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Ansvar Insurance, Australia’s leading insurance provider for the Care, Community, Education, Faith and Heritage sectors, will convene a series of broker education forums nationally in April and May. The forums, titled the “Running the Risk: Risk Management II for the Not-for-Profit Board”, are designed to provide brokers with the latest legal and business information to help their clients who have board member responsibilities in not-for-profit organisations.
The forums build on previous broker events, and further explores the risks faced by Directors and their Boards. Ansvar continually evolves the content of these forums to ensure the latest examples of best practice risk management relating to fiduciary obligations and other governance demands placed on directors and their boards are covered.
The forums are scheduled nationally, and Warren Hutcheon, CEO of Ansvar will be joined by noted keynote speakers. Ken Horsley, partner in the insurance and corporate risk team at Minter Ellison will present in Sydney and Brisbane. Ingrid Nunnink, Partner, Marsh & Maher, Melbourne, who specialises in insurance litigation is the keynote presenter in Melbourne and Adelaide. Toby Barrie, a specialist in commercial litigation and dispute resolution will present in Perth.
“As the insurance specialist in this sector, we recognise the ongoing need to provide our broker partners with access to the depth of new information and legal expertise that these speakers offer. It is so important to the well-being of the many NFP organisations in Australia, that Directors remain informed of their legal obligations and trust related governance,” said Warren Hutcheon, CEO of Ansvar.
The broker forums are scheduled twice yearly and conducted nationally. See below for April-June forum details:
Perth – 29 April
Melbourne – 19 May
Brisbane – 21 May
Sydney – 26 May
Adelaide – 5 June