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For Immediate Release
July 13, 2017
​ABA Media Contact: Blair Bernstein
(202) 663-5468
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ABA Conference: Bank Insurance Experts Explore Successful Sales Models, Risk Management in Florida


​WASHINGTON — The American Bankers Association will host its annual Bank Insurance Sales Conference, September 11-13 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The conference, which is considered the preeminent meeting in the country for the sale of insurance and risk protection products in banks, offers critical insight into new trends and products in the insurance industry, effective risk management strategies and resources to help increase employee engagement.
The three-day event will feature 20 breakout sessions, highlighting a range of topics related to employee benefits, commercial and personal lines P&C, voluntary protection products, insurance in wealth management and compliance.
Specific session topics include:
  • Flood Insurance, RESPA and Lending-Related Insurance Issues;
  • Winning in the Age of Digital Transformation;
  • Third Party Oversight and Vendor Management;
  • Attracting and Retaining Talent; and
  • Identifying and Controlling Ever-Present UDAAP Risks.
During the event, attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in study groups to broaden their knowledge on debt cancellation, large and small institution in wealth management and much more. 
Registration is $895 for bank-affiliated attendees and $1,895 for non-members. Team discounts are available for ABA members. For additional information on the conference or to register, visit  or contact 1-800-BANKERS.
The American Bankers Association is the voice of the nation’s $17 trillion banking industry, which is composed of small, regional and large banks that together employ more than 2 million people, safeguard $13 trillion in deposits and extend more than $9 trillion in loans.
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