Save the Date! AEGIS 2023 Policyholders’ Conference – July 10 to 13
Mark your calendars for the AEGIS 2023 Policyholders’ Conference, July 10 to13, in San Diego. Plans are already underway for our biggest event of the year – an opportunity for our members, brokers and guests to gather and discuss the evolving risk landscape we face as an industry, and work together to develop thoughtful solutions to meet these challenges head-on.
Last year, a full 100 percent of attendees said the AEGIS 2022 Policyholders’ Conference met or exceeded their expectations, with more than half rating it as outstanding. We received gracious and complimentary evaluations from first-time attendees as well as longtime AEGIS members. Thank you to all who took the time to provide your thoughtful feedback on the general sessions, breakout sessions, receptions and tours. We use this valuable information to shape the products, services and workshops we provide our members. We are tremendously grateful to all who attended in 2022 and are looking forward to meeting again in July for our 2023 Policyholders’ Conference in beautiful San Diego.
Our New Renewable Energy Policy
AEGIS is proud to share that it is now offering a new Renewable Energy policy. This policy offers clear, concise language to help you successfully manage your renewable exposures. To learn more, click here to view sample policies and endorsements or contact Tom Cain, Vice President and Renewable Energy Product Manager, by e-mail or phone at 201.508.2926.
New Excess Liability Failure to Supply Endorsements
The new Excess Liability Failure to Supply endorsements are now available and can be viewed here.
Watch for the 2022 Annual Review
AEGIS is looking forward to sharing our strong results in our 2022 Annual Review. We are grateful for the dedication and industry expertise of our members, brokers, Board of Directors, Risk Management Advisory Committee (RMAC), Task Forces and AEGIS employees in North America and London. Watch for our 2022 Annual Review in late April.
AEGIS Maintains Its A (Excellent) Rating from A.M. Best
Thanks in large part to member support and strong capitalization, we are pleased to report that A.M. Best has reaffirmed its A (Excellent) rating with a stable outlook for AEGIS.
Click here for the complete copy of the A.M. Best report.
Upcoming Loss Control Webinars
AEGIS Loss Control is proud to announce its 2023 schedule of monthly webinars focusing on a wide variety of safety and risk management topics. Risk managers and member company employees who work in safety, engineering and operations roles can attend from the convenience of their homes or offices. Watch for more information on what is covered and how to register for these valuable safety training sessions.
April 5 – Review of AEGIS Major Liability Losses
May 3 – Current Industry Issues with Power Generation Generators
June 7 – Public Safety Predictive Analytics
August 2 – AFFF Foam Environmental Issues and Replacement Considerations
September 13 – Natural Gas Operator Training
October 4 – Video Camera Installations for Law Enforcement
November 1 – Battery Energy Storage Systems Update
December 6 – Hydrogen Use in the Natural Gas Industry
Click here to be alerted to our upcoming webinars or to access recordings of past webinars posted on our website.
Interested in learning more about some of the professionals who inform the products and services built to meet our members’ needs? Our quarterly publication, Perspectives, takes you behind the scenes to learn more about the teams that serve our membership in a variety of ways. Past editions of Perspectives have focused on our Loss Control professionals and the ways they work to help you maintain safe and reliable operations. In 2023, we shine a spotlight on the AEGIS Underwriting team and the products it has built for our membership. Click here to access past editions of Perspectives, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to have your name added to our distribution list for future editions.
Transitions – Farewell to Scot Macomber and Congratulations to Laura Strowbridge
It is with profound gratitude that we bid Scot Macomber, Vice President of Loss Control, a fond farewell.
Scot joined AEGIS from New Jersey Natural Gas, where he held several operational management positions. At AEGIS, he served as a Senior Gas Utility Professional, was promoted to Manager, and then became Vice President of Loss Control. Scot is retiring after more than 20 years of dedicated service to AEGIS. Thank you, Scot, for your leadership and numerous contributions to the mutual, and best of luck in your next chapter.
Please join us in congratulating Laura Strowbridge in her new role as Vice President, Loss Control Utility Operations, reporting to Timothy Heinze, Senior Vice President & Chief Loss Control Officer effective January 1, 2023.
Laura joined AEGIS Services as Senior Electric Utility Professional and was promoted to Electric Utility Technical Lead. Laura earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech and a Master of Business Administration from Rochester Institute of Technology.
In her new role, Laura will be responsible for the strategic planning and day-to-day operations of the Utility Operations team, including the Natural Gas and Electric Utility Professionals, as well as vendor support for Water Operations that support our Excess Liability Underwriting team and our members.
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