Co-sponsor (see brochure for list of co-sponsors in addition to the Center for LTC Financing): Before December 1, 2000: $595; After December 1, 2000: $695.
*Individual (Non-Member): Before December 1, 2000: $645; After December 1, 2000: $745.
*Corporate: Before December 1, 2000: $1,995; After December 1, 2000: $2,095. (Includes four registrations; additional corporate at $395 each. All four registrations must be received at the same time and include one payment in full for all registrations.)
For more information, contact Linda Damitz, Meeting Planner, Society of Actuaries, Ph: 847-706-3544; Fax: 847-706-3599; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you at what is sure to be a valuable gathering for all who attend!