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Register now for 2007 Policyholders' Conference - July 23 to 26

Eligible members and brokers may register now for the 2007 AEGIS Policyholders' Conference which will be held Monday, July 23, through Thursday, July 26 at the Sheraton Centre in Toronto, Ontario. If you're already registered, confirmation of your conference registration and activities will be e-mailed to you during the week of July 9.

The deadline for registration, activities, and hotel rooms is Friday, June 29.

The preliminary agenda includes a report on the state of your company, a discussion of global warming issues, an alternative energy presentation, details about our new AEGIS Canada facility, in-depth sessions on D&O led by Dan Bailey of Bailey Cavalieri, a review of the insurance market conditions that affect the utility and energy industry from Bob Hartwig of the Insurance Information Institute, and this year's keynote speaker – one of the most colorful and inspirational commentators in sports – Dick Vitale.

AEGIS staff will be available to meet with members on both Monday, July 23 and Tuesday, July 24. To schedule a meeting, please contact your AEGIS underwriter, loss control representative or claims representative.

We're also offering a special primer session on Tuesday afternoon – from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm – that will provide a detailed review of the endorsements for our D&O and excess liability policies.

Conference registration is complimentary and attendees are invited to bring guests.

AEGIS will reimburse one representative from each member company with a current AEGIS policy written through AEGIS in New Jersey for the cost of three nights lodging at the Sheraton Centre Toronto. If you have any questions about your eligibility, please contact Carrie White by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2840. Brokers must be connected with a current AEGIS member policy written through AEGIS in New Jersey in order to attend.

All U.S. citizens, including children, must now have either a valid passport -- or official proof that a passport application is being processed plus government-issued photo identification -- for air travel between the U.S. and Canada as part of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. Travel between the U.S. and Canada by car and rail does not require a passport but identification and government-issued photo identification requirements apply. The air travel passport requirements were relaxed on June 8, 2007 so we encourage you to review them on the U.S. Department of State website at Information about beginning a passport application is also available at this website.

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Carrie White by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2840. We look forward to seeing you in Toronto!